There are two things which you must never do "cheap." A good gun belt and a good HOLSTER. Yes there are exotics that cost a mint and you don't need that. But a GOOD holster is going to run you $60-$100 PERIOD. I recommend, Galco, Blade Tech, Milt Sparks, DeSantis as all offering what you need. But IWB in particular requires two things:Ridge Runner said:Looking for an inexpensive but practical one.
Well, which do you want? :biggrin: As ExSoldier said, this is not the place to skimp. The Milt Sparks Versa Max II works real well for my Commander-size 1911. I'm sure you'll be fine with any of the quality holster makers (Del Fatti, Brommeland, et al). The only "general" rule I would add is that in my experience, leather IWB holsters are more comfortable than Kydex.Ridge Runner said:Looking for an inexpensive but practical one.
OTOH, I have been known to fall asleep in my Lay-Z-Boy chair wearing a Blade Tech IWB and a Glock M30 which is a fat pistol. I find Blade Tech IWB's to be incredibly comfortable. I also like my Milt Sparks Summer Special and my Sam Andrews McDaniel II. The upside to those leather IWB's is that I can also wear a Browning Hi-Power fairly easily in the same holster.SSKC said:The only "general" rule I would add is that in my experience, leather IWB holsters are more comfortable than Kydex.SSKC