Wife needs a holster for her Shield...

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    Wife needs a holster for her Shield...

    Got my wife a Shield 9mm now we need to get a holster for EDC. She really likes her Remora for her BG380 so we're getting her one for the Shield but she also wants another option. Must be IWB, comfortable, easily conceal the weapon, kydex or hybrid, carry the weight of the Shield well, and preferably inexpensive $50 or under.

    A few holsters we've considered so far are...PJ Holsters, Ozarks Holster.Company and Foxx.

    Thanks for the help

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    Double post. Sorry.
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    Might try remora, or ebay

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad426 View Post
    Yes we do like the PJ holsters just wondering what cant option is the best? I also like the clip that goes over the belt but is easily taken on and off without threading the belt through but I'm worried it would come off when drawing?
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    looperlawenforcement.com

    I just bought a holster and belt from these folks for the wife it is still in shipping so I can't tell you about the quality etc. The handling of the purchase was spot on.

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    I recommend Ozarks Holster Company - quality horsehide hybrid under $50.

    You can see pictures of the OHC holster I use with my Shield here: The Official Female Carry Reference Thread
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    I highly recommend the Foxx holster. Just got one of my XD service model and I must say, they are quickly becoming my favorite brand. I ordered it on a Friday and I had it Tuesday. The leather is just the right thickness, the kydex is perfectly molded and the retention is fantastic. The best part is, it cost me a grand total of $49.
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    Please have her take a look at www.welldressedguns.com . Unfortunately they are not as inexpensive as some of the others, but I think they are superior holsters the are very comfortable, conceal well, and don't impede your draw. Also turn around times are less than a month, which is faster then many other companies are right now.
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    Check out SHTFGear holsters. Their holsters are top notch all the way around. I have three and they are all fantastic. Quality of materials is excellent, craftsmanship is superb, and turn around time is around two weeks or so..... much faster than anyone else in the market. I cant recommend them enough

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    Just remember, what may be a good holster for you may not work for her. I found this out when trying to get my wife a holster for her shield. Women are built different and come in all kinds of shapes and sizes.

    My wife is petite, but has some small hips after two children expanded them some. So carrying at the same postion as I do will not work for her. Just like us men do, it usually takes trying a few holsters till they find a good one that is comfortable to them.
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    Yes that's why she loves her Remora, fully adjustable as far as ride height, position, and cant. We were just hoping to get some suggestions for another option that would be a good set up for the Shield.

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    I use both a Remora and an Old Faithful holster for my Shield depending on the situation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsHB View Post
    I recommend Ozarks Holster Company - quality horsehide hybrid under $50.

    You can see pictures of the OHC holster I use with my Shield here: The Official Female Carry Reference Thread
    May I ask why did you decide to change the clips to the comp-tac standard clips?

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    SHTF gear ace 1 a few dollars more than what you want to spend but well worth it. They also give discounts for NRA members and some other discounts if you qualify.

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