anyone use the Dakota/Cochise Defender?

This is a discussion on anyone use the Dakota/Cochise Defender? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by K-Man The Dakota Defender is thinner overall in comparison to the Cochise Defender. The thinner profile aids in its ability to mold ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by K-Man View Post
    The Dakota Defender is thinner overall in comparison to the Cochise Defender. The thinner profile aids in its ability to mold sooner to the shape/area you carry it. The Cochise Defender is a bit more versatile than the Dakota Defender.
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    After selling my Versa-Max I have been looking for a replacement IWB for my G27. I really like the Dakota Defender. Why do you say that the Cochise is more versatile?

    Can I throw out a couple more Q's?

    On a Dakota Defender...

    Can I get 1 3/4" standard clips?

    Can I adjust it to a zero cant?

    Can you make it in a slide style? I usually carry a G27, but sometimes I have to conceal my G23 duty gun also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    K-Man

    After selling my Versa-Max I have been looking for a replacement IWB for my G27. I really like the Dakota Defender. Why do you say that the Cochise is more versatile?

    Can I throw out a couple more Q's?

    On a Dakota Defender...

    Can I get 1 3/4" standard clips?

    Can I adjust it to a zero cant?

    Can you make it in a slide style? I usually carry a G27, but sometimes I have to conceal my G23 duty gun also.
    semperfi.45:

    Questions are always welcome. The Cochise Defender is a bit more versatile because you can move the clips to the other side and utilize it as an OWB holster. The Dakota Defender is strictly IWB. We do have the 1.75" standard clips available as well. Yes, you can adjust it to a zero cant.

    Have sent you a pm with respect to your question about making it in a slide style.

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    K-Man...............PM sent.

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