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  1. #11
    Personally, I'm partial to Mernickle slide (loop) holsters. I've had several made for various weapons (XD .45, XD 9mm, Taurus 1911) and they work very well for me. I'm a big guy (too much belly) but find wearing the slide holster at 5 o'clock to be very comfortable for extended carry. An added bonus, for me at least, is that when the weapon is removed (say, at work, where I store it in my desk drawer), almost nobody recognizes the holster still on my belt; probably most think it to be a cell phone holder or something. This works for me as I have clients in and out all day and don't need to take up my time with extended conversations about carrying. My .02 cents.

  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by AZSATT View Post
    Me thinks the Mil-Spec belt slide rig may not be a concealed holster... unless you live in the upper midwest and wear a huge parka... then you could sling an M-60 concealed.
    At the risk of being accused of being hostile to SC LEO's, I would like to add that the M-60 crew-servered machine gun falls under NFA rules. For some reason when ever I mention NFA rules people somehow think it is hostile to SC LEO's. Also note if you live in SC, 23-31-310 through 23-31-370 describe additional restrictions put into place by the state of SC on NFA weapons.

    The sixty gun has a rather storied history in various armed conflicts.

  4. #13
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    +1 on the CrossBreed for IWB.

    I like the DeSantis Gunhide holsters. I have the Speed scabbard for the revolver and a thumb-break version for the M&P45 both in black. Fit is good and break in time is quick.

    Holsters are a very personnel thing. Gotta try a few and keep the ones that work.

    You can give peace a chance alright..

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

  5. #14

    Works Great For Me!

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