Don Hume H721 O.T.?

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    I just got mine this week for my Walther P99, I am very impressed with it and will be getting one for my PPS

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    I might have to get a Don Hume as well. I have been wanting an OWB, but I wasn't sure about their quality and not ready to drop big $$ on a custom maker.

    So far sounds like their quality is excellent for the price. I think I'll get one to at least hold me over for several months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangevol View Post
    MCL...just use a couple of layers of plastic wrap or wax paper, you don't want it stretching too far.
    thanks for the advice, i don't want to ruin a new holster. believe it or not my grandfather would always use one of his old paper thin dress socks or one of my grandmothers old nylons for this.

    i've been wearing this new holster all day and don hume has a new customer for life. it fits up tight enough that my polo shirt hasn't hung up on it a single time. the sweat guard is working great, no irritation at all so far.

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    I have been using the H721 OT with my MP9c and have no complaints.
    I have also found this to be an excellent option when the situation requires IWB, very comfortable.
    No retention issues with either holster.
    I was a confirmed Galco guy but Hume is winning me over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BamaSteve View Post
    So far sounds like their quality is excellent for the price. I think I'll get one to at least hold me over for several months.
    I think the quality exceeds the price. I've seen one's that were 2-3 times more, that weren't as good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by George B View Post
    I just got mine this week for my Walther P99, I am very impressed with it and will be getting one for my PPS
    George, Just a heads up since you are looking for a holster for your PPS. I shopped alot of sites for a PCCH for a PPS, no one stocked it. One place told me Hume didn't even make holsters for the PPS (I did not bookmark that site). I finally went direct to Hume's web site. My order was placed on 2/24/2009 and was promptly advised my order was back ordered and should expect a 10 to 12 week wait.
    I have holsters for different pistols on this order and am patiently waiting.
    Best of luck finding what you are looking for.

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    Don Hume makes a decent product. For the price a real bargain. The factory is about a 45 minute drive from my home. I have gone there and picked up holsters in the past. The people there are great. Having said that I think our custom makers on this site do make a much better product. Either way you go you will be getting a good product.
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    Ordered the Don Hume holster and magazine holder today. Thank you for all of the replies.

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