I liked the looks of this one so much I put in my own order
Quick turnaround and a great $.. That's all I needed..
This is a discussion on IWB for 3" 1911 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am looking for a comfortable and affordable IWB for my Kimber Ultra CDP. Any sugustions? Pics are very welcome....
I am looking for a comfortable and affordable IWB for my Kimber Ultra CDP. Any sugustions? Pics are very welcome.
Fist holsters...(search related links)...Fist #1A...I have about 6 of that particuar holster...#1A with a clip, cant, and get the body protector.
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I have a brand new IWB from HBE that I just got this week. Very comfortable.
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Pictures??? You got it! Here are my 1911 3" holsters. Goodluck!
Bommeland Max Con V:
Alessi Talon Plus:
Alessi PCH (just sold this):
Andrews MacDaniel II:
Galco Royal Guard:
Each holster has it's Pros & Cons, but the Bommeland Max Con V is what I highly recommend. For more affordable one with decent turnaround times, I recommend the AKJ Concealco. This one even has adjustable cant. Checkout their website.
We have another member here "pens-66", who has some IWB 1911 3" holsters he can recommend as well.
I'll be glad to help you if you have any questions. Goodluck!
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+1 on the Max Con V...coal creek armory has them in stock and you can find them in the forum sponsor area. Great holster, great service...Gary really does make quality products.
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If money is the problem then look no futher than the Super Tuk, IWB. by crossbreed holsters, very comfy, even in shorts, can tuck your shirt in if you want, and adjust to tilt or straight draw,Super.
Sorry, no pics (yet). I've got three for my Springfield Micro (lightweight) Loaded 3 inch 1911.
A High Noon Mr. Softy (very thin, metal clip, sort of a "cheapo", but it works).
A Galco Royal Guard. Not bad, a decent draw, moderately comfortable (a hot spot develops for me after many hours of wear- might be able to adjust to a sweet spot). Thought it was great, until.....
Milt Sparks Versa Max 2 in horsehide w/shark trim. By far my favorite, it is the most comfortable holster I own. Smoothest draw too.
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The MaxCon is ONLY available from Coal Creek Armory and it's $130 plus shipping. Expensive but a good holster. HBE makes a "Com3" IWB that is very similar to the MaxCon, it's about $109 shipped and has a lead time of 2-4's. I'm waiting for a Com3 to come in on my Colt New Agent, will let everyone know how it works for a 3" 1911.