Garrett Industries Silent thunder holster - Glock 19/23

Garrett Industries Silent thunder holster - Glock 19/23

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    Garrett Industries Silent thunder holster - Glock 19/23

    Selling my Garrett industries Silent thunder G19/23 holster. Its a AIWB holster, kydex/leather combo. Like new, very comfortable, well made - great holster, I've just got a few others I use, this one just takes up space in a drawer. Look em up, sell new for $85, selling for $50 + shipping and paypal fee. Thanks!

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    Was wondering what you didn't like about it......was considering one for a Glock 30sf.

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    Not really anything I don't like, REALLY - not just bs'ing to sell it. I've just been spoiled by my first holster - high noon mr softy. It's just so soft of leather and thin that its really like not having a holster almost - BUT, its not tuckable, the clip SUCKS (but I changed mine) and you don't get a combat grip (which REALLY isn't the best for draws) but I've just gotten so used to it. That and I just got a Dale Fricke archangle holster for when I do want/need a combat grip.

    Trust me, before I got the silent thunder I looked at all the reviews I could find- couldn't find a bad one, I've had it for months - can't say a bad thing about it. I could have sent it back and got a refund, but I knew it was a great holster once I used it. The fact its tuckable is so SWEET, and the clips are the best I've ever seen for dissappearing on a belt. But like I said, I've just got other options I use. If your on the fence - I totally recommend it, get it, you won't be sorry - if so you can return it for a full refund within the first 7 days.
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    I'll take it. Send me your paypal info and total for shipping to 75006 business address.
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    I have two of these holsters (different gun brands) & also two High Noons as well, both are great holsters.
    I use the Silent Thunder the most.....it will also carry a G26 & a G27 as well.
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    Sale pending.
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    Sold.
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