True, but if it doesn't work out, custom holsters tend to sell quick. I've picked up a Brommeland MaxCon V and a Sparks Watch Six(still gotta test them out)that way. The only OWB holster I have is a Wilson Combat Practical-in black sharkskin(if my shooting doesn't impress, thought my leather should). Concealable under a light garment like a parka, but it is comfortable.Bumper said:There's so many choices it is hard to figure out what would work the best. I guess that's the downside of custom work you can't try it before you buy.
Thanks, Scratchy. I better look back over Gary's website, I didn't know he made a belt holster.scratchy wilson said:Forgot to mention, Gary Brommeland also has a DefCon OWB-I don't recall the number offhand-and it's one I've been giving serious consideration to.
I like it without a strap for normal carry. I wouldn't mind having a strap on a holster I wore to the range or when we are out prospecting, but around town where I'm carrying for primarily defensive situations I prefer no strap. This holster has a screw that is adjustable to increase tension on the gun and decrease the chances it might get loose during a scuffle.Prospector said:You bring in another aspect for holster selection...strap or strapless. That's one I'm sure about.