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    Cool Looking for the best Tuckable holster...

    This will be my first "tuckable holster" for my Glock-23 and I am looking for some suggestions from actual users.

    I really prefer as much leather be used in the holsters makeup as possible. Kydex is not my friend. I know there may be kydex but I hope there are only a few who incorporat it and some that may incorporat "no kydex".

    The holster would be carried in the 2:00 appendix area. Quality, comfort and concealment are of the utmos importance

    I am of a medium build, 6' with a 36 in waist and usually do not have fitting problems with a quaity made holster and gunbelt.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Many thats in advance.

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    If I may ask, why are you set on the 2:00 position? I also carry a Glock 23, and I carry in a kydex/leather hybrid IWB in the 3:30, just behind my hip. This is perfect in many regards, as it naturally is a little more distant to people that I may be talking to or interacting with, its a natural position for me to draw from, as I am a LEO. It facilitates a very rapid draw, as well. It's also a little more low-profile from the front, which makes concealing the Glock a little easier. AS you know, all Glock models are pretty chubby, and we need every advantage out there to help conceal it. I'm not in any way trying to tell you what to do or how to carry, but you may want to take a moment and evaluate your carry position and method and make absolutely certain that your set-up is right and the most efficient for you.
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    By the way, check out oldfaithfulholsters.com. I think you'll like what you see.
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    If you find one that works, Old School, please let me know.

    I've tried every style that I know of, and have pretty much given up.
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    Check out N82.com. I have one for my XDm 9mm compact. The day after I got it I drove 800 miles with it tucked in my waist band

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    checkout cobra gunskin good quality leather holsters at very reasonable prices

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    An ACE case holsters from cheaper-then-dirt is only 10.00 and are tuckable and surprisingly well made

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    I actually use the CBST everyday. It has some kydex.... but having it at 2:00 I would guess is not an option. For the 3:30 to 6:00 positions it is an awesome tuckable holster with great support.



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    Take a look at Remora Holsters , have one for my xd 9 mm sub comp.. I wouldnt believe it until I bought one. It also fits in my vehicle safe when I cant carry.

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    Cool

    Gonna go in this direction here.

    Alter Ego

    Matches the Public Secret that I carry the vast majority of the time and it is all cowhide.

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    I have carried AIWB for many years now and find it concealable, easy to protect and quick to deploy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    Gonna go in this direction here.

    Alter Ego

    Matches the Public Secret that I carry the vast majority of the time and it is all cowhide.

    photo.jpg Public Secret
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    I have carried AIWB for many years now and find it concealable, easy to protect and quick to deploy.

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    Very nice! Good choice.
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    i have tried several different named brands and have not found one that worked well. they all worked so - so. they all work well as a plane inside the pants holster only.
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    I have an alien gear holster on order. Great price for a tuckable high quality iwb. Doesnt seem like 2:00 would be a good choice and does have kydex. I will let you know what I think when I get it.

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    Cool

    I went with the Alter Ego and love it.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by XDshooter View Post
    If I may ask, why are you set on the 2:00 position? I also carry a Glock 23, and I carry in a kydex/leather hybrid IWB in the 3:30, just behind my hip. This is perfect in many regards, as it naturally is a little more distant to people that I may be talking to or interacting with, its a natural position for me to draw from, as I am a LEO. It facilitates a very rapid draw, as well. It's also a little more low-profile from the front, which makes concealing the Glock a little easier. AS you know, all Glock models are pretty chubby, and we need every advantage out there to help conceal it. I'm not in any way trying to tell you what to do or how to carry, but you may want to take a moment and evaluate your carry position and method and make absolutely certain that your set-up is right and the most efficient for you.
    For me 2:00 works for concealibility, accessibility and defensibility.

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    When on the job and in uniform my Glock 21SF was carried in a Level III Safariland duty holster in the 3:00 position.

    Regards,

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