I'd give Nate at UBG a call.
This is a discussion on Anyone make a straight-drop "VMII-style" holster? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hi all, I really like my VMII for my Glock 19, but I've found a straight-drop holster worn at 3:00 is much easier to draw ...
I really like my VMII for my Glock 19, but I've found a straight-drop holster worn at 3:00 is much easier to draw from than a holster with an FBI cant (don't need to bend wrist as much).
Does anyone make a straight-drop "VMII-style" holster?
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It's probably going to be kinda tough to find something like that. The design of the dual offset loop works best at a good forward rake. It is "possible" to build such a holster, but then you start messing with concealment issues, etc. Someone buys a holster with a custom cant, then is upset that they can't hide it under a parka. Seen it a few times.
It's best to leave the holsters as designed, which is why I stopped offering cant options.
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I think that Mark Garrity can do something like that. Shoot him an e-mail.
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