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I use the 715 IWB belt CLIP GOOD HOLSTER FOR THE $$
 

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I've carried my P7 in one and it did a fine job.

VERY basic but it does what it's supposed to do.
 

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Quality holster for the money. Got mine pretty quick from gunnersalley.com. I wore it every work day for about six months until I received a KD Laredo for the G23.
 

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I have a couple differnet don Hume holsters, a mag pouch, and a speed loader pouch, all good by me.
 

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Just got in and took off my Glock 27 I carry in a H721 OT. I also carry a spare magazine in a Don Hume D417 mag holder. Once the holster is broken in it is very comfortable to wear all day. They are usually tight at first and the best way to break it in is to wrap the gun in a couple of layers of plastic wrap and shove the gun in it and leave it there for a couple of days.

H721 O.T. [H721 O.T.] - $48.00 : Don Hume Leathergoods, manufactures high quality leather and nylon goods.

D417 [D417] - $28.20 : Don Hume Leathergoods, manufactures high quality leather and nylon goods.

Bought mine from Jamie at Rogue Elite. He is a sponsor here on DC.

RogueElite.net - Elite Tactical and Conceal Carry Apparel, Gear and Accessories
 

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It looks like it carries well. In time that should go away, once it cuts its grove from the use. I've started using my Fobus Paddle Holster for EDC with my CW9. If I had to choose one carry method, I'd go OWB for comfort.:bier:
 

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Terrible experience

I thought they were good until the clip ripped a 4 inch gash in my leather seat in my car. I am left handed and wore the holster at 4 O'Clock position. This happen while in was getting into the car. The bottom lip of the metal clip points out from the body and makes a nice knife blade.
Even if your right handed I can see the same problem if you twist in your seat.
The rip could not be repaired. I had to have that section of the seat replaced. Really pissed me off and I will never wear that holster again, By the way I was wearing a heavy Teeshirt over the holster. It might have ridden up as I was getting into the car.
Can you image going to someones house who has leather furniture. How do you say your sorry about wreaking their furniture. Quote the 2nd amendment?
 

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I have two Don Hume IWB clip holsters and I like them. One is for my Beretta 92 and one is for my 1911's. Are they the best holsters I own? No, not by a long shot, but for the money, they are very good - very good indeed. I have no regrets in spending money on a Don Hume product.
 

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You wont be sorry with your purchase. You cant beat the quality you get for the price.
 

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I just received my 721 thumb break from gunners alley. It took quite a while since I need a lefty. I like it, but kinda wish I had gone for the O.T. Might have to order one of those too so I have options.
 

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I got a 721 OT for a 1911 last year, for use in a training class where IWBs weren't allowed. I liked the fit and the medium rise. The only problem I had was that we did maybe a hundred draw-and-fire drills, and the back flap (the one that protects your love handle) got caught on the thumb safety and occasionally interfered with one-handed re-holstering. But considering the modest cost of the holster, I can't complain.
 

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I have two Hume holsters, one belt and one mag carrier and I have to say that they are superb for the money. I own some very expensive, wonderful custom holstes but I could certainly have done just fine with Hume products, OWB 715, belt slide #30 and his belt.
 

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Holsters IMHO are like boots, you get what you pay for. I have the DH holster mentioned for my G23 and it works OK. But like an OK boot vs. a high end model there are differences. No complaints but a better piece is in my future.

One thing about buying a less expensive model is deciding if this is the way you want to carry without spending next months mortgage payment. You're out less money if you decide against it. And if you do like it the less expensive model will do until you get that higher quality unit. :hand10:
 

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Can anyone give me info on Don Humes H721 O.T. open top?
I have only one but it is extremely comfortable and conceals my Ruger SP-101 revolver very securely. It is well made and relatively inexpensive compared to other holsters in it's class. One thing I like about them is the sweatshield. For me a must in either IWB of OWB holsters. Here is mine.
 
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