First Leather Holster

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    First Leather Holster

    I just bought a Milt Sparks VM2 for my Glock 22. After reading several posts I decided to go with a Milt Sparks. I used to carry(and probably still will from time to time) with a BladeTech IWB. I am hoping that the leather will be a little bit more comfortable.

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    Ya' can't beat a good leather holster...PERIOD!
    Comfort and security in one combo package.

    Stay armed...get a good leather holster...stay safe!
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    Good quality leather from a good leathercrafter really is worth it.

    I think you'll really like the Milt Sparks.
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    Good choice. I love my VMII for my P229. I'm buying another one for my future 1911
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    Congrats...nothing like leather. I'm sure you will love it. I carried a Kahr P9 in milt sparks watch 6 for a while....keeps the weapon very secure and tight to the body. Smells good, too.
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    Sparks quality is all the way up there. You'll be impressed.
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    Hate to break it to ya! you might as well make room in the holster box for that blade tech... the VMII is going to replace it.... NO QUESTION ABOUT IT! GOOD CHOICE... Let us know how you like it when you get it...
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    Good choice, I've got a Summer-Special II that I've used for years...great holsters.
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    All I use are BladeTech holsters for shooting USPSA matches. They are very nice holsters,but I think leather will be the way to go for an IWB. It will be nice to have a good concealment holster for our yearly concealed carry match.

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