I currently have orders in for few holsters from some well-know custom leather makers. As we all know, they all have considerable wait times. I've had my G30 for about a year now and recently picked up a H&K P2000. I figured I would just wait until my holsters arrived. I'm admittingly very particular when it comes to holsters, meaning I refuse to use cheap leather and don't care much for kydex. I currently use Max-Con's, VM's, and Alessi stuff. You get the idea!
I was inadvertently mailed a Tucker "Answer" after I purchased another holster from someone who was selling a few. I tried it on for a few minutes and thought this is pretty comfortable. (I did mail the holster back) This past weekend I saw a review done on the new Comp-tac MTAC which appeared very similar to the Answer. Reviews seemed very favorable and holsters were delivered quickly. I went ahead and order an MTAC ($70) for the P2000 and a spare body (extra $30) for the G30 late Saturday night. I received the holster today (Thurs.).
Holster can be adjusted to various ride height and cant by a quick turn of the allen wrench provided. Changing the kydex body to accomodate the different gun took about 5 minutes and was easy to do. Just needed to loosen 4 screws and switch out the body. This is such a neat concept...can use the same holster for many guns. You guys can read all about the specifics here...
I've been wearing the MTAC and G30 for the last 5 hours now (driving, sitting, walking, etc.), I can't believe how comfortable this holster is. The holster is very stable and does exactly what a good one is supposed to do (i.e. tucks in the grip). So far, the MTAC has far exceeded my expectations as a "hold-me-over" holster. Worth checking out for all you guys waiting on your leather. Pics below are the MTAC with my thick G30.