Looking for a holster for a Glock 19

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    Looking for a holster for a Glock 19

    What OWB holster to you like for the Glock 19 ? Let me see them to , ( please ) if you can .

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    Here is one

    A K&D Laredo Defender...I think it is the best OWB rig I have ever owned....not the best pic though
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    Kramer horsehide belt scabbard

    I like the Kramer horsehide belt scabbard for an OWB holster. It is a very stiff, strong holster and the gun simply stays put, close to the body.

    In the past I have carried a Glock 23, almost identical to your Glock 19, in a Kramer belt scabbard:

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    More often than not, my G19 is in a UBG Bonneville. I've been using it for almost a year. It rides high and tight and just conceals very well for an OWB.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simon View Post
    A K&D Laredo Defender...I think it is the best OWB rig I have ever owned....not the best pic though
    I second the Laredo Defender. Mine is for a Glock 36 [roughly the same size as a Glock 19]. The holster holds the gun tight to the body and is easy on and off with the snaps.

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    My favorite is my Blackhawk CQB SERPA holster. I carry my Glock 23 (same gun as the 19 but in .40 cal) in mine almost exclusively.

    I can highly recommend it!

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    My husband is sold on Comp-Tac Holsters. He also has one for a G-19, G-30 and fullsized 1911. - Comp-tac.com

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    On the K&D Defender , does the holster ride on the outside of your belt , or does the holster go between you and the belt ?

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    Galco Concealable!



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    I have carried a G23 for 11 years and by far the best holster I have found is the Bianchi Carry Loc. I suggest you take a look at it before deciding.
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    redrick....on the Laredo Defender the holster rides on the outside of the belt

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    Thanks for your help . For me picking a holster is harder than a gun . I have a Galco concealable for my 1911 , I like it ok . The ones on the top of my list right now are K&D Laredo and Eagle , UBG Bonneville , Nossar Sports Holster , and Tucker . I would like one that I can reholster with one hand .

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    I use a Kramer belt scabbard which is the same for the G19 as the one that Pogo posted for his G23. You may also wish to check the ones that Dillon sells as well. They are made by Mitch Rosen and are the ones that he calls the express line. Well made items at a very reasonable price.
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