Don Hume or High Noon Holster for Glock 26?

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    Don Hume or High Noon Holster for Glock 26?

    So after Christmas I am picking up mt second glock I am picking up my Glock 26. I have a Serpa for my G19 but hte G 26 is strictly concealed only. Not alot of people will know I have it. So I am curious what holster people would think be better. I have it down to Don Hume or High Noon Holsters. Nothing else.

    Thanks!

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    i own a high noon and don hume...quite frankly i always go for the don hume because it is quick, simple and does the trick...but its going to be on your belt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bladenbullet View Post
    i own a high noon and don hume...quite frankly i always go for the don hume because it is quick, simple and does the trick...but its going to be on your belt...
    True, but I was just getting some recommendations

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    I believe the one I got from High Noon is a Split Decision. For me the M26 rides to high and I'm not fond of it. I actually like it better for my Keltec PF9.

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    You may like the Mr Softy or Hidden Ally These two are low riding holster lines. The Split Decision and Bare Asset were designed for a combat grip and will ride higher for that purpose.

    Hope thats helps
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    I have a High Noon Bare Asset and a Don Hume prefer the Don Hume.

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    I have had several High Noon Holsters and highly recommend them! Currently using the tuckable "Hidden Ally", which is AMAZING for concealed carry and very comfortable. Half the time I don't even notice I'm carrying anymore.

    I'm not familiar with the Don Humes so can't really compare. I'd take Alex's input on the different types of holsters High Noon offers and ask yourself which you prefer:

    1. A holster that is slightly harder to draw from but much more concealable and rarely prints even when bending at the waste (2:30-3:00 o'clock carry)
    2. A holster that is easier to draw from quickly since it rides a little higher, making a quick grip easier to obtain, but prints more often and makes the handle stick out more when you bend over

    Your answer on this will help you decide.

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    I have holsters from both. I prefer the Mr. Softy for IWB. The only Don Hume I like is for OWB carry....

    Hope this helps...
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    I have one both as well. I wear the High noon IWB appendix a lot more. I like the fact I simply slide it over the belt and its there and it dissapears. I also carry it from time to time at three o clock again its just simple and it works. There are times that I just want to carry OWB rarely but when that mood strikes I grab the Don Hume. I am please I believe both are super for the money. All of that being said I would guess 85% (work and dress for dinner) I carry in a Smart carry.

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    Alright So I have it down to either this don hume.


    H715-M W.C. [H715-M] - $29.30 : Don Hume Leathergoods, manufactures high quality leather and nylon goods.

    Or the Hidden Ally.

    Although does anyone know the difference between the Hidden Ally and Bare Asset?

    Hidden Ally

    Bare Asset

    Thank you everyone for the responses.

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    I ordered a Mr Softy for my Sig 239 and found that not only is it a good, solid and comfortable holster, but it fits nicely my G26 & 27, and my PF9. Not bad for a roughly $30.00 investment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dane View Post
    Alright So I have it down to either this don hume.

    H715-M W.C. [H715-M] - $29.30 : Don Hume Leathergoods, manufactures high quality leather and nylon goods.

    Or the Hidden Ally.

    Although does anyone know the difference between the Hidden Ally and Bare Asset?

    Hidden Ally

    Bare Asset

    Thank you everyone for the responses.
    As per their site:
    Hidden Ally - tuckable, 0 degree cant.
    Split Decision = Hidden Ally but with 15 degree cant.
    Mr Softy - not tuckable, 0 degree cant.
    Bare Asset = Mr Softy but with 15 degree cant.

    Tuckables are thicker but you can tuck your shirt in.

    I have the Hidden Ally for my G26, appendix carry. It is perfect for that.

    Personally, for 3:30-4:30 carry I would want a canted holster, but not everyone feels that way.

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    I'm waiting on a HighNoon Slide Guard for my G19. Should be here next month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DistantHorizon View Post
    As per their site:
    Hidden Ally - tuckable, 0 degree cant.
    Split Decision = Hidden Ally but with 15 degree cant.
    Mr Softy - not tuckable, 0 degree cant.
    Bare Asset = Mr Softy but with 15 degree cant.

    Tuckables are thicker but you can tuck your shirt in.

    I have the Hidden Ally for my G26, appendix carry. It is perfect for that.

    Personally, for 3:30-4:30 carry I would want a canted holster, but not everyone feels that way.
    Well I think I found the one I want then.

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    Excellent! Enjoy. :-)

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