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I have been carrying my Glock 19 in a Milt Sparks VM-II since 2006. I purchased a Versa Max II for my Sig 228, the holster was stolen. I also purchased a VM-II for My Glock 21. And last year purchased a 55bn for a Gen III Smith and Wesson 6906.

Today I finally got a VM-II for the first handgun I ever owned my Beretta 92. I have always had a love hate relationship with this pistol, but wand to show some love to this gun. I ended up getting the magnetic buttons and boy are they neat.



 

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How do those magnetic buttons work for holding securely? they introduced those with the Nexus holster but I'm glad to see
them on the VM2. The VM2 is one of my favorite holsters.
 

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How do those magnetic buttons work for holding securely? they introduced those with the Nexus holster but I'm glad to see
them on the VM2. The VM2 is one of my favorite holsters.
They hold just was well as the directional snap buttons on my old sparks. I think they are using rare earth magnets. This is pretty slick!
 

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I've never met a Milt Sparks holster that...I didn't LIKE!

Well Bought! :congrats:
 
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Congrats on the Sparks. I own 7 of 'em. Can't do better than a Milt Sparks.
Well...........I thought the same thing too until I bought a TT Gunleather IWB. The TT is so much more comfortable and as well made as the Sparks, maybe even better. I am selling my VM2 and have placed an order for another TT for my full size 1911.

OP, still a beautiful holster and a good buy.
 

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Well...........I thought the same thing too until I bought a TT Gunleather IWB. The TT is so much more comfortable and as well made as the Sparks, maybe even better. I am selling my VM2 and have placed an order for another TT for my full size 1911.

OP, still a beautiful holster and a good buy.

Never heard of TT Leather looked them up they look really nice. Jim Wall at Milt Sparks has always taken really good care of me. I know it seems like all the new gunslingers are buying or rolling their own Kydex, IMHO Kydex doesn't come close to a well made leather holster. Lou Alessi or a Gary Broomland is always some other good choices.
 

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Never heard of TT Leather looked them up they look really nice. Jim Wall at Milt Sparks has always taken really good care of me. I know it seems like all the new gunslingers are buying or rolling their own Kydex, IMHO Kydex doesn't come close to a well made leather holster. Lou Alessi or a Gary Broomland is always some other good choices.
Tim (owner of TT) is a great guy and will answer any questions the same day, totally approachable. And the quality is no doubt on the Sparks level, just beautiful stuff. And Tim puts that extra tab on the bottom portion of the holster that makes it more comfortable against your body. I have zero affiliation with him, I am just a fan of his stuff. Try one and you will be hooked. I have a shark skin trimmed commander and it's such a beauty. Anyway......sorry to veer off topic and I agree a good leather beats kydex any day of the week.
 
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