New Glock30 Need IWB Holster Ideas

New Glock30 Need IWB Holster Ideas

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    New Glock30 Need IWB Holster Ideas

    Hello all, I just purchased a Glock30 today and I need some IWB holster suggestions. I love Comp-tac holsters, should I go with the M-tac, C-tac, or Infidel? I am 5'8" about 170lbs and usually carry a 1911 or MP9c at the 3:30 to 4:00 positions. Thanks for any ideas!


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    For a great holster with quick delivery, definitely go with the Comp-Tac MTAC. See my review here, that was with a Glock 30.

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...ad.php?t=30959

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    As always I have to recommend the Milt Sparks VersaMax-II!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    I'll second the Comp-TAC MTAC. VERY comfortable.

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    LOVE my Sidearmor IWB: http://www.sidearmor.com/

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    If you like comptac holsters, you might want to look into a K&D Dakota Defender. It's all leather, but still attaches with the Comp-Tac clips.

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    MTAC!

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    I have a CTAC for my Glock 19. The MTAC might be a good one though, I've never tried it.

    These days I mostly carry a Revolver Off-Duty, by choice. I'm partial to the Ted Blocker LFI Rig, Milt Sparks Summer Special II and anything by Matt Del Fatti.

    I prefer leather for anything I have to carry since it's easier next to my skin.

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    Thanks for all the ideas, I just ordered the M-tac...

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