Got a Don Hume 721OT for my G26....concerned?!?!
This is a discussion on Got a Don Hume 721OT for my G26....concerned?!?! within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by gdkenoyer
I have an open-top Don Hume for my PPS - it's always been seated, no issues.
I am currently working through ...
December 25th, 2009 04:28 PM
I am currently working through a PPS, range work and such before I carry and I was thinking of getting the same holster as my G26 so maybe I should. It would be a bot easier to have 2 guns using the same holsters.
Originally Posted by gdkenoyer
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December 25th, 2009 08:02 PM
I just looked at the Mitch Rosen Upper Limit Express on line.... It looks like there is no forward cant.... just a straight drop, right??. I'm looking for a OWB holster for my G27...... (and possibly one for my G23) What would I have to pay for this holster? Many thanks...
Originally Posted by Ram Rod
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December 26th, 2009 04:09 PM
I have a Don Hume 721 OT for my Kahr CW9 Been wearing it for 1.5 yrs. now I still check now and then but it never changes, and stays put. I carry it 18/7 i even nap out in the bed with it on occasion. Was thinking of adding a 3/16 bunge cord as a optional retainer that could be used or not. I have made small 1/8 mile running sprints with no problem. I think its a great holster. Think i'll get the same for my NEW PT709.
Get a good belt too makes a big difference Got mine from a police/USPS supply house
December 30th, 2009 12:15 AM
The gun wont come out until you want it. out. Leather holster. Works every time.
December 30th, 2009 04:02 PM
I have the same 721 OT for my Taurus 24/7.
Gun stays put no problems. Pic from before the gunbelt
December 30th, 2009 09:28 PM
When a quality holster is 'boned' for a particular weapon, retention will be extremely reliable. If you don't believe this, place your empty weapon (check for 'empty' three times) in the holster (off your body) and discover how much shaking is needed to release the weapon onto a bed or pillow. It should take quite a bit of shaking.
A few years ago I had a Beretta 9000S in a 'boned' IWB holster. I missed a bleacher step at a rodeo (another story of enjoyment for my wife) and tumbled down about three rows. Except for my pride, I was not injured. My sidearm remained covered and in its holster.
You can't beat a quality holster for retention.
That's my story and I'm stickin' to it.
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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January 15th, 2013 09:52 PM
I feel the same way about this holster that I do about the Blackhawk Serpa. They exhibit great retention. Maybe too good in case you miss the lock during a draw when you really need your gun. A properly boned and fit holster needs no thumb break, snaps or gadgets.
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