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    Anyone have any experience with Fist Holsters? I'm looking at their #4 Kydex Tuckable for a Glock 26 (or 27 if I end up buying one).
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    I don't have any personal experience, but I have researched them some. I do not recall reading anything bad about them, but I have read many good things.
    David

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    I can't attest to the quality of their holsters; however, their archery quivers are A+ top-notch items. With that in mind, I wouldn't hesitate buying a Fist holster if it suits your specific needs.

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    I have a #1 Clip Holster and a #8 Close Cropped Shortcut. Both are very well made and work great. I got them for my Glock 27.

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    Tucker makes a great IWB, and mika also makes a great pocket holster.
    Just a couple more to look at, I know there are lots of holsters manufactures.
    These two are good brands. You just try to eliminate buying the ones that are going to end up sitting on the shelf.
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  7. I have 3 of them and I like them

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    Quote Originally Posted by maybejim View Post
    Anyone have any experience with Fist Holsters? I'm looking at their #4 Kydex Tuckable for a Glock 26 (or 27 if I end up buying one).
    The only Fist holster I have purchased was a #12 for a Smith J frame. It was for my son-in-law for Christmas, and I did not have time to wait several months. I received it probably within 4-6 weeks, and maybe less.

    I was well pleased with it, and if I didn't have a J-Frame holster on order from Alessi I would get another #12 for my own J-Frames. I like the muzzle to clear the holster by the time it gets to the top of the belt. The #12 for the J-Frame is designed that way, but others seem to ride a little higher.

    If you like the design, it is my opinion that the quality will be very satisfactory. I do own holsters by some of the absolute top makers.

    Regards,
    Jerry

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    I ordered the #4 Fist and like it but find it rides too low. It conceals better but is difficult to draw from. It's a tossup but I think I prefer to be able to draw easier.
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    I have about 9 Fist Holsters and love them! My favorite is the #K1. that is the model I have for all my guns that I carry. I only use IWB. Make sure you have a gun belt!
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