My new stand in carry rig...Don Hume

My new stand in carry rig...Don Hume

This is a discussion on My new stand in carry rig...Don Hume within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I ordered a High-noon Slide Guard...with the horsehide..lined all that stuff..but it's 25 weeks out, so I go on the prowl for something alot sooner ...

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    My new stand in carry rig...Don Hume

    I ordered a High-noon Slide Guard...with the horsehide..lined all that stuff..but it's 25 weeks out, so I go on the prowl for something alot sooner in the meantime. I found a Don Hume H721OT as a standin holster..I must say..it's a pretty damn nice holster for $40.00 plus shipping. I was able to find one at Gun Holsters and Shooting Accessories at Discounted Prices and it was here in 3 days. I tell you what, I can't wait for my High-noon to show up, but int he meantime, I have a pretty decent standin..here's some pics..Now, if I can just get my belt that I ordered also..I'll be in good shape..in the meantime, I'm going to be burning through the $20.00 jobbers like every month or so..lol.
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    That is a darn nice looking OWB holster!
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    I prefer IWB's, but that is a great looking leather holster...enjoy!

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    Don Hume does make a very nice holster.... I have two of them - one for my Glock 19/23c and one for my Glock 26.
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    Hume makes some solid holsters at bargain prices... what belt did you end up ordering?
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    The H721OT is my favorite holster for my G21, and I have one on the way for my G17 as well. I had an Agent 711 for my XD45 that I also really liked, although I could do without the thumb break.
    G17, G26

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    Looks like DH makes the body shield a little trimmer. I like that look much better then the product pic's they show for the holster. Now I'm gonna order the Hume too as a stand-in. Thanks for the pic's!

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    That's a nice looking holster, especially for the price!

    Instead of burning through cheapo belts every month (and dealing with sagging leather), why not order a Wilderness 5 stitch Instructor belt (nylon) to get you through until your belt arrives? It'll cost you two months worth of cheap belts, works great, will last you a lifetime and you'll always have that added option. You'll have it within days of ordering.
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    WOW, thats exactly what I ordered. I love it. I carry my Karh MK9/Colt Pocket Nine in it. Its simply fantastic. It hold the guns high and tight to the body, very concealable. I'm impressed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T Bone View Post
    Instead of burning through cheapo belts every month (and dealing with sagging leather), why not order a Wilderness 5 stitch Instructor belt (nylon) to get you through until your belt arrives? It'll cost you two months worth of cheap belts, works great, will last you a lifetime and you'll always have that added option. You'll have it within days of ordering.
    AND ... you can "micro-adjust" the belt tension for just the right amount of support and comfort. I wear mine a good bit but I REALLY like it during the Holidays. I always eat way too much at Thanksgiving and Christmas but I can let the belt out just a little and it's much more comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerKid View Post
    Hume makes some solid holsters at bargain prices... what belt did you end up ordering?

    I ordered a belt from Rafter S Gun-Leather. However, I'm leaning on purchasing one with the reinforced like a High-Noon belt. Rafter's was the shortest wait time for my needs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaymzo View Post
    I ordered a belt from Rafter S Gun-Leather. However, I'm leaning on purchasing one with the reinforced like a High-Noon belt. Rafter's was the shortest wait time for my needs.

    I have a brown cowhide and a burgandy shark belt from Rafters "S". I am very pleased with my purchase. The shark is tougher than nails and is over a year old. It looks like I got it yesterday.

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    I bought "1" Don Hume holster..... and liked it so much, I now have 6.... IWB & OWB for 3 different guns. They are a snug fit, but a very good fit to the gun, seem to hold up good, good quailty, etc. And, they've been very good to deal with. You can order direct from them.

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    Wait till that slide guard comes in, you will have your next holster drawer victim.
    Great Choice on the slide guard!
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    My new stand in carry rig...Don Hume
    What you're actually saying here is that pending your expensive-reliable-socially separable-peer acceptable holster arrival, you've settled on a 'cheapo' holster to tide you bye, and you're rather impressed by it. How far off base am I really? See, to some of us, $40 aint 'cheapo', but $9.99 might be. Maybe you still have time to cancel your order, fall in love with the 'cheapo', and spend more on ammo. Maybe?

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