Try Erik. I have good luck with him.
Side Guard Leather Holsters - SGH
This is a discussion on OWB for G30 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; OK, read most of the threads looking for solutions to carry a Glock 30 (got one on the way). Right now I'm leaning to Fist ...
OK, read most of the threads looking for solutions to carry a Glock 30 (got one on the way). Right now I'm leaning to Fist #7. Any comments on this holster?
I've got a Sig 220 that I 'sometimes' carry in a Desantis IWB holster. More times than not I leave home without it as it seems to be a hassle to take the time to set it up to wear. Because of that I purchased a S&W 638 which I carry 99% of the time.
Figured a G30 would be easier to carry and I prefer OWB. (The 638 rides in my pocket).
Any pro/con comments?
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I have over 2 dozen Fist holsters, and I really like them...reasonable $$ for fairly quick work...good quality...after several years, all are still good.
Most of my Fist holsters are IWB...I have only one OWB a #12, which is similar to the #7. I have it for my Glock-36...a perfect fit.
I think you'd like the Fist #12...what the heck, you gotta' start a holster box sooner or later...(kidding, of course...you'll like it!)
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Well, I kinda had a holster box started. I still have a paddle (leather) for the Sig, and just sold my XD compact .40 along with two holsters, again, one a IWB and the other a paddle. Also have speed holster and many speed loaders for a mdl. 19 that I had used in USPSA just for fun.
I just think I'd be better off with a OWB for this G30.
Lou Alessi or Josh Bulman leather hoster. The best in the business. Wait time is 5-6 months and worth it.
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Although I mostly carry my G19 in a Bianchi Model 100 IWB, when I open carry I use a Bianchi Shadow 7 w/ thumb break. Best $60 I ever spent. Real nice holster, if you ask me.
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It is hard to get good carry holsters as most of the best master leather workers are back ordered. I can recommend some and you can try them. Lou Alessi, Matt Del Fatti, Milt Sparks, and Kramer all put out great products. For a fast turn around time and quality product none is better than Ken L. Null (see photo) or Mitch Rosen if you have the time (see other holster) Regards, Richard
Ken L. Null products:
Matt Del Fatti:
Mitch Rosen that I own:
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I have a Fist and like it. Kramerleather.com should always be on the list to take a look at. I have 2 and both came in under a month.
I ordered the Fist #7 today with partial reinforcement both sides.
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