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Recently I acquired myself a Glock 19 gen 4 with tlr-1 and as you guessed it I'm searching for a holster.

I have been looking at bravo concealment rtt as I want an iwb that can double for owb use. I also like they have provisions for suppressor sights and a threaded barrel.

Owb use seems great for the price but how's the comfort when iwb?

I'm 6', 245 lbs, left handed, 42-44 inch waist.
I prefer the placement about 11 o-clock as that will be least printable (that a word?) For me when I work.

We do have open carry here but that is a headache I prefer to avoid.

Yes I'm exercising my right but the sheep here will be calling the cops "HES GOT A GUN".

No thanks.

So how's the bravo?
 

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Welcome from Mississippi! I'm not familiar with that holster. I use the Galco King Tuk and it's a very comfortable holster.
 

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Welcome to the forum. There are so many holsters made for Glocks, the problem is finding just the right one for you. My build is thin and I find OWB to be much more comfortable for everything but the thinnest pistols. You can get dozens of good holster recommendations, but the only way to determine the best for you is, I hate to say it, trial and error. You should be able to find some decent used holsters for your pistol if you hunt around.
 

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Welcome from the Lone Star State and Happy New Year!
 
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Welcome from Wisconsin!

Holster selections seem to be based on personal preferences. Most of us will develop a drawerful of them until we find just the right one. Then there's warm weather & cold weather carry. I have a couple of them for each. LOL.
 
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Welcome from Virginia.
 
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Welcome to Defensive Carry :wave: The best forum for sharing ideas and experience.

Help us keep this forum great by remembering the Golden Rule: Please treat others as you want to be treated.

I am from Kansas.
 

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Welcome from Wisconsin!
 
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Thank you all for the warm welcome.

I decided to try the bravo bca holster, if it doesn't work out I can use it for another hobby.

I'm honestly not keen on most hybrid holsters as the belly could push the "sweat guard" into the trigger guard.

Problem is it's impossible for me to use any position from 9-6 because of how my cloths fit.
I'm hoping 10-11 will work for me, only problem will be when I'm sitting in a vehicle which is 75℅ of my job.

Rest of my job I'm upright, I'm a ornamental and turf specialist and we use backpack spraying equipment so I can't put anything from my 9oclock back.

This will be an odd transition but I will adapt, even if I have to go at 12o, being a driver I may do cross draw say at 1-2 and help mitigate interface from my work equipment.
 
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