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    IWB carry

    Looking for a little help (without all the negative conotation about taurus).

    I'm looking for an IWB for a Taurus PT 145. Right now I'm using a Fobus for a XD45. It's alright but I would really like to have something different. (Something tuckable would be nice)-that won't break the bank.

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    Definitely a K&D Dakota Defender if you can wait.

    MTAC or even High Noon Split Decision (only about $40 shipped) if you can't wait or while you're waiting.

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    Check out Kevin's (K&D) new Thunderbird holster!! There is a post on this forum about them as it isn't on his site yet. I ordered one for my G23 and thinking about one for my 92F.

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    I'm seriously looking at a Thunderbird too........very nice looking!

    A tuckable IWB, look at Comp Tac's MTAC and CTAC's......about$80 and quick turnaround times

    Crossbreeds Supertuck IWB is a good one too.

    Little Bear Holsters has soom good leather that won't break the bank, quality leather, and very fast turnaround for a custom holster.

    Hope that helps.
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    mine rides in a crossbreed supertuck.

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    I cant say enough good things about High Noon, especially at the offered price point.
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    Well I didn't make it two days into my 14 - 16 week wait before adding another Thunderbird and mag carrier for my 92F, if this keeps up I will have new clothing for everything in the safe by the time my wait is over, lol!!!!

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    Through the above link...search out Fist...great holsters...reasonable...quick delivery...OMO
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    CrossBreed.

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    I vote crossbreed, very comfortable.
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    Had a couple High Noon holsters and ended up sending them back. Just did not work for me. MTAC would be my suggestion, fast delivery, high quality,comfortable and reasonable price. Can also buy additional bodies to fit different guns.

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    I am not sure what would break the bank. However, it seems if one can afford to shoot at today's prices a holster that was $100 or slightly higher would not break the bank.

    Having bought many holsters for several guns, I have concluded that only holsters from the best makers will be satisfactory for me. Other holsters may look nice, and even be pretty good, but they sometimes lack the attention to detail both in design and workmanship that is seen in the top maker's holsters.

    It is easy to start out with pretty good holsters, but in time when you see the best you will not be happy with pretty good.

    My own opinion is that one should get a kydex paddle or such to make do until Sparks, Del Fatti, or Alessi can deliver. While Brommeland is as good, he has delivery problems that cause many of us not to be interested.

    I have holsters by other makers that are good, but those mentioned are just the best. They are well worth the wait, and the cost is not that much more than the second rung makers. The two year wait for a Del Fatti holster might be a little much, but Sparks has something like a 26 week wait. Alessi is a little longer, but not much.

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