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  1. Looking for Kydex Owb holster

    Once again I'm posting this topic but adjusting the title a little more. Looking for a Kydex owb holster for my Springfield XD 45 4" barrel any recommendations other than Raven concealment.

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    From ar15.com

    ** If anybody has a review on the holsters, feel free to post the page as I will link it on this first post**

    Peters Custom Holsters <––-Good to go! Review

    SharkTac Holsters <––- NOT Good to go Shotty workmanship, too expensive, near impossible to get hold of

    NTAC Holsters <––- Good to go!

    Atomic Dog Holsters <––- Good to go! Review, Info Thread

    Kaluban Cloak Holsters <––- Good to go!

    Personal Security Holsters <––- Good to go! Review

    Exo Concealment

    Kolbeson Leatherworks (Provides both Kydex and Leather)

    Secret City Weaponeers (Looks incredibly promising, link to introduction of Secret City) <––- Good to go!

    JMC Custom Holsters (ITS Tactical review)

    Cane And Derby <––- Good to go! Discussion

    Pitbull Tactical

    Casino Custom Holster

    Patriot Concealment

    JM Custom Kydex

    Rule of Concealment

    Armordillo Concealment

    Hideous Holsters

    Multi holsters

    Philly edc

    Spartan Holsters (mine)

    Blackhawk serpa

    Safariland

    So many more.
    “One of the illusions of life is that the present hour is not the critical, decisive one.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson

  5. Quote Originally Posted by Firefighterchen View Post
    From ar15.com

    ** If anybody has a review on the holsters, feel free to post the page as I will link it on this first post**

    Peters Custom Holsters <––-Good to go! Review

    SharkTac Holsters <––- NOT Good to go Shotty workmanship, too expensive, near impossible to get hold of

    NTAC Holsters <––- Good to go!

    Atomic Dog Holsters <––- Good to go! Review, Info Thread

    Kaluban Cloak Holsters <––- Good to go!

    Personal Security Holsters <––- Good to go! Review

    Exo Concealment

    Kolbeson Leatherworks (Provides both Kydex and Leather)

    Secret City Weaponeers (Looks incredibly promising, link to introduction of Secret City) <––- Good to go!

    JMC Custom Holsters (ITS Tactical review)

    Cane And Derby <––- Good to go! Discussion

    Pitbull Tactical

    Casino Custom Holster

    Patriot Concealment

    JM Custom Kydex

    Rule of Concealment

    Armordillo Concealment

    Hideous Holsters

    Multi holsters

    Philly edc

    Spartan Holsters (mine)

    Blackhawk serpa

    Safariland

    So many more.
    I was meaning if anyone had any experience to give good recommendations sure Google helps but hearing other hands on opinions are nice.

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    I have one for my Glock as well as a single magazine holder from these folks and love it! Palmetto Tactical Gear

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    Again, I prefer the Blackhawk Serpa, please see my reply to you the last time you asked. I gave many good reasons for recommending it.
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by wolf_fire View Post
    Again, I prefer the Blackhawk Serpa, please see my reply to you the last time you asked. I gave many good reasons for recommending it.
    I appreciate the input but I'm not a fan of any button style retentions on a holster. Hearf about too many people having issues of sanf or dirt getting inside the button and not allowing you to draw the weapon and alot of times people have had to break the holster to get the gun out. Thanks again just not what I prefer. Law enforcement wouldn't use them if they weren't required to I know officers that say having the retention is just another thing to get in the way when you need it (even with the button being where it is it still adds another unnecessary process to drawing your weapon).

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    Quote Originally Posted by rekotadrekoj187 View Post
    I appreciate the input but I'm not a fan of any button style retentions on a holster. Hearf about too many people having issues of sanf or dirt getting inside the button and not allowing you to draw the weapon and alot of times people have had to break the holster to get the gun out. Thanks again just not what I prefer. Law enforcement wouldn't use them if they weren't required to I know officers that say having the retention is just another thing to get in the way when you need it (even with the button being where it is it still adds another unnecessary process to drawing your weapon).
    Then try Kholster. They have a new OWB holster. I have enjoyed Kholsters products for almost as much time as they have been around. I didn't mention them, since I so much prefer the Serpa for an EDC OWB.

    I disagree with your reasons for not liking the serpa. First, the "button" is a simple lever that dirt and grime cannot affect. If this isn't your style, then it isn't your style. I'm also surprised to hear any LEO say that any retention is something to get in the way of getting to your firearm, since every LEO I know wishes to have at least one level of retention in case a BG tries to take your weapon. Again, if that's not your style, it's not your style.

    Take a look at Kholster though. You may enjoy that instead.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
    ~ Benjamin Franklin (maybe)

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