Help!!! Need good, cheap IWB ASAP.

Help!!! Need good, cheap IWB ASAP.

This is a discussion on Help!!! Need good, cheap IWB ASAP. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I broke a clip on my Crossbreed this morning (already emailed them this morning), but I'm leaving town this weekend. Need to pick up a ...

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    Help!!! Need good, cheap IWB ASAP.

    I broke a clip on my Crossbreed this morning (already emailed them this morning), but I'm leaving town this weekend. Need to pick up a good, cheap IWB that's readily available while waiting for a clip for the Super Tuck. Any suggestions? Thanks.


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    Try Don Hume or Galco

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    Galco or Hume if you can find a stocking dealer. Wont get anything in the mail that quick.
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    Just pick up an Uncle Mikes IWB...Super easy to get one at almost any sporting goods store and only like $15.

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    What part/area of the Clip, broke..?
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by los View Post
    What part/area of the Clip, broke..?
    The actual bend in the clip. Crossbreed is already sending one out today, but I doubt I will get it before I leave. Quick customer service, a reply within 1 hour after I emailed.

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    I have never trusted clips. Not only can they break, but some years ago I had the holster come out with the gun. If I want an easy on/off I much prefer a snap loop.

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    Galco or DeSantis should be decent for a weekend trip.
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    the uncle mikes is good enough for a few days imo

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    I've been skeptical for a long time of the clip-draw, but after my buddy bought one a couple months ago i became jealous. I bought one myself last week and let me say that it does a pretty good job even witha 1" belt that I can't use with my holster.

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    don hume for under 30
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerryM View Post
    I have never trusted clips. Not only can they break, but some years ago I had the holster come out with the gun. If I want an easy on/off I much prefer a snap loop.

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    Me too.

    If it's not a striker fired pistol you can do what I do, shove the gun in your waistband without a holster for a day or two. If it is a striker fired pistol you have my condolences.

    I guess you could do an "El Cheapo" Uncle Mike's.

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    Yep, Don Hume or Uncle Mikes. Most available.

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