OWB Holster with an Adjustable Cant

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    OWB Holster with an Adjustable Cant

    I need your help in selecting a holster that has an adjustable cant for right hand draw from the left side at approximately the 10 o'clock position. Do any of you right hand draw from your left side? If yes, what holster do you carry that has an adjustable cant for right hand draw?

    I'm looking for something that can be used as a right or left hand carry OWB holster as well. With an adjustable cant I can adjust the angle for a perfect draw with my Glock 26.

    Any suggestions on your part would be greatly appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pikachu711 View Post
    I need your help in selecting a holster that has an adjustable cant for right hand draw from the left side at approximately the 10 o'clock position. Do any of you right hand draw from your left side? If yes, what holster do you carry that has an adjustable cant for right hand draw?

    I'm looking for something that can be used as a right or left hand carry OWB holster as well. With an adjustable cant I can adjust the angle for a perfect draw with my Glock 26.

    Any suggestions on your part would be greatly appreciated.
    Look at what Sidearmor offers.

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    Lots of holster companies make dedicated crossdraw style holsters. Try googling "crossdraw holster" and you'll get a ton of hits, I'm sure you'll find something to meet your needs.
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    I bought this from Fist and it arrived just a day or two ago. I have not had time to try it, but it is an originally cool idea...fits very well for both cross-draw and driving...

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    You might want to go to Brownell's and type HELLWEG into the search block and see if one of those might work out for you.

    You may also try HELLWEG Intl.

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    Fobus has a whole series of adjustable cant holsters for OWB.

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    The Tennessee Holster Company makes the perfect holster for you. It has an adjustable cant and can be used as strong side or crossdraw. Very unique design. gun-works.com.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I bought this from Fist and it arrived just a day or two ago. I have not had time to try it, but it is an originally cool idea...fits very well for both cross-draw and driving...

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    I have the kydex and like my FIST cross-draw / driving holster; though it takes a sweat shirt or hoodie to conceal it. The holster is comfortable and convenient except that a right-hander has to thread the whole belt through the loop to wear it on top of the left leg. It's infinitely adjustable in the ninety degrees between straight drop and horizontal.
    It's good for trips and rest stops where people aren't going to get a chance for a good, close look.
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    I'll give Fobus a +1, too. These holsters are small and light, and fit the gun they're designed for well. They're very comfortable and won't max out the ol' CC. I love their beltslide and roto-paddle for my Springfield XD40SC.

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    Thank for all the helpful suggestions. I'll look at all the suggestions that were offered!
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    Here's one more to look at. I have 2 and love them. Outside Waistband Holsters - products new home - Settable Cant Holster
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