A Birthday Present For MOM

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    A Birthday Present For MOM

    My mother recently got her permit. Her birthday is coming up and I was wanting to get her a holster for her Taurus 24/7. I considered the Crossbreed and the MTAC but she dosnt like the kydex. So I thought about UBG, my favorite, but they dont make a tuckable and she ALWAYS tucks in her shirt. She also really never wears a belt... I donno. So since she got her permit, she has yet to carry and wants a holster that requires no belt, tuckable, and made of leather or something simiular. I told her to wear a belt, her gun is stainless and kydex is just fine.

    Anyone know of any holsters that would work for her? I got her to start wearing belts so that wont be a problem, but if I can find a holster that doesnt require one that would be awesome! Thanks for all the help!

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    no belt, tuckable
    What would the holster hold onto, then, in order to stay put and yet remain tuckable? Relax the requirement to avoid belts, then I think you'll find some good options.
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    I'm happy with my High Noon Hidden Ally/Split decision. You can tuck in your shirt, it's leather, and I have used the reverse J-hook without a belt and it holds jeans just fine.
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    This site offers a line of holsters specfically for women...

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    C. Rusty Sherrick - Ladies Holsters

    Del Fatti has a very nice women's holster but it will take you two or three years to get it. No use posting the URL for that. Mitch Rosen also makes a women's holster called the "Nancy Special" if you go to mitch rosen gunleather

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