Tagua Holsters

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    Tagua Holsters

    I'd like to put in a good word for Tagua holsters. Good quality, affordable and good looking.

    I have been using the open top owb versions for the last year (one for my Kimber and one for the S&W 340PD) and they have held up well.

    They are on sale 15% off for the next few days using this code:
    5f90cbf410

    (I'm not a dealer just a satisfied customer.)
    Kimber Pro Carry II; Night Sights
    S&W 340PD

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    I got the quick draw and the shoulder holster for my CW9 and they both work very well. My only complaint is the mag pouch on the shoulder rig is WAY too big for the Kahr mags and I am going to take it to a saddle shop this weekend and get it fixed. They make a fairly good product and it has a life time guarantee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slade View Post
    I'd like to put in a good word for Tagua holsters. Good quality, affordable and good looking.

    I have been using the open top owb versions for the last year (one for my Kimber and one for the S&W 340PD) and they have held up well.

    They are on sale 15% off for the next few days using this code:
    5f90cbf410

    (I'm not a dealer just a satisfied customer.)
    I have a IWB holster thats my primary carry with the Taurus CH85. Works well and after a year shows little wear. works well..not top shelf but it gets the job done. It was good enough that at first I was gonna get one for the Ruger SR9c as a hold over till I got something better but wife ordered me one before I could do anything(Milt Sparks Summer Special)

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    they have their place

    To me they are a very effective holster that is at an affordable price point. Not the most comfortable or even tacticool but much better than the nylon pancake offerings ala uncle mikes.

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    Just received mine today. I was skeptical as to what the quality would be because of the price, but was pleasantly surprised. I bought the In Pants Holster for my Kimber Ultra Carry II in left hand. I am wearing it SOB (I'm right handed) and so far so good. I'll know for sure in about a week if it's going to be my EDC. It's not the best holster I've seen, but it is as good as many of the $80.00 holsters out there. I recommend them.

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    I have a Quick Draw for my G30sf - pretty decent rig, great for the money.

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    I've got one of the open top models on right now, carrying my American Classic 1911.

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    I have an open top that I carry my 1911 in. I like it, it seems to be wearing well.

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    I have a open top for a J-Frame, good holster.
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    I have a Tagua IWB holster for my Kimber and absolutely love it. The quality is good and the holster is comfortable. Quick draw and easy reholstering. I think I paid less than $30 for it.

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