This is a discussion on New holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well I just got off plane earlier today and I went to see my new toys. They were both waiting for me in their plastic ...
December 11th, 2008 02:52 AM
Well I just got off plane earlier today and I went to see my new toys. They were both waiting for me in their plastic bags. One is a BlueGrass Mason Dixon and the other is a Little Bear IWB/OWB combo. I've never worn CCW before and found them both to be a little stiff. Do you need to flex the wings of the holster for it to curve to your body? I tried IWB and when I pulled the gun the whole holster came out, I think I need to work on it a little. I will get to the pics when I get back from picking up my new H&K P2000. Glad to be back in the states for good!
December 11th, 2008 06:44 AM
Congrats on your new New holsters and HK
You should break them in first by pushing and pulling a few hunderd draws before you actully wear them.
Custom holster makers make the holsters very tight on purpose for the best retention most of us have gone through this as I said you just need to break them in a little before you put them on IWB.
Also once you do start wearing the wings will form around you after a day or so.
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December 11th, 2008 08:24 AM
I would check with the actual holster makers.
Generally for mine, yes you can bend the wings to more quickly too make them form to your body. Hope this helps.
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