Anyone here have experiance with this Don hume holster?

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    Anyone here have experiance with this Don hume holster?

    The title says it all heres a link to it so you guys can see what I'm asking about. http://www.donhume.com/Products/Prod...m?ProductID=44
    Please weigh in on this holsters good and bad points. it will be for an HK P7 PSP thanks.

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    Don Hume is a good quality base line holster. My 1st CC holster was a Hume PCCH for a Ruger P89. It was servicable & concealed the large semi very good.
    Lead time is usually short. I count them good holsters.
    They will not compare to a Sparks, Tucker, Rosen, ....though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by longtooth View Post
    Don Hume is a good quality base line holster. My 1st CC holster was a Hume PCCH for a Ruger P89. It was servicable & concealed the large semi very good.
    Lead time is usually short. I count them good holsters.
    They will not compare to a Sparks, Tucker, Rosen, ....though.
    My .02cents & YMMV.
    My first holster for my P89 was also a PCCH and was dandy I still have it. I however switched to a MTAC so it can do double duty with the XD. I do still use a Don Hume for my 649 on the weekside carry in the car on trips.

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    I have used this holster (H721 OT) for my G-19 several times per week for almost a year (other days I use a paddle type).

    Comfortable, close fit with the G-19 and for me it conceals well when worn with an untucked shirt or under a suit coat. I have used other, more expensive holsters for wear of a Sig and now the G-19 - but this Don Hume is as good as any for everyday and it is readily available.

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    I also own one of these holsters. Got it quickly and at a great price from Gunners Alley and was very happy with it. As stated above its a base line holster but nicer than most you will find at Cabelas, Bass Pro or the like. I carried my G26 in it for my every day carry for 9 months while waiting on a Bommeland holster. It carried fine and concealed as well or better than many OWB holsters. It always held my firearm tight and I liked it better for every day carry than any of the Kydex rigs I own. My only negitive comment would be that it is slotted for up to a 1 3/4" belt. While it worked fine with my 1 1/2" belt it would work even better with a wider belt.
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    I currently carry the PCCH, IWB. I do not have experince with the holster in question. I know the Double Nine is issue for several federal agencies. Hume makes very nice duty gear for LE. I would rank them #2 behind Galco for quality non custom holsters. You will not be disappointed IMO.
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    Is that model available for the P7?

    I have three Hume holsters...my favorite is an H724 for my Walter P99. Excellently made holster; great retention, very concealable...a high-quality holster.
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    I have this holster for my XD-9 service model. I does hold the pistol close under a jacket or sports coat. Seems to be well made. If you pull your belt tight it causes the holster to really grip the gun. I was never worried about loosing the gun in this holster. I have changed to Kydex OWB or IWB from Comp-Tac.

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    I used the H721OT with my Sig P226, concealed very well under a normal sized t-shirt just behind the hip.
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    I like my Don Hume OT. I have directions here to transform it into an IWB tuckable holster.
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    I used a JIT Hume as a holdover until the Sparks 55BN arrived. Not bad for $25
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    I too use the JIT for my full size M&P 9mm.
    Guess I'm too cheap to buy one of them fancy holsters.

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    The 721OT is the OWB holster I use with my USP. I got it at a local shop for about $50.

    I like it a lot. It’s well made and works well.

    No complaints.


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    I agree with longtooth. I have three Hume holsters. Not bad, and most folks will find them satisfactory.
    They do not compare with the top makers products. They don't cost as much or have the long waiting times either.

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    Great holster. I have one for my Sig P245. Got it from Gunner's Alley IIRC for about $45
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