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View Poll Results: What Type of Holster Do You Prefer To Carry 51% of the Time?

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  • IWB

    48 58.54%
  • OWB

    22 26.83%
  • Shoulder

    2 2.44%
  • Ankle

    0 0%
  • Pocket

    9 10.98%
  • other

    1 1.22%
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Thread: What Type of Holster Do You Prefer To Carry the Mojority of the Time?

  1. #21
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    Great answers so far guys and gals ... keep it up!
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  3. #22
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    I Pocket Carry most of the time, like right now! I carry my .380 TCP in either a Blackhawk #1 Pocket Holster, or a NKJ small Pocket Holster. I sometimes carry my Taurus 709 in a NKJ large Pocket Holster too, but mostly I carry it IWB with a Don Hume 715 Holster. I carry my PT145 or Rossi 46102 during the winter months in OWB Holsters.
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  4. #23
    I just purchased a Blackhawk Serpa level two holster. I couldn't be happier with it. In my humble opinion, it's an excellent holster and very reasonably priced.

  5. #24
    I have a XD9SC and use a Galco Matrix or a Blackhack Serpa holster. The Galco is quicker to put on and take off but I really like the locking mechanism on the Serpa and the audible "klick" when holstering.

  6. #25

    Kramer IWB#2

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    I like Kramer IWB#2 holsters the best, because it conceals my guns best, and in horse hide last forever, and I can get to my gun fast, etc..

  7. #26
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    For me it's the Null Vampire cross draw driving holster. 90% of the time it's shorts & t-shirts where I live, the Vampire makes for easy concealment and all around comfort for my snubby.
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  8. #27
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    Im really surprised no one carries an ankle holster.
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  9. #28
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    As said before, Crossbreed Supertuck - hands down.
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  10. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by OCCI View Post
    Im really surprised no one carries an ankle holster.
    I've been considering an ankle holster for my Walter PPK/S or a small revolver. The reason I haven't to date is that I usually wear some type of boots, but I may give it a shot. Do you have a good recommendation? Thanks!

    Irish

  11. #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishcopper View Post
    I've been considering an ankle holster for my Walter PPK/S or a small revolver. The reason I haven't to date is that I usually wear some type of boots, but I may give it a shot. Do you have a good recommendation? Thanks!

    Irish
    Ive heard the Velcro ones with perhaps a J-frame revolver is pretty concealed. I think it all depends on weather and clothing if its viable.
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