New IWB/Tuckable Holster for Glock 29

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    New IWB/Tuckable Holster for Glock 29

    After posting in this section about suggestions for an IWB holster for my Glock 29, I decided on a holster from Little Bear Custom Holsters: Little Bear Custom Holsters - Welcome to Little Bear Custom Holsters. My name is Dave Galloway and I hope I can build you the holster you want. I understand what it is like to want a really nice holster but the need outweighs wait time. I hope I can

    Holster arrived today. Dave was very professional to deal with, and great turn around time on the order. Cordovan with black shark trim.

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    Very nice!

    How long did it take to get?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWRedDragon View Post
    Very nice!

    How long did it take to get?
    Less than two weeks......
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    Wow! Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm
    "Trust in God with hand on sword" -Inscription on my family's coat of arms from medieval England
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    Is there a reason for all that leather forward of the rear sight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    Is there a reason for all that leather forward of the rear sight?
    Wondered same...looks like room for a good sized flashlight or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhShoot View Post
    Wondered same...looks like room for a good sized flashlight or something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by semperfi.45 View Post
    But it's sewn shut.
    Oh, yeah, I guess it is? I can't quite tell.
    Perhaps you have to pay more for a circumcised model?

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    Tuckable rig

    Erich,

    Thank you for the praise. I am very glad you are happy with the rig. I enjoyed making it.

    As far as the "extra skin"; yes, it would be 100% more to have it removed.

    Seriously, I added the extra leather to add a notch to adjust cant/rake even more. I know it isn't the most original idea but it fit the bill. I think it makes the rig a little more comfortable. I have "love handles" and that "extra skin" helps protect my "extra skin". LOL.


    Cheers!!!

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    Erich, that's a good looking rig!
    I'm talking to Dave right now about a tuckable.
    I take it you have worn the holster for the last 4 days? How comfortable has the fit been, and at what position do you carry?
    Firm weapon retainage and holster holds shape well when unoccupied?
    Thanks in advance.

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    What brand pinky extension is that? I have older extensions that seem to dig into either my back or whatever I am sitting against.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackal2001 View Post
    What brand pinky extension is that? I have older extensions that seem to dig into either my back or whatever I am sitting against.
    Pearce is the brand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DblTap View Post
    Erich, that's a good looking rig!
    I'm talking to Dave right now about a tuckable.
    I take it you have worn the holster for the last 4 days? How comfortable has the fit been, and at what position do you carry?
    Firm weapon retainage and holster holds shape well when unoccupied?
    Thanks in advance.
    I'd like to know this info as well. I do have a rig coming for my Dan Wesson CBOB 1911 from Dave. I'm wondering what position the OP carries this configuration in. It looks like it's be best at about 4:00 because of the extra material that seems made to wrap around the hip area. Any further up and maybe it would poke out? I don't know, might be dependent on the body type used.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmdrdredd View Post
    I'd like to know this info as well. I do have a rig coming for my Dan Wesson CBOB 1911 from Dave. I'm wondering what position the OP carries this configuration in. It looks like it's be best at about 4:00 because of the extra material that seems made to wrap around the hip area. Any further up and maybe it would poke out? I don't know, might be dependent on the body type used.
    Fit is very comfortable. Worn at 3:30. Conceals nicely under a t-shirt.
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    Dang!!!!

    Don't know how I missed this post

    Looks super nice!!!!!!

    Dave your stuff keeps getting better

    Those Kydex clips look sweet too


    ErichB1

    How is this holster holding up??

    Still liking it????

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