Tueller Holsters - Review and pics

Tueller Holsters - Review and pics

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    Tueller Holsters - Review and pics

    I wanted to pass on some pics and info on one of the"little guys" who I think does very nice work. Tueller Holsters - HOME
    CZ75 Compact in all black, Glock 26 in cordovan with black shark, and a stainless and blued PPK/S in black with black shark. These are all the IWB #1 models. I think the workmanship, price and service is exceptional.


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    NICE !!!

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    Never heard of them. Very nice!!

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    Very nice looking work will have to check them out, thanks for the heads up.

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    nice they look a lot like my winthrop iwb holster.. i love it

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    more to come..

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    Tueller has decent prices and a fast turn around time; like 2-3 weeks! I have now purchased three rigs from them and I think they are as good as ANY out there. They are a little heavier leather than the Winthrops; and quite stiff. Check 'em out.

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    Just got my Tueller IBW with reinforced mouth for a full sized 1911. A little under four weeks.

    This is one nice holster; the stitching is perfect.

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    Nice looking skins for two great guns!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPO 15 View Post
    Just got my Tueller IBW with reinforced mouth for a full sized 1911. A little under four weeks.

    This is one nice holster; the stitching is perfect.
    Let's have some pics!

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    I like the idea of being able to reholster via the reinforced top, but would this mean the holster had less retention? I want a nice leather holster for my sr9c. I added a clip to my remora so it doesn't fall down the leg of my pants anymore but for me thats still a grab and go rig.

    Also, is it necessary to match the belt clip precisely to the loops? I have more than one belt, was wondering if I sized for the larger belt ( about 1/4" taller) whether that would cause problems.

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    Sorry, no pics; haven't mastered the iPad yet.

    The holster (w/reinforced mouth) passes my retention test: insert gun, turn holster upside-down and shake.

    Regarding the loop size: all my other IWBs are hybrids with clips, so I'm no expert; but it would seem that stability would be, at least a little, compromised. A 1" belt on 1.75" loops would seem to be worse than on 1.5" loops but maybe belt tightness would enhance stability. I think the slack may only be evident on the draw. Email Tueller for a more definite answer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by druryj View Post
    I wanted to pass on some pics and info on one of the"little guys" who I think does very nice work. Tueller Holsters - HOME
    CZ75 Compact in all black, Glock 26 in cordovan with black shark, and a stainless and blued PPK/S in black with black shark. These are all the IWB #1 models. I think the workmanship, price and service is exceptional.

    Any chance you could post a pic of the Glock 26 being worn? I'm curious of the ride height. I currently have a Milt Sparks Versa Max II. While it is an extremely nice holster, it rides a little too high for my liking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JoeyG View Post
    Any chance you could post a pic of the Glock 26 being worn? I'm curious of the ride height. I currently have a Milt Sparks Versa Max II. While it is an extremely nice holster, it rides a little too high for my liking.
    I would have to get my lazy behind up and take a pic, and I'll try to do that tomorrow, but this is one of the reasons I am such a big fan of Tueller Holsters: They ride nice and low on the beltline, more so than the VM II for sure. Yet, I can still access the weapon's grip completely.

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