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  1. #31
    Lets not forget about Blade-tech or Raven Concealment Both vary good IWB and OWB holster makers for the price. I just ordered a Bobby Mcgee Nano pro series IWB and a double mag pouch from Blade-tech. But if you need a good holster now and cant wait I would pick one up from a dealer. My wait time for my holster is going on three weeks now.

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    Just got by CrossBreed supertuck in the mail yesterday, wife didn't tell me about it until today so I will let everyone know at the end of day how comfortable it is.

  4. If you want a lined kydex holster, check out Tucker Gun Leathers "Silent Thunder" line of holsters.
    I've never used one, but have heard good things about them.

  5. #34
    What about Milt Sparks VM2 or the Milt Sparks Watch Six? Are they over hyped?
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  6. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    Lets not forget about Blade-tech or Raven Concealment Both vary good IWB and OWB holster makers for the price. I just ordered a Bobby Mcgee Nano pro series IWB and a double mag pouch from Blade-tech. But if you need a good holster now and cant wait I would pick one up from a dealer. My wait time for my holster is going on three weeks now.
    I got my Blade-tech nano iwb several weeks ago and it was well worth the 2 week wait. It conceals my Glock 30 very nicely. Prolly my favorite holster in my drawer. You should be very happy with it. Now im looking into the Blade-tech magazine/ flashlight combo carrier to match. Great product and great customer service.

  7. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by g30sheepdog View Post
    I got my Blade-tech nano iwb several weeks ago and it was well worth the 2 week wait. It conceals my Glock 30 very nicely. Prolly my favorite holster in my drawer. You should be very happy with it. Now im looking into the Blade-tech magazine/ flashlight combo carrier to match. Great product and great customer service.
    LOL I'm driving my self nuts I keep logging into my account and checking my order history and it keeps saying processing. I cant carry till it gets here because my OWB holster drives me nuts seems like every time I do something the shirt pulls up and exposes the M&P40. While it's not a big deal as open carry is totally legal in my state. I'M not one of them attention nuts who has to have everyone looking at him so I don't open carry. If I like the holster I'M going to order a tactical drop leg with light holster.

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  8. #37
    I am kinda partial to Khosters my self , they are adjustable and Tuck-able and you can trim them to suit your self , They hold me in in the right place to make them more concealable. Im old amd a little over weight.

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  9. #38
    Quote Originally Posted by S&WM&P40 View Post
    LOL I'm driving my self nuts I keep logging into my account and checking my order history and it keeps saying processing. I cant carry till it gets here because my OWB holster drives me nuts seems like every time I do something the shirt pulls up and exposes the M&P40. While it's not a big deal as open carry is totally legal in my state. I'M not one of them attention nuts who has to have everyone looking at him so I don't open carry. If I like the holster I'M going to order a tactical drop leg with light holster.
    Hang in there, you should be getting your holster any day now. When I ordered mine they told me it would take 3-4 weeks to arrive. I was very surprised when it arrived in only 2 weeks. I agree with you about not open carrying. Its legal in Oregon too but Ive never done it. I think it gives up the tactical advantage one gets when carrying concealed. I feel open carry is more for making a political statement, and i just don't want that much attention.

    Im sure you will like your new holster. Its very light weight, sturdy, and secure.

  10. #39
    Quote Originally Posted by Rotorflyr View Post
    If you want a lined kydex holster, check out Tucker Gun Leathers "Silent Thunder" line of holsters.
    I've never used one, but have heard good things about them.
    It's what I ended up going with. Actually I bought two of them. And I'm probably going to be ordering another soon.

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  11. #40
    Kholsters are excellent for larger frame guns. There's a break-in period, but the Kydex holds the unit very securely. Very adjustable for depth and cant.

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