I'm wearing a G23 in a Galco Miami Classic™ currently as I type this. I bought my first MC about 5 years ago for an H&K USP .45 full size and have been totally committed to them as far as shoulder holsters go. I honestly don't think it's possible to find a better "off the rack" shoulder holster.
Now then, I've not tried every one that's out there, but if you find something that works great, looks good, is comfortable, and makes your gun disappear under just a cover shirt, why buy another brand?
You could do a whole lot worse, but I don't think you could much better. :yup:
Over the years, I have tried a few different shoulder options from Bianchi, Galco and Ken Null. Overall, I found more comfort and range of motion with the Galco “Jackass” (haven't tried the Miami Classic™). There are some other custom designs, although essentially, there are three orientations of carry: angled, vertical & horizontal. What works for one, may not work for another. There are so many variables that include: type, size & weight of weapon, activity level, dress code, ergonomics, body-type, etc. Because of this, just make sure you can return it, if you decide it doesn’t work for you. Refrain from trimming or modifying the holster harness until you're certain that you’ll keep it. This has been my mistake, since I may love it on the first day, but not on the second. BTW: Regardless of price or reputation of the maker; the only one that is the best, is the one you like.
got my first shoulder holster in the 80's. the galco jackass rig, then i moved the miami classic. it is one of the best. a good shoulder holster will wear well all day long. a cheap made one will not. in shoulder holsters you get what you pay for.
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