HK USP Compact, what holster do you use?

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    HK USP Compact, what holster do you use?

    I'm curious what holster folks use to conceal an HK USP Compact.

    Pictures always appreciated.

    Thanks
    Dave

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    Welcome to the forum from WV. Any quality holster maker will offer a model for your gun. I an personally reocmmend Galco, Don Hume and HBE. My personal carry rig is a HBE Com III, for my Glock 23. It is excellent. I also have used the Don Hume PCCH with good results. Go to related links here and hit the Mega Holsters link. You will for sure find what you are looking for.
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    When I owned mine, I carried it in a Mitch Rosen 5JR. It was an excellent concealment OWB rig that maintained the HK high and tight to the body..

    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    los, I have a similar Bianchi holster though it has a thumb break. I also have a Fobus paddle for it. The iwb like the crossbreed look interesting, but right now I'd rather buy ammo if I can find it than take a chance on getting something that might just wind up in the holster drawer in the filing cabinet.

    I also wonder how well IWB would work for a fat guy like me.

    Thanks for the replys, keep 'em coming.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoDave View Post
    ... The iwb like the crossbreed look interesting.....
    You have a good eye.!!

    I carry my G26 in a SuperTuck. I highly recommend it.!
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Any one of three but mostly Aker Flatsider. Also use a Hume 721 and Galco FLETCH.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColoradoDave View Post
    l...than take a chance on getting something that might just wind up in the holster drawer in the filing cabinet.
    I have a DM Bullard Dual Carry for sale in the member buy, sale and trade forum area that might be just what you are looking for. This holster [popular here] converts between IWB, IWB Tuckable and OWB - you can try all three to see what works for ya and what doesn't...without shelling out a bunch of cash. I now carry my USPc in a UBG Regulator which is a snap-on low ride OWB style holster. This works well for cool weather carry. I'm not short or fat and didn't care much for IWB.

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    I carry my HK USPc .40 in a Crossbreed Supertuck. Very comfortable, holds it in very tight and conceals very well.

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    Wormon, looks nice, but I'm left handed.
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    My P2000 is about the same size as your USPc.

    I wear a TT Gunleather (the black IWB) and a a Yaqui Slide (the brown OWB) by Ross.

    The Ross is slightly more comfortable but the TT Gunleather offers better concealment.

    I bought the Ross off the shelf in Sportsman's Warehouse for about $35.00.

    The TT Gunleather is a copy of a Milt Sparks VMII. It was ordered & cost $75.00 about 2 yrs ago. The prices have gone up (now about $90.00 I think) along with the wait time but IMO, TT Gunleather is a high quality product, priced well below the MS VMII and at with a substantially shorter wait time.

    I should also add that Tim (the owner of TT Gunleather) is a very accommodating (maybe too accommodating) guy and will entertain all sorts of ideas for special features. I highly recommend him.

    TT GunLeather High Quality Leather Gun Holsters

    Also, in my box-o-holsters, I have a Bianchi Agent which I use for IDPA & IPSC (I cut off the retention strap) and a Blackhawk SEPRA (the one w/ 2nd level retention). They are both very good too.
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    I use a Milt Sparks VMII for IWB and a K&D Eagle Defender for OWB. Both work well and are very well made.
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    Like Jex, I carry my H & K UPSc .40 in a Crossbreed Supertuck. It all hangs on a Crossbreed belt. I haven't owned another quality holster, so I don't have anything to compare it to, but it is comfortable and concealable. I am very satisfied with my Supertuck.

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    I have used a bladetech Nano for months. Love it!

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