How do you carry your Sig?

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    Comptac CTAC until recently, now a Milt Sparks VMII for IWB


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    I carry my 229 in the MTAC, works very well make sure you get a good belt also

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    Carry my P226 Blackwater in a Super Tuck Deluxe by CROSSBREED. Awesomely comfortable once on and properly adjusted. However, I kid you not, it is a real mission to put on and adjust to comfort. Once there you can wear it for days and not notice it....until you remove it totally then try to put it back on again! That's okay, for my money it's the most comfortable warm weather carry there is.....

    Typically I carry my Sig P245 45acp in either a Blade Tech IWB or a Don Hume OWB open top. But that requires a cover garment.
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    Depending on the weather, I carry either IWB (Blade-tech) or OWB (Blackhawk SERPA)...and my Kahr on my ankle.
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    OK, trying this again. So many people included pictures that I felt left out! It is a UBG Canute, a Wild Bill's Concealment pouch, Surefire E2w, and a CRKT Urban Shark.

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    Nice rig there Echo Four! How is the Canute as far as comfort and concealability? I have a UBG Bonneville for my 229 on order and I am seriously considering the Canute; it was actually my first choice but I tried a Comp-Tac MTAC just to see how the 229 would feel in an IWB setup but I couldn't get that rig to work no matter how I adjusted it. Your opinion would be greatly appreciated!

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    I carry my P226 in a Blade-Tech paddle holster.
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    I love the Canute- it is my favorite holster from Nate. (I have a Bonneville for my 228 and love it- but not as much as I do this rig.) But, I am a fan of IWB. I have started wearing a CTAC with the 228 quite often and find it to be almost as comfortable as leather. So, if you don't like IWB nothing he does can make too much of a difference. However, for me it is the perfect holster. I think this is the 4th one I've had. (and it amazes me that each one shows that he is still getting better at his craft.)

    My 228 is getting some finish work done and some new Big Dot sights put on. I should have it back this weekend- so I'll post pictures of it with the Bonneville
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    On the blade-tech IWB holster is there a good level of retention?

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    +1!

    Quote Originally Posted by VegasSIG View Post
    On the blade-tech IWB holster is there a good level of retention?
    I have Blade Tech IWB's for my Glock M27 andmy Sig P245 and haven never EVER worried about retention! Smooth fast draw and so comfy I can be wearing it and fall asleep in my "DAD'S CHAIR" (Lazy Boy) while watching tv!
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    Kramer belt scabbard

    The only Sig I have carried is my P229 in .40 caliber. I use a Kramer horsehide belt scabbard, which is a very stiff OWB holster worn about 4:00.


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