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  • Bianchi 5

    5 0.62%
  • Bianchi 7

    2 0.25%
  • Blackhawk CQC IWB

    7 0.87%
  • Blackhawk Serpa

    26 3.23%
  • Blackhawk Serpa II OWB

    18 2.24%
  • Blackhawk Serpa with paddle

    27 3.35%
  • Blade-Tech Ultimate Concealed

    13 1.61%
  • Comp-Tac Belt Holster

    1 0.12%
  • Comp-Tac CTAC Holster

    6 0.75%
  • Comp-Tac Infidel

    5 0.62%
  • Comp-Tac Minotaur Gladiator

    3 0.37%
  • Comp-Tac Minotaur MTAC

    38 4.72%
  • Comp-Tac Minotaur Spartan

    2 0.25%
  • Comp-Tac Paddle

    1 0.12%
  • Concealed Comfort Cell Pal

    3 0.37%
  • Crossbreed MicroClip

    3 0.37%
  • Crossbreed MuniTuck

    41 5.09%
  • Crossbreed QwikClip

    6 0.75%
  • Crossbreed Supertuck Deluxe

    312 38.76%
  • Custom Kydex

    22 2.73%
  • Custom Leather

    26 3.23%
  • Desantis Inner Piece IWB

    14 1.74%
  • DeSantis Nemesis

    33 4.10%
  • Desantis pancake with thumb break

    11 1.37%
  • Don Hume

    19 2.36%
  • FIST #20 ADJUSTABLE IWB

    3 0.37%
  • Fobus HK-1-LH

    2 0.25%
  • Fobus standard paddle

    23 2.86%
  • Galco CCP

    1 0.12%
  • Galco Front Pocket Horsehide

    1 0.12%
  • Galco Kingtuck IWB Holster

    28 3.48%
  • Galco Miami Classic Shoulder holster system

    12 1.49%
  • Galco MOB Middle of Back Holster

    3 0.37%
  • Galco N3 IWB Holster

    5 0.62%
  • Galco Pocket Protector Holster

    5 0.62%
  • Galco Push Up Inside The Pant Holster

    0 0%
  • Galco Royal Guard Inside The Pant Holster

    5 0.62%
  • Galco SC2 Inside Pant Holster

    3 0.37%
  • Galco Scout Clip On Inside Pant Holster

    1 0.12%
  • Galco Skyops Holster

    5 0.62%
  • Galco Stow-N-Go Inside The Pant Holster

    11 1.37%
  • Galco Summer Comfort Inside Pant holster

    11 1.37%
  • Galco Triton Kydex IWB Holster

    2 0.25%
  • Galco Tuck-N-Go Inside The Pant Holster

    6 0.75%
  • Galco UDC Ultra Deep Cover Holster

    4 0.50%
  • Galco USA Ultimate Second Amendment

    1 0.12%
  • Galco V-HAWK IWB Holster

    1 0.12%
  • Galco Waistband Inside The Pant

    8 0.99%
  • Galco Walkabout Inside The Pant

    1 0.12%
  • JSHolsters JS IWB

    2 0.25%
  • Kholster

    39 4.84%
  • Kirkpatrick

    4 0.50%
  • Kramer Leather IWB

    9 1.12%
  • Milt Sparks VM-2

    22 2.73%
  • Mitch Rosen rig

    16 1.99%
  • N8squared Tactical

    40 4.97%
  • Pure Kustom Holsters Black Ops Pro

    3 0.37%
  • Raven Concealment

    9 1.12%
  • Ross Leather Pocket Holster

    2 0.25%
  • S&W Fanny Pack

    4 0.50%
  • Smart Carry

    23 2.86%
  • Thunderwear

    5 0.62%
  • Tucker Gunleather Texas Heritage

    6 0.75%
  • AceCase tuckable

    2 0.25%
  • Simply Rugged

    7 0.87%
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Thread: What is the most popular Concealed Carry Holster?

  1. #41
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Location
    Ozark Foothills of Southern Missouri
    Posts
    63

    I Carry In Comfort...

    I carry 5 different handguns (not at the same time...) and use the Kholster holster platform. I carry from a Glock 22 to a CZ82 in autos and from a S&W Mod. 66 .357 to a Rossi Mod. 352 in .38+P.
    It just works for me.
    JPKirkpatrick
    USAF-Ret; NRA Life; CRPA Life; USA Carry Mbr;
    Oath Keepers Chrtr Mbr; USCCA Mbr; HGCA Mbr; Ret Former LEO

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  3. #42
    ....Nice Poll.....For myself it is a "Bianchi 100",,weather its with a Glock,or a SIG,thank you.

  4. #43
    Love, love love my Kholster and I can support a local business at the same time. Super comfortable and keeps my SR9c tucked in close to my body (most holsters give me the "old west gunslinger" look since I have hips lol). Also the fact that I can customize it by trimming it to a size/shape that is user friendly without voiding the warranty - priceless!
    Last edited by imadragonkeeper; 01-28-2011 at 02:59 PM. Reason: typo
    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=10730&dateline=128672  7754
    "Don't retreat - reload" - Sarah Palin

  5. #44
    Hands down! Silent Thunder by Garrett Industries. Yes, I'm affiliated with Garrett. It was my favorite before I went to work there. I like it because it is a great concealment holster, as well as open carry. I've never owned a holster with a better or smoother draw.
    The Second Amendment is clear, concise, and not open to interpretation.

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  6. #45
    Join Date
    Jan 2011
    Location
    Travel the USA
    Posts
    5

    It is without question: my "Cover Up IWB" by Tucker Leather

    If it is concealed: that is what it should be and no one should be able to tell that you have a gun on! When I went to a Weapons training class, the instructor was looking for guns to make sure they were unloaded and he could not even tell that I had my Kimber 1911 Pro Crimson Carry II inside my pant's waste band, under my tucked in shirt. It also had a loaded 8 round mag and ED Brown Maxi mag well.

    It is so comfortable that you cannot even tell that you have it on. The rough side is out as advised by Rob Longenecker, which helps to hold it right where you put it and the smooth side in reduces gun wear.

    I have found that the tightness of your belt draws the gun’s grip into your side. The way the J hook is attached to the holster with the built in spacer allows the shirt to be tucked in easily over the gun and at the same time tilts the top of the gun into your side.
    This holster is so comfortable that I cannot understand why someone else has not voted for this holster and why this holster is not a selection on the voting list!
    I can't vote for something that isn't on the list, but I guess they can't have all the holsters made on the list.
    Holster can be seen at: http://rlcompanyusa.stores.yahoo.net/coverupiwb.html
    Keep on makin great holsters Tucker and thanks Rob for the advice!
    Last edited by crzdude; 01-29-2011 at 01:17 PM. Reason: To correct contact name

  7. #46
    I carry a S&W 4513 TSW in a Galco jackass sholder rig.


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  8. #47
    Join Date
    Dec 2010
    Location
    Ozark Foothills of Southern Missouri
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    63

    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by imadragonkeeper View Post
    Love, love love my Kholster and I can support a local business at the same time. Super comfortable and keeps my SR9c tucked in close to my body (most holsters give me the "old west gunslinger" look since I have hips lol). Also the fact that I can customize it by trimming it to a size/shape that is user friendly without voiding the warranty - priceless!
    Dragon, have you tried using "Mink Oil" on the leather? It makes the leather really soft and pliable. Recommended by Jimmy at Kholster!
    I agree with your comments totally!
    JPKirkpatrick
    USAF-Ret; NRA Life; CRPA Life; USA Carry Mbr;
    Oath Keepers Chrtr Mbr; USCCA Mbr; HGCA Mbr; Ret Former LEO


  9. #49
    Quote Originally Posted by JPKirkpatrick View Post
    Dragon, have you tried using "Mink Oil" on the leather? It makes the leather really soft and pliable. Recommended by Jimmy at Kholster!
    I agree with your comments totally!

    I have been caring for leather saddles and bridles for over 30 years so I have all sorts of things to soften and treat leather. I actually used neatsfoot oil and a weatherproofing conditioner which helped to smooth and soften the edges after I cut them. It is now soft, pliable and sweat resistant to boot :)
    http://www.usacarry.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=10730&dateline=128672  7754
    "Don't retreat - reload" - Sarah Palin

  10. #50
    none of the above, I like the Don Hume JIT slide
    Roy
    Dacono CO
    CCW, Ruger LCR, Winchester 94, S&W 686-3

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