Best IWB Holster for CCW Range Practice

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    Where are you at in CO Sticks. I just head to Pawnee when I practice drawing and firing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dropped_71chevy View Post
    Where are you at in CO Sticks. I just head to Pawnee when I practice drawing and firing.
    I do most of my practice draw and fire in the garage with my CO2 airsoft.

    For outdoor live fire, I have a buddy that has some property on the north side of Castle Rock that we go shooting in the creek bed. I don't like the indoor ranges here in Denver, and the one outdoor range was a PITA, but it has been 10 years since I've been there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dropped_71chevy View Post
    I'm new to this game but I would think the best holster to practice from would be the one you're using to carry on a daily basis.

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    The one you use every day.

    It makes very little sense to practice with the gear you know you won't be using if you are faced with the gravest extreme.

    That said, the CTAC mentioned above is practical for daily carry.

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    Just my $.02, practice what you carry, for that is the essence of training, of course. And I like to carry what works in practice, meaning that the holster should be able to be concealed and functional. Turn it around, if you are practicing a particular carry or holster, or gun, your practice should reveal its strengths and weaknesses such that you are confident carrying it.

    OR, if you like to use multiple guns at the range as I do, I have a non carry rig for my non carry gun, that rides well away from the body, is too big and all that. It is what I consider a target shooting gun, and so I keep it at the middle of practice session- start some drills with the carry piece, take some target practice with the other guns, finish with some drills using the carry gun.

    I use a Raven Concealment, it is fast, easy to reholster, accessible. Just remember, no one ever won a gun fight with a fast reholster, that is the most common cause of ND I think.

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    I am a leather kind of guy so I agree with some that VMII or something like it. Odds are you will have to wait a while to get some custom leather or pay big buck to get it now from someone who waited a while. If you got the time as stated above. If you do not have the time, Comp-Tac is a great choice. Order today and you will be using it 4 or 5 days later.

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