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Appendix carry holsters

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    Appendix carry holsters

    After mexican carrying around the house for a wile, I think that I'm going to try appendix carry as it seems to be most comfortable for my body type.
    I need some opinions from those who carry AIWB. I have been looking at holsters for my Steyr S40 for a few weeks. Here's a few that looked promising...

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod...dden_ally.html - I like the Hidden Ally, but it lacks a sweat shield (I work outside so sweat might be an issue).

    Welcome to JMG Holsters! - I can get the JMG 7 Series with a belt loop like the 3.1 Series, and it has a sweat shield.

    http://www.shop.customcarryconcepts....=3&productId=1 - I don't know if the kydex Quick Cover will be uncomfortable in the sitting position.

    Any opinions on the subject would be appreciated, Thanks.
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    I recently picked up a CompTac 2 O'Clock for AIWB. I'm going to have to loose some weight in order to wear it comfortably. I used to carry AIWB and it is a faster draw, without a doubt.

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    I like the 2 O'clock, but it is $65. The Quick Cover holster that I listed is similar and only $39. Unfortunately I don't have very much money to spend on a holster right now, so I need something fairly low cost.
    "I do not love the bright sword for it's sharpness, nor the arrow for it's swiftness, nor the warrior for his glory. I love only that which they defend" J.R.R. Tolkien

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron4_6 View Post
    I like the 2 O'clock, but it is $65. The Quick Cover holster that I listed is similar and only $39. Unfortunately I don't have very much money to spend on a holster right now, so I need something fairly low cost.
    Since your funds are limited... get the less expensive one.

    I was going to suggest the alter ego (its really a great holster) from highnoon but at $95~... out of budget.
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    I have a High Noon Mr Softy (non tuckable version of Hidden Ally) & it works well. It's very thin & the clip is very strong. I use a Wilderness Instructors gun belt as it was wearing the finish off my leather gun belt. That's my only complaint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron4_6 View Post
    I like the 2 O'clock, but it is $65. The Quick Cover holster that I listed is similar and only $39. Unfortunately I don't have very much money to spend on a holster right now, so I need something fairly low cost.
    If the difference between what you want and what you'll settle for is only $25, skip a few movies, Starbucks, or Big Macs and buy what you want! I recently told a guy that was admiring my Wilson Combat that if he saved $5 a day (not hard to do), he could buy his own in one year!

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    Pricing is $55 on Comp-Tac 2 o'clock holster

    The Comp-Tac 2 o'clock holster costs $55:

    Comp-Tac 2 o'clock web page

    I have one for a Kahr MK7 and like it very much. It has a short sweat shield to keep it away from the body. The concealment is excellent and the draw is fast. Also, the company Comp-Tac has better customer service than any other holster company with which I have dealt.

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