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Good Tuckable Holster

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    Good Tuckable Holster

    Hey guys,

    Long time no talk.

    I recently got a job doing bank security. I haven't started yet but I'm almost 100% positive it's an unarmed position (they didn't require an Act 235). Anywho, do any of you know a good tuckable holster for a Glock 19? I'm thinking about the Comp-Tac "Shirt Tucker" but I'm open to more suggestions.

    Thanks guys

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    I use the HighNoon Split Decision to carry a XD 45 service or a Springfield Ultra Compact 45. Every once in a while, I use the XD HighNoon to carry my S&W 642.

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod..._decision.html

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    I also use a holster from High Noon. I ordered the Closing Argument fo my XD .45 in June. I received it last week. I'm very pleased with it. Between the holster and a new belt from thebeltman.net, I find that my XD is actally pretty pleasant to carry. And I like being able to tuck my shirt.

    Here's a link: http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod..._argument.html

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    Answer

    If you're thinking of the Comp-tac, you should look into the Tucker Answer. I've had mine for my 1911 for about three weeks now, and have worn it daily, with a tucked denim shirt for cover. It works like the comptac, but with soft leather against the body, rather than plastic. This has turned into my favorite holster, and second in comfort only to my VM-II. The Sparks holster just doesn't conceal as well when tucked.
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    Cross Breed!!!

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    +1 on the Crossbreed Supertuck Adjustable!

    I love mine. It's extremely comfortable!
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    galco makes a good one, i love the one i got for the g27

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    Check into the BladeTech 'UCH' (Ultimate Concealment Holster)

    http://www.blade-tech.com/Blade-Tech...er-pr-821.html

    I use it for times when I have to wear a shirt tucked in or want to roll with no cover.
    Here is a review of it with detailed pics toward it's use; http://www.sportshooter.com/gear/rev_bladetech_g26.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry1810 View Post
    I use the HighNoon Split Decision to carry a XD 45 service or a Springfield Ultra Compact 45. Every once in a while, I use the XD HighNoon to carry my S&W 642.

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod..._decision.html
    I use a split decision for my P11 and works great. So +1.
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    I'm thinking about getting the High-Noon Spilt Decision. Do you think I will be able to conceal a Glock 17 with this holster? If I can conceal it with a 17, then that saves me the "trouble" of buying a 19 lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin View Post
    I'm thinking about getting the High-Noon Spilt Decision. Do you think I will be able to conceal a Glock 17 with this holster? If I can conceal it with a 17, then that saves me the "trouble" of buying a 19 lol
    The grip sticking out is the hardest part of any tuckable. So the answer is maybe. But the good news the holster should fit both guns.
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