"High and Tight" OWB question

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    "High and Tight" OWB question

    I recently purchased an HK P30. I was pleasantly surprised to find that both my Steyr Little Bear IWB and my Andrews Cross Draw 229R fit it perfectly. Now, I am looking for a minimal exposure OWB holster that is high and tight. I have a Milt Sparks Mirage that is an "under the belt" for my Bersa that works perfectly. I also have been eye balling The Wilderness Zip Slide. I would like minimal leather. The Kydex is uncomfortable and bulky. Suggestions?
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    When the term "High & Tight" is mentioned to discribe holster ride, the Milt Sparks model #60TK (previously known as The Roadrunner) instantly comes to mind. Not sure it's made for the HK, but a call to MS would answer your question.

    FYI, The Roadrunner was the first holster I purchased for my CCW (full size1911) back around 1983-84, if I recall correctly. It was the most comfortable, most concealable, highest riding-tightest to the body fitting holster I've ever owned/worn with a full size 1911. PERIOD.!

    Here's a photo I snatched from another forum showing the original Roadrunner design. Note how high the Gun rides as the belt runs through the slots well below the trigger guard.

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    I have this High Noon holster Skin Guard
    It rides fairly high & tight with a Springfield EMP. I like it..especially for the price!

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    The sparks 60TK would be my choice.
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    Here's a picture showing the 60TK:



    High and tight? Oh yeah!
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    “Dollars and guns are no substitutes for brains and will power” Dwight D Eisenhower

    Here are some of my holsters........

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    Try looking at the Mitch Rosen Upper Limit
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    Erik at Side Guard Holsters ,is making me a high Slide,which sits real high,just barely above your belt at a reasonable price.
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