Looking for a good IWB for my Bersa Combat.

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    Looking for a good IWB for my Bersa Combat.

    It's the same size as the Sig 232. My old IWB is wilting. I'm not too concerned with price but I AM concerned with a ridiculous wait time. Thoughts?
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    Greetings,
    Have you tried American Holster Company?

    I have one of these "Invisi-Tuk" IWB holsters.
    I also have one of Jay's "High Ride" OWB holsters.

    The quality and fit are as good as it gets, anywhere.
    There IS an issue of "wait time". It's been about a year since I've spoken to Jay, but I'll always give him and his company rave reviews in materials, workmanship, attention to detail, and great customer service.
    The wait time is an issue. But if you can get past that part, you'll never be unhappy with this product! I wear one or the other of mine nearly every day.
    I have other means of carry, but these are the most functional, and comfortable.

    Did I say I liked American Holster Company?
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    Single clip.... foxx holsters "little fox" ... I have two and they are great for easy on easy off, and running errands.
    Hybrid... Shtf Gear. I have have 4 holsters from clay and his gang and they are, dollar for dollar, the best value in hybrid holsters out there. Attention to detail is amazing, quality is superb, and they stand by their product. Both have very fast wait times of two weeks or less, foxx delivers usally in a week, Shtf Gear the same, maybe a few days longer. either way o dont think you would be unhappy....
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    Best IWB Holster I have, and I have six different makes, is made by Tommy Theis. I have had one of his for about six weeks, and it is without a doubt the best one I have, the most comfortable, and the one I wear almost EVERY SINGLE DAY! I won't buy any other brand after getting his. And is turnaround time was very fast for me. . .less than a week!
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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    It's the same size as the Sig 232. My old IWB is wilting. I'm not too concerned with price but I AM concerned with a ridiculous wait time. Thoughts?
    Try Soteria Leather or Simply Rugged

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    Quote Originally Posted by aznav View Post
    It's the same size as the Sig 232. My old IWB is wilting. I'm not too concerned with price but I AM concerned with a ridiculous wait time. Thoughts?
    Our current turn around time is 3-5 business days!

    -Clay

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    Man, there are some incredible holsters there. Decisions, decisions...
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    I liked this for my Taurus PT145. I suggest you call them - tell them what you have and see what they can do:
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    Well, checked them all out. Several did not have a holster for my model. Decided to go with a DC sponsor, SHTF Gear (and the easy link...). Will bring in a report from the range when I get it. Thanks for all the input!
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    Home of the Original Remora No Clip IWB Concealment Holster

    I have several I use as soon as it gets warm enough ditch my coat. I carry a Glock 19 under an untucked t shirt or any shirt worn outside my pants. I also have a Tuckable Holster Modification I use if I have to get dressed up and tuck in my shirt. Quick service money back guarantee, you can't loose, they run deals all the time, I think it is 35% off now. Give them a look.
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    TT Gunleather......worth the wait!! If you can't wait, I'm very pleased with my Cooks Kydex IWB which was delivered in very short order!

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    Tommy Theis and SHTFGear both make some really good stuff! They're also both great to deal with, and both have rigs for a wide variety of guns. Ultimately I retired my Theis (sold it and the gun to my sister) in favor of a Garrett. The leather-sheet-hybrid-style jabbed my love handles a bit. I've lost quite a bit of weight since I had it, though, so it would probably be more comfortable now. It was very well made, though, and very adjustable.
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