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suggestions on a pancake style hi-ride OWB holster.

This is a discussion on suggestions on a pancake style hi-ride OWB holster. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Dan Wesson CBOB in a CUDA by Simply Rugged. This holster can be worn either IWB or OWB and has ad adjustible cant as well....

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    Dan Wesson CBOB in a CUDA by Simply Rugged. This holster can be worn either IWB or OWB and has ad adjustible cant as well.
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    Just got this Galco. It fits your budget and I like it.
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    I second the Mitch Rosen Upper Limit. I just received mine a few days ago and love it. It rides nice and high and still holds my G23 close to the body. I also got a matching mag carrier. Make sure you look at his Express line which much cheaper than his main line but is still very high quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyC4 View Post
    I second the recommendation for the "TT Gunleather "High Ride Pancake"--I have one and it's great!
    I'm big on high ride OWB holsters, too! I'd love to see just how high this holster rides if one of you guys could post a pic.

    I have yet to find one that stays tight to me AND rides high enough for my liking. The only thing that has come close is a paddle holster made by Desantis. Got one for my Kel-Tec P11 and my Sig229

    Now this is high ride!

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    I make two holsters that would meet your need:

    My normal pancake holster (The Slide) for a 3" barrel would only be about 1.5 to 2 inches below the belt. Cost is $60 plus $6 shipping.

    My high ride (High Slide) would only be about .5" to .75" below the belt. Cost is $70 plus $6 shipping.

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    If you have the dexterity...the finest High Ride Holster, made for professionals, is designed by Rusty Sherrick.

    Not for everybody...not for every weapon either. Works for me and my Glock 26:




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    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    I make two holsters that would meet your need:

    My normal pancake holster (The Slide) for a 3" barrel would only be about 1.5 to 2 inches below the belt. Cost is $60 plus $6 shipping.

    My high ride (High Slide) would only be about .5" to .75" below the belt. Cost is $70 plus $6 shipping.

    Side Guard Holsters - OWB Holsters
    Not bad on those you offer and the one made by Rusty Sherrick. I'm interested, but what about retention??

    I'm a big man and get in and out of smaller cars. Nothing worse than the gun getting caught on something and falling to the ground. Boning the leather really well is fine for IWB. An OWB holster really needs a thumb break or a really good retention screw system. I prefer thumb breaks.
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    I purchased a Side Guard from Erik & I love it.

    Also recieved it in a very timely manner.

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    Check out the Bianchi Shadow series (3-slot, with thumb-break strap). I use one now for a Glock 23.
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    Quote Originally Posted by boricua View Post
    This is what I would recommend. A little more expensive than what you budgeted, but worth the money.
    High Ride Pancake holster
    +3 This is what I use for cool weather carry. Tim makes GREAT holsters.Mine was made for a Glock 27.Great combo. It is worth the
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