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This is a discussion on 1911 IWB Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I like my Tim Thurner (TT Gunleather) IWB. TT GunLeather High Quality Leather Gun Holsters A fraction of the cost and wait time compared to ...

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    I like my Tim Thurner (TT Gunleather) IWB.

    TT GunLeather High Quality Leather Gun Holsters

    A fraction of the cost and wait time compared to the VM2. I think that the VM2 is a kick butt rig, but I'm very, very pleased with this one.
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    My McDanielII does not shift either.
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    It's hard to beat the superb work at reasonable prices from Sam Andrews Andrews Custom Leather .
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    Texas Heritage by Tucker Gunleather.....carry a Commander EDC very comfortable.

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    My galco summer comfort does quite well and isn't all that expensive.

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    Some don't like clips, but my Fist #1A (w/cant & clip) is very comfortable and I can remove it faster than a ring or watch...
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    I'm with Mainspring. Wish I could attach a pic of my TT Gunleather holster and SA Champion. Have owned both a MS VM and a HBE COM III for my full size Springer. Both are great holsters but Tim will have you one of his superb holsters built to your liking in no time at all
    (4-6 weeks I believe) at almost half the cost of the other makers. Have been wearing it constantly for the last month and have nothing but a 5 star rating for the rig. Here's a kicker. The original holster was lost in the mail system prior to the Christmas rush. Tim built me another rig and threw in a IWB mag holder free of charge. I received the original holster weeks after the second one. He said it was mine to keep and don't send it back. Don't hear of that service these days.
    Anyone looking for a black NIB IWB TT Gunleather holster for a Commander size .45?
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