I did it, got the M-Tac

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    I did it, got the M-Tac

    well i ordered a m-tac for my glock so it should be here in 10 days or more
    it is for a 26 and i hope it is worth the little more money than the one
    that had the exposed rivets and the cross bread ,,but i got it also
    since it is interchangeable kydex and my pops has a glock he is giving me
    so i am going to use it for that to..
    and for 30 bucks i can have a new holster for any gun i buy now
    i got the standard clips ..any feed back with people that use and have them ...
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    I borrowed one from a friend for a weekend. Once I found the "sweet spot" it worked really well. On Sat I was able to wear it for 6 hours, but kept messing with it trying different locations, etc. On Sun I left it alone & went 13 hours before it got even slightly uncomfortable. He had his in less than a week. The standard clips work MUCH better than the old, fat clips.

    EDITED TO ADD: I was carrying a Glock 26 @ 3:30. I left the clips alone. I think they were both in the middle slots.

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    I have one for Glock and one for Sig. I've worn it 5 days a week 12 hrs a day for a year... no complaints.
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    It is a good holster. I am impressed with its concealability. Fairly comfortable, too.





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    great

    wow that is reassuring ,,thanks guys i cant wait i have a K&D for
    my xd that should be here any day and now the m-tac ,so when i get my 45 1911 i will be set ,,i found a web site that sells the fats holster
    ,,whats the name like dell fatty or something like that ,,those are sweet
    looking and so soft looking to or i will go with another k&D dakato
    thanks for the pics i caint wait for both my holster
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    I love my MTAC and so does my step son. It is an excellent holste, very comfortable & COMP TAC gives EXCELLENT customer service. You made a VERY WISE choice.

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    I love my MTAC for my Sig P229. I wear it at 4:00 O'clock. It slides to find the sweet spot of 4 O'clock because of the loops on my Levis 501 jeans. The only problem with IWB holsters and a double-stack weapon is the added room. I need to loose a few pound I suppose.

    I still need to get a body for my GSR 1911 commander. They don't make it yet. They will email when they get it.

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    Smile

    i guess no one else has any input

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    I have one for a Glock 19. I just used it for a 2-day pistol class (through Tactical Response - VERY good). The MTAC worked great. (Two other people also had MTACs) It provided a sure & quick draw, but was easy to reholster with one hand. It is also pretty comfortable. Mine does 'creak' some. The absence of that was one nice thing about the CTAC I had before for my 1911.

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    i hope

    to have a holster soon i am going to Arizona to get my dobie pup
    from the breeder and want to were at least 1 k&d or m-tac
    but i would like the k&d because i have a belt coming as well

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