Thoughts on a High Noon Split Decision

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    Thoughts on a High Noon Split Decision

    As the title states, does anyone have any thoughts on a High Noon Holsters Split Decision? I want an IWB holster that allows me to tuck in a shirt.

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    I have the Closing Argument which is somewhat comparable; I will not carry my XD in anything else if I can help it.

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    I use this holster to appendix carry my XD40SC and it's great. It's just as comfy as Mexican carrying without worrying about it falling down your pants.

    Also, these guys are awesome (High Noon)...I bought the holster online at about 10pm on a Tuesday night and had the holster in my hand the following Thursday morning.

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    Go for it. High Noon products are as advertised. Very functional and well fitted.
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    got a split decision, good product.

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    Mine is on order. I'll give you my feedback when it arrives. Going to use it on my Glock 23.

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    Got the Hidden Ally and would recommend High Noon to anyone who would ask. Got it to try AIWB before getting something "better" and simply... stayed with it instead.
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    I have the split decision and I carry my XD9 service regularly. Reholstering one handed is difficult due to the thinness of the leather. The tuckable does not work for me in a dress shirt and slacks, so I go with a smartcarry at work. It probably would work, but I believe the clips might give me away and I absolutely cannot be made by anybody, so smartcarry it is.

    I'll put it this way...its a great holster for the price with no lead time. What more could you want?
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    I have one for my XDsc 9mm. It's okay. I've used it once or twice, mainly when having to dress formally for certain occasions. The holster was okay but the thick XD seemed like it was barely concealed... seemed like I had a big lump on my side.

    Oddly enough, my little Kel-tec PF-9 drops into it and, although it's not a real tight fit or anything, it snugs up good when my pants are tightened and tucks great, rides lower (than it would in a holster designed specifically for the KT), and disappears with a dress shirt.

    I won't win any quick draw contests with it, but it works well for serious concealment.

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    For those of you that have one, how well do you think it would work for an LCP?

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    I also have a split decision for my Glock 27. Works great and no complaints about it. I tuck my shirt in a lot. The belt clips is kinda large, but if you "fluff" your shirt out enough it will hide it well.

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    I just received the High Noon Split Decision for Glock 23. I’ll be giving it a test drive. Here are a few pictures of my new rig.

    So far it’s very comfortable. Love being able to tuck in my cover garments, was getting tired of my baggy polo’s. As someone mentioned earlier it is difficult to reholster with one hand due to the thin leather.

    The High Noon Split Decision is inexpensive and worth what I paid for it. It serves the purpose that I wanted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matts View Post
    For those of you that have one, how well do you think it would work for an LCP?

    I use one with my P3AT and it works very good.

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    I just bought a split decision for my Keltec P11
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    Very happy with the quality of High Noon. I have the Hidden Ally (same except no cant), which has proven excellent for low-riding appendix carry. In this position, it doesn't collapse, so I am able to re-holster one-handed.

    That said, for any position besides 1 or 2 o'clock, I think I would prefer a holster with a reinforced opening. With the Hidden Ally at 4 o'clock, it collapses, which makes for reach-around two-handed reholstering. Fast draw practice becomes a chore, and if I ever I have to draw in the real world, I would prefer the ability to reholster one-handed.

    Your mileage may vary.

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