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TT holsters.

This is a discussion on TT holsters. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Anyone have experience with thier IWB? They look really nice. I especially am concerned with re-holstering. I like an opening that won't collapse....

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    TT holsters.

    Anyone have experience with thier IWB? They look really nice. I especially am concerned with re-holstering. I like an opening that won't collapse.


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    I ordered one a month ago. Since then, I have noticed they have added new models and are using a single source of leather, exclusively.

    I ordered the IWB and there was only one option. Now, I see they have two options. One with a reinforced mouth and another which is the slim-line model w/o the reinforced mouth.

    I assume the one I ordered has a reinforced mouth, but if re-holstering is your concern, I would choose the one with the mouth support.

    I am looking forward to actually trying it out.

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    I've got two of 'em. 41/4" and 5". I like 'em.

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    Thanks, I'm looking for something for a 5" Kimber. That I don't have to wait 6 months for.

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    I love mine. Even being a little rounder than I should be, I have no problem holstering/re-holstering my 4.25" 1911. IMHO, it's the best IWB holster out there for the money...even for a lot more money.
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    I'm thoroughly pleased with mine. It took about 7 weeks to get mine in from TT Gunleather, quality is superb.

    In the near future, I'll be ordering one for the P229 and P220.

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    I LOVE mine. 4" Kimber 1911 in black.
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    I have 2 of them and they are top notch and an excellent value. No problems reholstering and they stay in place and are comfortable.

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    I also have a TT Gunleather IWB and it's a fine holster with no re-holstering issues. It is very much like the VM-II but not as high quality leather. It also has swiveling belt loops that I personally find less desirable than the fixed ones that the VM-II has. But all in all, it's a very good IWB that should serve you well for many years.
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    Thumbs up

    Love hopping on this one. Have a TT IWB for my SA Champion. Outstanding holster![/B] Have nothing but positive experience with mine. Like all good leather holsters you have to break it in. His opening is reinforced so you don't have to worry about reholstering. Turnaround time is excellent, Tim gives a 10% military LEO discount and is very customer oriented.

    Waiting anxiously for one of his OWB's for my 3" S&W model 29. You can't go wrong with this guy.

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    I have one for my M&P compact & i love it I actually posted pics of it when i got it on here:
    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...t-holster.html
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    I've got an OWB on order from Tim for my CDP. Tim is working with me to match one of the Beltman's horsehide belts. Can't wait for everything to get in.
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