Looking for a Holster...

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    Looking for a Holster...

    Here is my question for you-
    I am looking for an IWB with 2 belt loop connectors (one forward and one aft) with out the FBI forward cant, preferrably leather. Any suggestions??
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    I'd have to suggest the UBG Canute and HBE COM III, both are great holster makers.


    I know Eric at HBE will make rigs with no or limited cant, Nate at UBG should be able to make a rig with neutral cant as well.

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    Just looked up those two holsters, the HBE is impressive looking quality. I'm sending them an e-mail next, thanks for the input.
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    Go to 'Related Links' above...and search out Fist holsters...you'll get a quality holster in record time without needing to win the lottery. It costs nothing to look.
    OMO...and...there are some other quality holster makers within this forum.

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    Most custom holster makers including myself, ask what cant you want for the gun. No extra time or cost for one of my holsters.
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    I would suggest Dave at Little Bear Custom Holsters -

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    Broomland..here is where you can find them..if you want one, buy it from the link, not his site.

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    588, I recommend HBE ComIII first, absolutely the best quality as good as Sparks or Brommeland or anything else like Kramer except a LOT better price for the value. Lead time should be good with them. I can also vouch for the UBG holsters. I have one like you describe for a Kahr P9 and it's an excellent value but the quality isn't quite as good as the HBE. A third choice that's about a 4 week lead time, is VERY reasonably priced and is just a plain good holster is an IWB from AJ Concealco. Google their site. The front strap may seem odd but I've found those to be great holsters. I have two for two revolvers and just bought a third for a semi.

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    Kramer makes a nice vertical drop IWB called the 1.5 that works well. Usually 1 month delivery time. I also like FIST products. They will do anything you want with many customized features with leather or Kydex. I am also a big fan of straight drop holsters. I usually get a faster draw with them although concealment is often better with a cant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mocarryguy View Post
    Broomland..here is where you can find them..if you want one, buy it from the link, not his site.

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    +1 to this. They are fine holsters and very comfortable.
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