This is a discussion on Glock 27 CC Holster within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; I'm new to carrying concealed and I've just purchased a Glock 27 to carry. I am looking for suggestions on a IWB holster for the ...
I'm new to carrying concealed and I've just purchased a Glock 27 to carry. I am looking for suggestions on a IWB holster for the Glock. I'm a bigger guy and I typically wear jeans with a tucked in western shirt. Thanks in advance for the help.
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Left Handed, Right Handed, Appendix , Cross draw, On the hip, Small of back, Kydex, Leather, Belly Band... and it goes on. Including price ranges from a few bucks to in the Hundreds. How do you want to carry. (I guess you want a tuckable Inside the Waistband). I would start with the Holster Maker s That sponsor this sight and then expand if you can't find anything that interest you.
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Hi Burnstd! Welcome to the forum from Texas. This is a great place to learn and to share! I carry a 3rd Gen Glock 30 SF. Congrats on deciding to conceal carry and protect yourself and your loved ones.
I agree with Kennydale. You need to decide how you want to carry. Keep this in mind, though. Despite all the research you do on holsters, you will end up with a drawer full of holsters you never wear, some holsters you wear on occasion, and one or two that will be your EDC holster. For me, I generally carry in either a belly band (The Original Belly Band Made in USA) when I need to tuck in my shirt and will not be wearing a cover garment, or a Remora. I also have a Sticky, an AlienGear, and a High Noon tuckable - all for my Glock 30 SF. I also use the belly band when I work out.
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The "King Tuk" is a nice hybrid for allowing you to tuck-in your shirt and carry around the 4 O'Clock position.
Also, the Galco 'Easy Tuk' from OpticsPlanet.com may work for you.
I have used them both for my 45acp Colt and found them comfortable (I'm 6'5 and 295lbs) I keep my G27 in a minimal 'Galco Executive' Black Leather shoulder Rig from OpticsPlanet.com at ~$80. it is excellent for long drives or cold weather carry.
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Been CCing for 30 years, and nothing beats leather for comfort. Kydex is painful against my body. Half kydex and leather still is half as comfortable as all leather.
I think the best deal going is a DeSantis Mad Max. Amaxon 57 bucks.
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I carry mine in a Milt Sparks VM2 or Crossbreed Supertuck
I have a king tuck I'm around 6'3 350 I carry a 27 with jeans and a t shirt
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