New Bulman IWB (finally)

This is a discussion on New Bulman IWB (finally) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just thought I would share a few pics. This is a Josh Bulman PDC with Alessi Talon Clips. Paired with my Para Ordnance LTC [IMG]<a ...

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    New Bulman IWB (finally)

    Just thought I would share a few pics. This is a Josh Bulman PDC with Alessi Talon Clips. Paired with my Para Ordnance LTC
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    Very nice rig!! Out of curiousity why did you go with clips vs belt loops?

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    How long was the wait? I know Bulman has a long wait period posted on the site, but just wondering what the real time wait is.

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    Good looking rig! You'll have to let us know how you like it after wearing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    How long was the wait? I know Bulman has a long wait period posted on the site, but just wondering what the real time wait is.
    8 months....

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    Good looking rig! You'll have to let us know how you like it after wearing it.
    I wore it yesterday and today....very nice.Like it's not even there.Interesting thing is that the Alessi clips do not hook to your belt. They are designed to clip over your trousers. Your belt does not support the holster.Somehow it works......

    Quote Originally Posted by torrejon224 View Post
    Very nice rig!! Out of curiousity why did you go with clips vs belt loops?
    I have a Sparks and a Kramer with loops. I just wanted to try one without......

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdr7871 View Post
    I wore it yesterday and today....very nice.Like it's not even there.Interesting thing is that the Alessi clips do not hook to your belt. They are designed to clip over your trousers. Your belt does not support the holster.Somehow it works......
    If you're interested, there's a cheap and easy fix for that. Get some heavy duty Velcro backed with industrial strength glue and affix a length of the rough half to the front face of each clip and however much of the softer, fuzzy half you want to the inside of your belt. The Crossbreed and the Comp-Tacs have this system, and it not only carries all the weight on the belt, but it is a much more stealthy way of carrying to boot. I use a Crossbreed with their Velcro Clips and, for the time being, with the length of glue-backed Velcro that they included stuck to a normal, every-day belt, and it works great. In a few days I will get a belt that I ordered from The Belt Man that has Velcro sewn into the entire length of the belt, allowing unlimited positioning.

    That is a fine looking holster, but the weight should be carried by the belt, not the waist-band of your pants.

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    Look's like an excellent holster!


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    Josh Bulman makes amazing leather. Congrats on surviving the wait. I would place a big order if I could only survive the wait. I guess you need to plan for a 1 year wait at this moment. I have a Bulman IWB for my G23 and it's a work of art. Almost as good as Matt Del Fatti but not that good :)

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    I had two Bulmans for my G27 in the past (THR and a CAC) and they were outstanding, but a Delfatti does have a certain mystique about it...
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