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    kholster.com

    anybody out there ever have or tried the Kholster from kholster.com?
    http://www.kholster.com/

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    I have one for my XD 45 left handed......I trimed a little off, works great

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    Worn one since March '09 with XD9sc and XDm9. Both fit well. The clips are strong and hold well. The leather is rough. Good retention. Tucks well, I wear it business casual or with a suit and conceals well. Only recently I have felt discomfort in my hip when wearing it but I think thats me, not the holster. As with any IWB, make sure your pant waist size is large enough to accomodate your firearm without putting too much pressure on your kidneys, spine, etc. I made that mistake at the beginning and paid the price.
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    Wow, that's a big piece of leather....I think I'll stick with my MTAC...
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    Quote Originally Posted by TX-JB View Post
    Wow, that's a big piece of leather....I think I'll stick with my MTAC...
    LOL, it sure is! But quite comfy to wear for extended periods. I sometimes ride escort on long trips and must CC in business casual. Riding or driving 24-26 hours and when worn at 3:30/4:00 it works good.
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    I have one for my XD and I like it a lot. Good retention, comfortable, and tuckable. It needs to be trimmed, but I think they send it big on purpose so you can make it exactly how you want.

    Bottom line is I am happy with mine.
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    Can't find the website.

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    Kholster

    I have one for my Sigma and one for my XD sub and have no complaints about the comfort or quality, especially for the price.

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    I've made them for my PPS and my P2000 from leather from Tandy and Kydex from Knifekits.com. Some of the most comfortable holsters I have, and very similar to the Kholster and the Supertuck, but cheaper.

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    I have one for my 1911 and my Sigma. They work great are comfortable. Jimmy is a great guy to work with and has very fast shipping. well worth the money. After you get it make a combat cut on it and you'll never go back to a different holster.
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    Get the real one, a Crossbreed Supertuck, NOT the ripoff of the Supertuck.
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    Wouldn't "the real one" be "The Answer" from Tucker Gunleather?

    I have a supertuck and a kholster and to be honest the kholster has held up better. The clips on my supertuck keep bending for some reason.

    I think I'll try the MTAC next.

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    Wow, and people say the Crossbreed Supertuck is ugly.

    Does anyone really need that many adjustment options?
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    I hear it'll turn your gun blue.



    But seriously, it looks as comfortable as the SuperTuck to me and it's quite a bit cheaper.
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    It looks like it takes one cow per holster--that's a lot of leather!
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