Man what a thread!
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Man what a thread!
" The illegal we do immediately. The unconstitutional takes a little longer." Henry Kissenger
Glock 23 in an MTAC has been added to the carry options.
These work well together. A Kahr K9 and a Comp-Tac CTAC:
Astute observation. The CTAC is adjusted for AIWB carry. It carries well in the CTAC in that position. I have not used the tuckale feature with the K9 though. I doubit it would work very well. I also have a Kahr PM9 that I carry AIWB in either Dales Fricke's Ehud AIWB holster or the Silent Thunder holster by Garrett Industries. These are my two favorite AIWB holsters though I have tried several others. Here are some pics.
PM9 in Ehud:
PM9 in Silent Thunder:
^ Willieboy, do you notice one or the other carrying "slimmer" than the other? Thanks.
I also like the Jhook on the Silent Thunder. The Jhook on the Silent Thunder is the only one, of all the holsters in my holster drawer that will engage my Tucker Gunleather belt. All the others, including the Ehud will only fit a thinner dress belt. I could probably take a heat gun to it to increase the depth of the hook but, knowing me, I'd end up with an unrecognizable black blob.
Before I found the Silent Thunder, The Ehud was my favorite AIWB for the PM9. It is simple, holds the gun securely and allows for a fast draw.
I liked the Silent Thunder for the PM9 so much I ordered one for the G26. It arrived today after being lost in the deep, black abyss of the USPS for a few days. Both carry well in the AIWB position. Naturally the increased thickness of the G26 is noticeable, but the holster does a good job of keeping it hidden away. The Silent Thunder holsters are really nicely made guys. If you haven't tried one, you owe it to yourself.
Here are some pics.
Thanks for looking guys.
Seecamp LWS32 and Bear Creek IWB Holster:
In Waist Band (IWB)Holsters|Seecamp|Ruger LCP|Kel-Tec|Bear Creek Holster, Texas
Thanks for your help, Willieboy, much appreciated.
I have used a Silent Thunder for Government and Commander sized 1911s. Very nice on the gun and it is silent when you draw. Mine was a first generation holster when it only had a single attachment point. The newest version seems to have a better attachment.
Local forum asked for photos, now that they're on the internet I guess I'll contribute....
Glock 27 in a DeSantis Companion at 3:30, DeSantis Intruder at 4:00 lets me tuck for polo and shorts, or if I'm in a longer T-shirt then I'll OWB a Blackhawk CQC Sepra lvl II in "sloppy concealed carry" where if I reach up or bend over I know it'll be OC, so it's reserved for places/days I'm equally as comfortable straight up OCing, but cover up for courtesy of the sheep.
Serpa OC setup, with the sloppy tuck for short term. But it hides well in the winter.
Casual Carry in the DeSantis Companion
For those that didn't spot it
And just the holster
The companion does have an OWB option but I need a thicker belt before I make that change.
And the tuckable DeSantis Intruder
In casual mode...
and for just how it sits, sorry about the goofy arm angle it tends to rest about the top of the slide naturally
And just the holster
I'm starting to look into more subtle clips so I need not be black pants and belt for all tucked situations, and I probably need a better belt. I still feel like I'm perpetually printing, but these photos actually eased my mind a little bit, that is until I was reminded how much weight I need to lose!
Glock Certified Armorer
No comments on the gut, please!
Very comfortable & easily accessible.
"How much self-defense is too much?"
A prudent one foresees the evil and hides himself, but the simple pass on and are punished. - Proverbs 22:3