High Noon holsters-Outstanding Customer service, Great holsters

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    Thumbs up High Noon holsters-Outstanding Customer service, Great holsters

    Last week wenesday april 29th I ordered a Hidden Ally holster for my keltec P-11 from High Noon Holsters, which by the way was a stocking item, on thursday the 30th a got an e-mail from William at High Noon about my CC been denied so he wanted to know what to do, I inmediatly called my CC company and of course for some reason they had screwed up big time , they said they would take care of the problem as soon as posible, well they did but it took them four days to do that, so I placed the same order on line saturday night, by monday I got another e-mail from william saying that my holster would be shipped tuesday, but to my surprise I got my Hidden Ally holster that same day! , as for the holster it is fantastic, very thin no printing at all, it can make the gun almost disappear you cannot tell my P11 is there, this is the most comfortable IWB holster that I've ever worn with my shirt out or with my shirt tucked in.
    I frequently appendix carry my P11 and this holster is the perfect carry option if I need to tuck my shirt in.

    High Noon holsters are excellent holsters and great people to deal with .

    Take care folks.
    T.




    Wearing my cellphone o my belt can make the black clip disappear, I really don't like it that way but it really works great .




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    I, too, wear my cell phone next to the clip of my Split Decision, usually at 4:30. Even if somebody bumps your gun, they figure it's your cell phone and think nothing of it. A black belt helps disguise it better, too.
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    I agree with outstanding customer service!

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    Great company to deal with. I like my Bare Asset holster. :)

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    I love my HighNoons!!!

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    I've been looking into these for a XDm and a G19 (iwb). Is the horsehide really better as far as moisture goes? And are there any advantages to having the clip over the straps?

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    The are a great company to deal with, fast and reliable service

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    Good to hear you had a great experience with them. I have been considering a OWB holster from high noon. I already have a Sto and Go from Galco that is for appendix carry but I find it impossible to sit down with it on. (Bought it for my P-11)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebra View Post
    I've been looking into these for a XDm and a G19 (iwb). Is the horsehide really better as far as moisture goes? And are there any advantages to having the clip over the straps?
    The HH we buy tends to make a harder, stiffer holster, not that the cow is soft by any means. Some people like this harder feeling and some like that just comfy feel of the cow. The HH is naturally more moisture repellant then the cow, but if you seal the cow in the right way its almost the same, but in our in house tests we give the HH the edge. More info here Questions

    Clip? Strap? Questions

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    Quote Originally Posted by zebra View Post
    I've been looking into these for a XDm and a G19 (iwb). Is the horsehide really better as far as moisture goes? And are there any advantages to having the clip over the straps?
    Hello zebra; I don't know much about horsehide but I have read that horsehide is thinner than bullhide but, much stronger, maybe the guys who do own horsehide holsters would give you a good advise about them.

    Quote Originally Posted by rainmaker View Post
    I, too, wear my cell phone next to the clip of my Split Decision, usually at 4:30. Even if somebody bumps your gun, they figure it's your cell phone and think nothing of it. A black belt helps disguise it better, too.
    You are right about a black belt! since I do not have a black belt yet, ordered one yesterday, I came up with this other idea of using the clip of my Hidden Ally as belt key holder too, and I think that works even better than wearing my cell phone on my belt next to the cllip, I don't use that set of house of keys anymore so they'll be removed from the holster clip at the end of the day....what do you think guys?...



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    We think thats a great idea and the keys are going no place because of the reverse J hook. Pics over here J Hook


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    I bought a holster from them for my Glock 26. I concur that they are great holsters. My only "complaint" is that the clip is 2" and it goes on a 1.5" belt. There is a LOT of slack in that. They say they design it like that on purpose, but it makes the holster/gun flop around on my belt way too much.

    I need a holster for my LCP. I would buy one from them in an instant if it were not for the humongous belt clip.
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    It has to be that size because of the reverse J. If we shortened it up you could not clip it over the belt, the reverse J would be in the way. You would then have to thread it thru the belt to get it on, which is a pain. In the gravest extreme with Adrenaline pumping you will not notice the extra slop. The one thing we do know is that clip is not coming off your belt when you need the gun.

    Hope that helps to clear things up

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    Quote Originally Posted by High Noon View Post
    The HH we buy tends to make a harder, stiffer holster, not that the cow is soft by any means. Some people like this harder feeling and some like that just comfy feel of the cow. The HH is naturally more moisture repellant then the cow, but if you seal the cow in the right way its almost the same, but in our in house tests we give the HH the edge. More info here Questions

    Clip? Strap? Questions

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    Justin
    Thanks. I just placed an order for a Public Secret (hh) and can't wait for it to arrive. If it works well, I'll probably be getting one for my XDm.

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    Tanke, how easy is re-holstering with that model? I am currently using a Galco model U.S.A for my P11 and I really like it for carry but re-holstering is a pain.

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