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  1. IWB Holster? for use w/o Undershirt?

    New kid on the block, so if i missed a previous post on this lead me to it. Looking for a IWB holster for a sp101, and looking for the right one. The issue is i hate undershirts! My usual dress is jeans, and a polo shirt,for the weekend a t-shirt.With some tucking. The holsters i plan on getting are several, 1st choice is a ankle Holster, 2nd Thunderwear or i should say on order. (waiting on the state license)New too). So i am open to ideas for the IWB 2-3 oclock that can be worn with out a under shirt, that will not rub me raw.

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    I love my Crossbreed holsters. Try the SuperTuck Deluxe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukem View Post
    I love my Crossbreed holsters. Try the SuperTuck Deluxe.

    SuperTuck Deluxe
    Thats what I have. I dont need an undershirt

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    I also use the Supertuck without a under shirt. Think you would be very happy with one.
    Good luck
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    Doesn't use under shirt
    uses a Don Hume holster
    Just make sure to perform routine maintenance on your firearm as sweat can become an issue if you are lax.

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    I wore a Tucker Silent Thunder, leather-lined Kydex IWB holster all summer, without an undershirt and without any problem.
    Last edited by reb55; 10-07-2010 at 08:21 PM. Reason: clarification

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    word of advice.

    stay away from kydex if you are not going to wear a t-shirt. Also Ruger SP101 is not an ankle gun that is kinda heavy for that it is going to jerk when you walk, unless you want to walk like John Wane

    I agree the crossbreed is an excellent choice, but make sure you get the horse hide it stands up really good to sweat and remeber to clean your gun every other day just to make sure it is not getting rust.

    if you want to ankle carry get a Ruger LCR in 38spl or 357.

    and if youare going to be carrying 24/7 just remeber to carry something light for you, but make sure it packs a punch :)


    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retired Grunt View Post
    Doesn't use under shirt
    uses a Don Hume holster
    Just make sure to perform routine maintenance on your firearm as sweat can become an issue if you are lax.
    +1 on that. My Taurus PT140 rusted really easy when I carried without a tshirt. One of the reasons I switched to Glock. Never had that problem with my G26.


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    CrossBreed SuperTuck Gets 2 Thumbs up...

    This guy Gary Brommeland, makes custom stuff. A little more money and a little bit of a wait, but very comfortable.
    Holsters Concealment Systems Gunleather Concealed Carry for Weapons

    He takes customer service as seriously as he does his leather craft...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    I have been wanting to get one of His holsterd for a while. Just not had enoguh time and $$$ to commit to one.

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