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01-09-2010, 23:32
Just bought a new G36... curious what holster you guys like to carry yours in... thanks!

01-10-2010, 11:50
I have and use one of the following depending on needs.

Crossbreed Supertuck, horse hide IWB
Kholster IWB
Serpa level 2 sportster (has belt and paddle capability)
Gould & Goodrich (old) for duty belt, Serpa is superior to this old holster
Fobus paddle (not very substantial)

I see many I would like to try but finances prevent spontaneous purchases.

I have to many holsters but not enough, one never knows until it's tried. :supergrin:

Jim S.
01-17-2010, 07:25
C.B. Supertuck for in the waistband, and a DeSantis Speed Holster for outside.

01-17-2010, 20:06
I just got the Outside Waistband Crossbreed Ohai. Like it a lot. Holds it flush against my waist and is very comfortable.

01-18-2010, 17:01

01-19-2010, 10:45
I use a Bearclaw Kydex IWB. Works fab for me.

01-19-2010, 14:37
So far I've been using my "Smart Carry" holster. It works really well. But I just ordered a Mitch Rosen Clipper for it. I have one for my Kahr MK9 and it's such a nice holster and is so easy to take on and off.

I need to find a good double mag pouch for mine though. My Blackhawk ain't cuttin it for me.

01-24-2010, 21:39
Milt Sparks 'Watch Six' IWB, thin and comfortable.:cool:

01-25-2010, 12:42
Glock Sport/Combat. Thought it was a "Mickey-Mouse" carry option - until I tried one. Inside trigger guard retention nubbin can also be sanded down for easier withdrawl. Good Luck

01-25-2010, 13:04
To wear all day, TT GunLeather Mike's Special IWB...beautiful and comfortable custom holster for under $100!

For quick on-off, ProCarry HD from The Holster Store...these are great for around $30!

01-30-2010, 12:41
C-TAC, Glock Combat Slde, Andrews McDaniel rig, Blackhawk leather Askins style, duty rig Safariland 6280 for Glock 23.
Elite Combat Systems pocket holster (rare)

the perfesser
01-30-2010, 20:39
Has anyone used the Don Hume J.I.T. slide?

02-02-2010, 15:48
Looking at Hume JIT also. Seems to be popular in Pacific NW. Glock's SC until....maybe never.

02-02-2010, 19:40
MTAC-IWB.........The best.......:cool:

the perfesser
02-02-2010, 22:51

Have a J.I.T. for a Kahr PM9 and had to do the old-pistol-in-a-plastic-sandwich-bag-inside- moistened-inner-surface-of-holster-overnight trick. But that worked well, so I'm experienced if I have to do it for the G36. Can't beat the price, though. I own, but have never used, a Bianchi 100 Professional IWB. Seems fine, but one should order size 11, not the smaller size that the Bianchi website advises. And the Fobus works fine at the range.

02-03-2010, 06:54
MTAC-IWB.........The best.......:cool:

+1 for the MTAC. I love it!

The Habit
02-03-2010, 07:43
While I don't have my G36 yet (should be here early next week), I plan to carry it in the same Galco M7X Matrix that I use for my G23. It's cheap, easy on/off, good weapon retention, no maintenance, and rides high and tight. I'm an OWB only guy and the M7X is definitely my preferred Glock holster.

With that said, I have a UBG Regulator for my HK P7 which is very, very nice. Great leather, easy on/off, super comfy, awesome price, relatively quick turnaround... so, I'll probably be pretty tempted to order one for my G36 as well.

Pappy John
02-03-2010, 07:56
Raven Concealment, Phantom, for now.

I'm thinking about ordering a K&D rig for it though. I have one of their Dakota Defenders for my 26, and like it a lot.

03-15-2011, 10:10
(sorry, wrong thread...)

03-15-2011, 18:42
fist, IWB..bought it for my 27 but sold the 27 and the 36 fits perfect in it.

03-18-2011, 18:10

03-18-2011, 18:21
Mitch Rosen 5JR

03-20-2011, 20:48
Glock Sport/Combat. Thought it was a "Mickey-Mouse" carry option - until I tried one. Inside trigger guard retention nubbin can also be sanded down for easier withdrawl. Good Luck

I agree with all of this post.

I also have a Milt Sparks Summer Special II IWB leather that I prefer over others I've tried. It's pricey, but will outlast you. The Don Hume leather is cheap and works fine, about $35 at any gunshow.

03-20-2011, 20:51
Mitch Rosen 5JR

I have a rosen ARG but I'm not happy with it. The holster is not very stable, although it's designed to allow a little movement.
My finest holster has ALWAYS been my Kramer horsehide. No contest.

03-07-2012, 16:57
Does the G36 have much more recoil over the g30 that you have to use a grip sleeve?

My old G30 was a ***** cat to shoot with most loads.

lethal tupperwa
03-07-2012, 17:38
this is the thinnest most adjustable one get it with the j-hook.

L Pete
03-09-2012, 15:45
I've got a Pj holster. It's very thin, very light, and seems to ride well.

03-10-2012, 02:01
Crossbreed supertuck W/Lasergaurd. Also a good cheap holster that is getting a lot of carry time lately is a Bare Asset from High Noon Holsters. $30 bucks and very comfy.

Woody Jones
03-15-2012, 05:30
I use a MIC most of the time, but sometimes a Shielded Holsters Phalanx.

04-11-2012, 05:29
Shielded Holsters Phalanx that was made for my G23/27.

It is the most comfortable and stable holsters. I have a Crossbreed Supertuck for my P220 with kydex clips (j clips). I switched to steel clips from Shielded Holsters. It's stable, now.

Front Sight
04-17-2012, 19:06
I don't have one but the Mikes Special Holster by TT Leather sure looks very impressive and it is reasonably priced. When I get a G36 that is the holster I will be using.