Fobus

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    I bought a Fobus GL2E2 for my G19 for $34. I had heard bad things about Fobus holsters, but I have to tell you that this holster is very comfy and extremely functional.
    I have been running draw from conceal drills with it and it functions great. It has a retentiom screw adjust that works well to dial in the retention one requires.
    Fobus has made some tweeks to their new GEN 2 holsters to beef them up with only a little added weight.
    And by the way anyone or BG that wants to try and "take it" with a loaded G19 in it is welcome to try but the only thing you will get is shot.
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    I dont have any issues with mine either. It's very easily broken, so I would only wear it when extremely concealed. I've since picked up the blade-tech paddles which I use instead. Still, for the price I see no issues with the Fobus for CC. I wouldnt OC with it though, since a 4 year old can break it off your belt in one swipe

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    The new gen2 are much stronger and is not going to be broken by a 4yr old


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    I have a fobus evolution and a 6 yr old fobus and I love them both. I use them for range holsters but have CC'd with them before. Aside from being possibly broken off of me, they are great and make a great HD holster. They keep my HD weapon off the nightstand for and easy grip.
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    I like mine too. I have one of the newer ones with the screw. I use it as a woods holster, or when I'm working around the yard, or the range or whatever. It's not very concealable unless it's coat season, but I knew that when I bought it. It has the most comfortable paddle of any paddle holster that I've tried.
    I've heard alot of complaints about the retention system, and I admit it's a bit awkward at first but once you get the hang of it...no sweat.

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    They r for sure not good For CCW however I have a few in my holster failure box. They stick out from the body just too much.
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