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DS26
03-14-2011, 21:01
I'm sure this has been covered and maybe beaten to death but I'm new so please forgive me. I just got a Glock 26 G4 I looking for info about a good outside high hip holster. I have been told to stay away from plastic holsters as they can scratch the gun. I'm leaning toward a clip on not a belt but this isn't written in stone any thoughts welcome. This is my first gun so I'm new to the concept of carrying and what is good bad or dreadful.

glock2740
03-14-2011, 21:17
2 words. Crossbreed Supertuck. :thumbsup:

Warp
03-14-2011, 21:22
I'm sure this has been covered and maybe beaten to death but I'm new so please forgive me. I just got a Glock 26 G4 I looking for info about a good outside high hip holster. I have been told to stay away from plastic holsters as they can scratch the gun. I'm leaning toward a clip on not a belt but this isn't written in stone any thoughts welcome. This is my first gun so I'm new to the concept of carrying and what is good bad or dreadful.

2 words. Crossbreed Supertuck. :thumbsup:

Check again.

cptdean
03-14-2011, 21:55
I'm partial to the UBG Regulator (www.ubgholsters.com). Excellent quality at a great price, and a fairly quick turnaround on order.

johntom
03-14-2011, 22:00
Try the glock sport/combat holster, I think it will be exactly what youre looking for and can be had for $10-15

Reswob
03-14-2011, 22:02
I'm sure this has been covered and maybe beaten to death but I'm new so please forgive me. I just got a Glock 26 G4 I looking for info about a good outside high hip holster. I have been told to stay away from plastic holsters as they can scratch the gun. I'm leaning toward a clip on not a belt but this isn't written in stone any thoughts welcome. This is my first gun so I'm new to the concept of carrying and what is good bad or dreadful.

You've been told wrong. Leather will wear the gun far more than kydex. Kydex will give you an infinitely better draw too. Tons of companies make them, take your pick.

Small Tony
03-15-2011, 01:41
Well you have two outstanding quality G.T members who make great holsters.
I have bought several from each for different guns.

Depending on what you want you have:

Eric at http://www.barberleatherworks.com/

and

Randy with www.bulldogleathercompany.com

Do yourself a favor and at least check these two out before making a decision.

rick458
03-15-2011, 01:57
Why do you want an OWB holster for such a small pistol?, Cross Breed Supertucks are said to great IWBs My Comp-Tac Mtac Minotaur is very comfortable with my Glock 17, and Theis holster (also a member here) get well regarded.
They conceal MUCH better and keeps the pistol bumps down

GlockForce
03-15-2011, 05:08
I'm sure this has been covered and maybe beaten to death but I'm new so please forgive me. I just got a Glock 26 G4 I looking for info about a good outside high hip holster. I have been told to stay away from plastic holsters as they can scratch the gun. I'm leaning toward a clip on not a belt but this isn't written in stone any thoughts welcome. This is my first gun so I'm new to the concept of carrying and what is good bad or dreadful.

I have 2 that I like. The one on the right is quickly becoming my favorite. It is a Triple-K that I found and the Cowboy and Shooters Supply for $20. It is small and holds the gun tight and also holds my G19. I love this one so much that I bought a spare for the future. For $20, you can't go wrong.

The one on the left is a Don Hume, $50. Just got this one so still breaking it in but so far, I like it alot. I bought the G19 barrel length but it holds the G26 well.

I have a question for you Crossbreed Supertuckers; I've been avoiding IWB because I am fairly slim and all of my clothes fit perfect. I am not about to purchase a new wardrobe over a holster. The Supertucks look so big. Has anyone in this situation bought one and found them to be too tight to wear or will it be OK?

DS26
03-15-2011, 05:24
If I could lose some weight I would go with the supertuck but until then I will have to stick with outside. I like the look of a few of the holsters you guys posted I will try to find someplace local that sells similar holsters that I can try then make a decision I suspect I will not be happy with the first one I try I will have to get used to the concept then I will find the right fit.

whitebread
03-15-2011, 06:13
The Crossbreed Snapside or any of the premium Galco holsters are great.

viper144
03-15-2011, 07:52
I too was in your similar situation. For reason of my own, I too do not like and do not want to wear an IWB holster. So after looking for quite some time, I finally settled on the EL PASO saddlery "high slide" holster. It works perfect for me. Super high ride with the barrel of the 26 only hanging below the belt about 1/2 inch. Easily concealed with an untucked shirt.

KarlThomas
03-15-2011, 08:17
Check out the middle left version of this guy's holsters. He's selling these for $30 and everybody that has bought one seems to like them very well.
They're kydex and available just about any way you can ask for. I wouldn't worry about kydex scratching the gun. Leather will rub and strip the finish off a gun much faster.

http://glocktalk.com/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=491&title=custom-glock-and-other-holsters&cat=8

I for one think it's a great thing to have a custom handmade holster and to support our brothers here on the forum if they make a quality product.

Captains1911
03-15-2011, 08:34
2 words. Crossbreed Supertuck. :thumbsup:

2 words. Reading Comprehension.

pipedreams
03-15-2011, 08:37
Check out the middle left version of this guy's holsters. He's selling these for $30 and everybody that has bought one seems to like them very well.
They're kydex and available just about any way you can ask for.

http://glocktalk.com/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=491&title=custom-glock-and-other-holsters&cat=8

.

I have to second this one, worth checking out. Fast service and great communication.

deputy tom
03-15-2011, 08:39
Try the glock sport/combat holster, I think it will be exactly what youre looking for and can be had for $10-15

This is what I'm wearing right now.After all Glock made the pistol AND the holster.yom.:cool:

Bill Lumberg
03-15-2011, 09:26
OWB is generally just as concealable and more comfortable than IWB. I have a cbst, but still prefer OWB. The glock sport holster worn on a proper gunbelt is a great start.

Slug71
03-15-2011, 11:21
http://glocktalk.com/classifieds/showproduct.php?product=38&title=concealed-carry-holsters&cat=8

OR

http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1194122

Both are local GT members and have great reviews. Just like Crossbreed holsters at a lower price.

Cant find Kwarts(SH) holsters in the new Classified section.

tango44
03-15-2011, 12:21
GLOCK SPORT COMBAT HOLSTER is all you need, does not scratches anything!
This is the best holster specially for the G26:
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ctd_images/lgprod/GLOCK-101.jpg

Glockpimp
03-15-2011, 12:35
i would get a Fobus (http://www.fobusholster.com/products/GLOCK_26_27_33_PADDLE_HOLSTER-157-86.html) paddle, but i love them. btw...when you find a piece of plastic that will scratch a Glock, let me know.

GunFighter45ACP
03-15-2011, 12:38
I have a question for you Crossbreed Supertuckers; I've been avoiding IWB because I am fairly slim and all of my clothes fit perfect. I am not about to purchase a new wardrobe over a holster. The Supertucks look so big. Has anyone in this situation bought one and found them to be too tight to wear or will it be OK?

I have. Also, IMO, it's too big of a holster to stuff into the waistband for too small of a gun. In other words, it's inefficient. As you're looking for an OWB, check out the Mitch Rosen Upper Limit & get a quality gunbelt to go w/it as well & you'll be set.

Captains1911
03-15-2011, 12:47
I have a question for you Crossbreed Supertuckers; I've been avoiding IWB because I am fairly slim and all of my clothes fit perfect. I am not about to purchase a new wardrobe over a holster. The Supertucks look so big. Has anyone in this situation bought one and found them to be too tight to wear or will it be OK?

I have. Also, IMO, it's too big of a holster to stuff into the waistband for too small of a gun. In other words, it's inefficient. As you're looking for an OWB, check out the Mitch Rosen Upper Limit & get a quality gunbelt to go w/it as well & you'll be set.

Just because it looks "big", doesn't mean it's thick. I don't have experience with the crossbreed, but it's very similar to the MTAC which I carry a G23 in everyday, and the thickness of the gun itself makes the most difference in terms of waste size. General rule of thumb for IWB carry is to go one waste size larger than you would without.

mrsurfboard
03-15-2011, 12:50
You've been told wrong. Leather will wear the gun far more than kydex. Kydex will give you an infinitely better draw too. Tons of companies make them, take your pick.

Leather also retains moisture.

mrsurfboard
03-15-2011, 12:52
OWB is generally just as concealable and more comfortable than IWB. I have a cbst, but still prefer OWB. The glock sport holster worn on a proper gunbelt is a great start.

I disagree. I've tired just about every OWB holster made over the years and everyone of them printed badly. IWB works with just about everything. But you are right, it's not as comfortable.

Glock 17L
03-15-2011, 13:18
GLOCK SPORT COMBAT HOLSTER is all you need, does not scratches anything!
This is the best holster specially for the G26:
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ctd_images/lgprod/GLOCK-101.jpg

I need to pick myself one of these $10 holsters up next time I go to Bud's..
Might even buy two & MOD one of them into an IWB..

sonoma
03-15-2011, 16:48
I have 2 leather owb holsters from kdholsters.I just ordered 3 more.They are the laredo defender.Very well made and around $60.00.

Sonnytoo
03-15-2011, 17:01
I need to pick myself one of these $10 holsters up next time I go to Bud's..
Might even buy two & MOD one of them into an IWB..

Can I help you with that idea, sir? A pair of scissors to cut off unnecessary material, then a few bucks to my shoe-repair guy for a leather loop and snap and his sewing job.

with my G26..
http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg106/Sonnytoo/G26andmodifiedholster1.jpg

http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg106/Sonnytoo/GlockSport-CombatHolster.jpg

http://i246.photobucket.com/albums/gg106/Sonnytoo/GlockSport-CombatHolster1.jpg

I have holsters that cost $150 that aren't one bit better. Of course, this material does NOT mark my Glocks. It also fits, AFAIK, any 9mm or .40 Glock and my G36 in addition.
S2

MrV
03-15-2011, 17:28
http://i56.tinypic.com/28v5ekm.jpg

No one can even tell I'm wearing mine. The G21 with TLR-1S conceals so well.

Reswob
03-15-2011, 17:32
http://i56.tinypic.com/28v5ekm.jpg

No one can even tell I'm wearing mine. The G21 with TLR-1S conceals so well. under my winter parka

Fixed it for you. That's one hell of a CC rig you've got there!

MrV
03-15-2011, 17:36
Fixed it for you. That's one hell of a CC rig you've got there!

:rofl::rofl:

Yes the Safariland 6360 is their top selling CC holster in Siberia.

Toorop
03-15-2011, 18:15
I like Mitch Rosen or Lou Alessi.

harleybass47
03-15-2011, 18:32
Try this good service and quick turnaround the compact in black
http://www.bhlstore.com/shop/category.asp?catid=207

pbindep
03-15-2011, 19:36
Check again.


Actually they do have an OWB holster.

http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/Holsters/OWBOutsideWaistBand/tabid/57/CategoryID/2/List/0/Level/1/ProductID/2/Default.aspx?SortField=ProductName%2cProductName


"The tall and wide platform of the SnapSlide is also very stable and will not sag or droop away from the body in the grip area as so many generic belt holsters tend to do. Your gun stays flush against you and out of the way, completely hidden under a loose garment until you need it."

TSAX
03-15-2011, 19:59
:deadhorse:


Just kidding, go with the CrossBreed

Ridgerunner665
03-15-2011, 20:58
Mitch Rosin 5JR if you like the canted holsters (behind the hip) or the UPL if you wear it "on" the hip.

I carry my G36 in a 5JR...pricey, but comfy.

Gumbeaux
03-15-2011, 21:07
I'm considering this one, but need to do a bit more research on it first.

http://shop.jmcholsters.com/Charlie-Model-Charlie-Model.htm

DS26
06-24-2011, 06:52
Well it's been some time and I still haven't made a decision as to what to buy. I have read all about every holster that has been mentioned here and yet I still can't make up my mind. The holster that I'm leaning towards is the (www.ubgholsters.com (http://www.ubgholsters.com/)) Bonneville I like the fact that it is a high ride and barely hangs below the belt. I'm hoping for some feedback does anyone own one and if so how do you like it. Remember I own a 26 so it's small and I think it would be comfortable but I could be wrong. Any input would be appreciated. The sad part is I didn't give so much thought when I choose my gun but the holster is a comfort thing. I hope to get my full carry soon so I would like to place an order.

Thanks again

dregotglock
06-24-2011, 07:14
Glock 26 is a great platform for ccw.

I make a highride owb holster that was originally designed for a buddy carrying a g33 for the Texas DPS for undercover work. Check my sig and let me know if I can be of any assistance.

Golddog
06-24-2011, 07:24
I'm skinny - 5'11", 150 lbs., and the Crossbreed Supertuck fits me more comfortably than any of the "small" IWB holsters. To just look at a holster and pronounce on its comfort is absurd; you've got to try one on.

IWB is much more comfortable for me, in any event. OWB holsters either roll the gun butt to the outside or require an uncomfortably tightened belt.

DS26
06-24-2011, 07:30
Glock 26 is a great platform for ccw.

I make a highride owb holster that was originally designed for a buddy carrying a g33 for the Texas DPS for undercover work. Check my sig and let me know if I can be of any assistance.

It looks like you make a fine product but it's just not what I'm looking for at this time but what I'm looking for may very well change in time.

DS26
06-24-2011, 07:41
oops double post.

X-Concealment
06-24-2011, 11:02
Well it's been some time and I still haven't made a decision as to what to buy. I have read all about every holster that has been mentioned here and yet I still can't make up my mind. The holster that I'm leaning towards is the (www.ubgholsters.com (http://www.ubgholsters.com/)) Bonneville I like the fact that it is a high ride and barely hangs below the belt. I'm hoping for some feedback does anyone own one and if so how do you like it. Remember I own a 26 so it's small and I think it would be comfortable but I could be wrong. Any input would be appreciated. The sad part is I didn't give so much thought when I choose my gun but the holster is a comfort thing. I hope to get my full carry soon so I would like to place an order.

Thanks again


What about if we send you one of our OWBs for G26 today, you only need to pay for the shipping. for 1.5 or 1.75" belt, left or right hand, black or Coyote brown, tension adjustable. If it doesn't conceal right, I'll refund your shipping. Somthing like this:
http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/2.jpg


http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/3-1.jpghttp://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/4-1.jpg

Chowser
06-24-2011, 15:30
I mainly carry my 33 in a pocket holster but for owb I was carrying it in a Galco Matrix. I just ordered a Safariland 6378 paddle owb holster for it to try out. (I'd try anything for $30, it was on sale)

X-Concealment
06-24-2011, 17:37
I mainly carry my 33 in a pocket holster but for owb I was carrying it in a Galco Matrix. I just ordered a Safariland 6378 paddle owb holster for it to try out. (I'd try anything for $30, it was on sale)

I'll ship you one for $30, if you are willing to try. :whistling:

DS26
06-24-2011, 19:33
X-Concealment you've got mail.

DS26
06-25-2011, 20:55
Well I just placed an order with X-Concealment and I'm looking forward to receiving my holster. I will report back how I like it.

DaneA
06-25-2011, 21:08
OWB is generally just as concealable and more comfortable than IWB. I have a cbst, but still prefer OWB. The glock sport holster worn on a proper gunbelt is a great start.

I love this argument. Please show me a picture of your OWB holster concealed with a tucked in shirt? I do it with my cbst everyday and don't even know it's there.

Warp
06-25-2011, 21:16
I love this argument. Please show me a picture of your OWB holster concealed with a tucked in shirt? I do it with my cbst everyday and don't even know it's there.

Now now, he did say generally. Obviously if you have to tuck your shirt...say at work...and need to conceal...and want that to be IWB...a tuckable IWB is where it's at.

Bill Lumberg
06-26-2011, 07:50
It's not an argument, just a statement of fact. Just because I can doesn't mean you can. If my shirt is tucked, I'm probably on duty or in a suit or both. Different circumstances dictate different methods. Depending upon whether I'm in a suit, business casual, shorts and a t-shirt, hawaiian shirt, I may use a glock sport, Tucker, sidearmor, bianchi carrylok, crossbreed, galco fletch, or other holster. Worn on a proper gunbelt. Usually a 23 or 27. The only thing I find it necessary to go iwb for, and even then, only in warmer months,is a 5" 1911. I love this argument. Please show me a picture of your OWB holster concealed with a tucked in shirt? I do it with my cbst everyday and don't even know it's there.

Chowser
06-26-2011, 19:23
I'll ship you one for $30, if you are willing to try. :whistling:

:whistling:

pm incoming. I have a new detective that might want to try it out.

Why J?
06-26-2011, 20:59
I'll ship you one for $30, if you are willing to try. :whistling:

Dang, I just paid full price for mine 2 weeks ago. I always miss out on the
deals.

It's a good holster, stable and stays close to the body. I wear mine with a Wilderness trainer belt.

kmb
06-26-2011, 21:00
Well I just placed an order with X-Concealment and I'm looking forward to receiving my holster. I will report back how I like it.

Let us know how it works out for you.

I'm new to carrying, and started checking out the X-Concealment holsters for my G27 a while back, but ended up buying a Glock Sport Combat a couple weeks ago for my OWB experiment. The Glock has worked out well, and conceals well, but I do plan to order an X-Concealment once I can convince my 'better half' that I need another holster.

X-Concealment
06-28-2011, 12:56
All 3 holsters are shipped out this morning. Looking forward to your reviews!

up1911fan
06-28-2011, 14:32
The Kramer Belt Scabbard is my favorite leather OWB holster.

TSAX
06-28-2011, 15:27
There are so many good choices here and its hard to go out and buy all the holster choices to try out. Fortunately a place like CrossBreed has a trial period.







:50cal:

Chowser
07-01-2011, 11:59
Ok, so far so good. I just got this in the mail 30 mins ago.

I cannot believe how lightweight this is! It feels very strong for how light it is.
I didn't have to adjust the tension (it's set at something I like)

So far, I have only been wearing it a few minutes and I can't even tell the gun or holster is on my belt. I'm going to practice drawing from it for a bit before I load it up for carry the rest of the day. I am planning on taking this holster with me to test while I am in Myrtle Beach for a week (leaving tonight). I normally shoulder holster when I am going for a long drive, but so far this is real comfy I might give it a go. I will have to see how the seatbelt works around it.


I'm actually taking the dog out jogging later this evening so that will be the first test.

http://img807.imageshack.us/img807/8960/dsc01766k.jpg

running to the store now, will see how it conceals under a loose t-shirt.

tango44
07-01-2011, 12:32
Please keep us posted!

Bodyarmorguy
07-01-2011, 12:39
If you are looking IWB, I have become very partial to the Inside Burton Scabbard from John Ralston at 5 Shot Leather. IMHO, this is hands down the finest IWB rig I have found.

http://www.5shotleather.com/ibs.htm

Bodyarmorguy
07-01-2011, 12:47
i would get a Fobus (http://www.fobusholster.com/products/GLOCK_26_27_33_PADDLE_HOLSTER-157-86.html) paddle, but i love them. btw...when you find a piece of plastic that will scratch a Glock, let me know.

My previous agency banned Fobus holsters for investigators.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oDeKtgkZKmQ

up1911fan
07-01-2011, 13:08
If you are looking IWB, I have become very partial to the Inside Burton Scabbard from John Ralston at 5 Shot Leather. IMHO, this is hands down the finest IWB rig I have found.

http://www.5shotleather.com/ibs.htm

That is a great holster, i'd also recommend the Kramer #3.
http://i1115.photobucket.com/albums/k558/up1911fan/Glock%2026%20Gen4/kodak.jpg

AGAF
07-01-2011, 14:59
I just ordered the X-Concealment holster for my G26. I'm looking forward to adding my thoughts. I really like the concept.....

kmb
07-01-2011, 17:13
Is there a chance that any of the X-Concealment owners on this thread have also carried in a Glock Sport/Combat holster? I like the Glock holster for my G27, and have no problem concealing it under an untucked t-shirt or golf shirt, but contour of the X-Concealment looks like it might be more stable and comfortable than the Glock. Just looking for some comparison/feedback before ordering one.

thanks

AGAF
07-01-2011, 17:26
Is there a chance that any of the X-Concealment owners on this thread have also carried in a Glock Sport/Combat holster? I like the Glock holster for my G27, and have no problem concealing it under an untucked t-shirt or golf shirt, but contour of the X-Concealment looks like it might be more stable and comfortable than the Glock. Just looking for some comparison/feedback before ordering one.

thanks

I've got the Glock sport for comparison. When the X-Conceament arrives, I'll let you know how they compare....

tuica
07-01-2011, 17:30
Glock Sport/Combat for OWB. Good Luck.

hikerpaddler
07-01-2011, 18:57
Roger that Tuica. I have a lot of gear, but the glock sport is about the flattest OWB.

RobG
07-02-2011, 08:57
I've got the Glock sport for comparison. When the X-Conceament arrives, I'll let you know how they compare....

I'll be interested to see your review...I'm still looking for a owb for my G23.

tango44
07-02-2011, 17:21
Is there a chance that any of the X-Concealment owners on this thread have also carried in a Glock Sport/Combat holster? I like the Glock holster for my G27, and have no problem concealing it under an untucked t-shirt or golf shirt, but contour of the X-Concealment looks like it might be more stable and comfortable than the Glock. Just looking for some comparison/feedback before ordering one.

thanks

Thats exactly what I tought, looking forward to hear comments using both products Xconcealment and Glock Sport Combat Holster with a G26/G27!
Thank you.

Shadyscott69
07-02-2011, 17:29
:supergrin:


http://i638.photobucket.com/albums/uu106/shadyscott999/IMG_20110202_171101.jpg

FlyboyLDB
07-02-2011, 21:00
I have 2 that I like. The one on the right is quickly becoming my favorite. It is a Triple-K that I found and the Cowboy and Shooters Supply for $20. It is small and holds the gun tight and also holds my G19. I love this one so much that I bought a spare for the future. For $20, you can't go wrong.

The one on the left is a Don Hume, $50. Just got this one so still breaking it in but so far, I like it alot. I bought the G19 barrel length but it holds the G26 well.

I have a question for you Crossbreed Supertuckers; I've been avoiding IWB because I am fairly slim and all of my clothes fit perfect. I am not about to purchase a new wardrobe over a holster. The Supertucks look so big. Has anyone in this situation bought one and found them to be too tight to wear or will it be OK?

Won't work for form fitting clothing. You would have to go 1 size above to carry and still be able to breathe.

FlyboyLDB
07-02-2011, 21:15
Well I just placed an order with X-Concealment and I'm looking forward to receiving my holster. I will report back how I like it.

I am very curious how this holster works out. I have been in the market for a high ride holster and have purchased several custom holsters that claim "high ride". This one looks promising. Keep us posted.

Veedubklown
07-02-2011, 21:24
http://i56.tinypic.com/28v5ekm.jpg

No one can even tell I'm wearing mine. The G21 with TLR-1S conceals so well.

:rofl::rofl: Yer killin me dude. Only thing your tuckin that in, in july, is hammer pants.

kahrcarrier
07-03-2011, 13:38
Well it's been some time and I still haven't made a decision as to what to buy. I have read all about every holster that has been mentioned here and yet I still can't make up my mind. The holster that I'm leaning towards is the (www.ubgholsters.com (http://www.ubgholsters.com/)) Bonneville I like the fact that it is a high ride and barely hangs below the belt. I'm hoping for some feedback does anyone own one and if so how do you like it. Remember I own a 26 so it's small and I think it would be comfortable but I could be wrong. Any input would be appreciated. The sad part is I didn't give so much thought when I choose my gun but the holster is a comfort thing. I hope to get my full carry soon so I would like to place an order.

Thanks again


My girlfriend carries her G26 in a UBG Bonneville, left hand holster. It works well. Ryan Grizzle also makes very nice leather. I am carrying a G30 today in one of his Workin Man owb numbers.

DS26
07-04-2011, 17:52
I just return from a short vacation and found that I receive my X-Concealment holster for my G26. I have only had it a few minutes but so for it feels good holds well without adjusting it at all I can't turn it over and shake it out yet it draws just fine. I will have to start using it a bit to get used to it but so far so good. Two thumbs up!

"My girlfriend carries her G26 in a UBG Bonneville, left hand holster. It works well. Ryan Grizzle also makes very nice leather. I am carrying a G30 today in one of his Workin Man owb numbers."

This is good to know thank you! I plan to buy another leather holster as well I'm not sure yet which it will be.

FlyboyLDB
07-04-2011, 20:34
I just return from a short vacation and found that I receive my X-Concealment holster for my G26. I have only had it a few minutes but so for it feels good holds well without adjusting it at all I can't turn it over and shake it out yet it draws just fine. I will have to start using it a bit to get used to it but so far so good. Two thumbs up!

"My girlfriend carries her G26 in a UBG Bonneville, left hand holster. It works well. Ryan Grizzle also makes very nice leather. I am carrying a G30 today in one of his Workin Man owb numbers."

This is good to know thank you! I plan to buy another leather holster as well I'm not sure yet which it will be.

My main question is it a true "High Ride"? I know a ton of makers claim high ride, but then it arrives and is either not a high ride, poorly constructed, or both. Very difficult to tell from pics. What I call a high ride is when the front edge of the trigger guard on a Glock fits no further down the holster than the first 1/4 of the top belt edge. Keep us posted.

DS26
07-04-2011, 20:57
I know what you mean about "High Ride" the fact that it is a 26 and it doesn't prtrude any further then the end of the holster helps it could be just a little higher but much higher and it we be uncomfortable to draw. The forward angle is nice and the way it hugs the hip is nice the Holster is clearly a well made product not the $10 peace of crap I have seen around. I will be a great winter holster for sure and Maybe summer I'm not sure about this yet.

FlyboyLDB
07-04-2011, 21:01
I know what you mean about "High Ride" the fact that it is a 26 and it doesn't prtrude any further then the end of the holster helps it could be just a little higher but much higher and it we be uncomfortable to draw. The forward angle is nice and the way it hugs the hip is nice the Holster is clearly a well made product not the $10 peace of crap I have seen around. I will be a great winter holster for sure and Maybe summer I'm not sure about this yet.

When you get a chance, a pic would be nice. I am not so much worried about the draw, although I do understand it is a trade off. It is just much easier to conceal a high ride holster that holds tight to the body. We all are looking for that perfect holster. Maybe one day.

kmb
07-04-2011, 23:01
When you get a chance, a pic would be nice. I am not so much worried about the draw, although I do understand it is a trade off. It is just much easier to conceal a high ride holster that holds tight to the body. We all are looking for that perfect holster. Maybe one day.

+1 for a pic.

DS26
07-05-2011, 04:59
Chowser posted the picture you are looking for on page 3, he and I ordered the same one at the same time. Delivery was quick but I was out of town and I'm leaving again tomorrow I won't have a chance to carry before I return I'm working out of state today and tomorrow not being a LEO makes it tough to carry around here.

RMD
07-05-2011, 09:20
Well it's been some time and I still haven't made a decision as to what to buy. I have read all about every holster that has been mentioned here and yet I still can't make up my mind. The holster that I'm leaning towards is the (www.ubgholsters.com (http://www.ubgholsters.com/)) Bonneville I like the fact that it is a high ride and barely hangs below the belt. I'm hoping for some feedback does anyone own one and if so how do you like it. Remember I own a 26 so it's small and I think it would be comfortable but I could be wrong. Any input would be appreciated. The sad part is I didn't give so much thought when I choose my gun but the holster is a comfort thing. I hope to get my full carry soon so I would like to place an order.

Thanks again

Check out the Glock Sport/Combat. Outside - high - tight - inexpensive. Even if you don't like it, you're only out $15 or so and you'll have yourself a versatile range holster.

FlyboyLDB
07-05-2011, 10:06
Chowser posted the picture you are looking for on page 3, he and I ordered the same one at the same time. Delivery was quick but I was out of town and I'm leaving again tomorrow I won't have a chance to carry before I return I'm working out of state today and tomorrow not being a LEO makes it tough to carry around here.

I looked at the pic on page 3. That is not a high ride. Holster looks great - looks like it rides the same as any other holster. Thanks

DS26
07-05-2011, 10:37
As I said it could be higher and this was the reason for the Winter comment however it does hug tight to the hip and has good tension for the gun, I will make use of it.

BailRecoveryAgent
07-05-2011, 10:53
OWB holsters either roll the gun butt to the outside or require an uncomfortably tightened belt.

A belt designed to carry a gun on will negate both those issues. A proper gun belt only needs to be as tight as you would normally wear it to just hold up your britches.

X-Concealment
07-05-2011, 11:09
First of all, I want to thank you all for the valuable reviews and feedbacks! Your opnions and ideas are extrememly valueable to us, and we'd like to give out discount for any suggestions you may have!

Making the holster riding higher wouldn't be a problem. The question is how much higher it need to be and is it worth the trouble to make an OWB as high as to the point that it's harder to draw from, instead just go with IWB? We have made some prototype OWB samples for the G26 at the development stage, the trigger guard is completely flash/above the top of the belt, and the muzzel of the gun is line up with the bottom of the 1.5" belt. One problem beside a little harder to draw, I found that design thow off the balance of the holstered weapon. Carrying with a full mag, the package just felt too top heavy, and very uncomfortable when driving. The grip of the gun is pressing againist the back of the rib too much at 4:00-5:00 position. We decided to go with the current design on the height, because the grip of the gun is fitting right in the space between the hip bone and the back rib, right where the "love handle" is, the soft and meaty part of the body to absorb the impression from the grip. We found it to be the best compromise between comfort and conceal ability.

However, if anyone wants to try the prototype highride owb, send me a message. the prototype doens't have the engravings, but it's a full functional OWB holster with 1.5" belt slots and tension adjustable.

Shadyscott69
07-05-2011, 12:12
I'm skinny - 5'11", 150 lbs., and the Crossbreed Supertuck fits me more comfortably than any of the "small" IWB holsters. To just look at a holster and pronounce on its comfort is absurd; you've got to try one on.

IWB is much more comfortable for me, in any event. OWB holsters either roll the gun butt to the outside or require an uncomfortably tightened belt.

A properly designed and executed OWB will solve both of these issues.

tuica
07-05-2011, 13:34
One aspect the Glock Sport/Combat has over others is that it has those center wings that when pulled to the belt provides a tightening tension that a standard right/left oriented design cannot achieve. Cheers.

X-Concealment
07-06-2011, 20:52
I looked at the pic on page 3. That is not a high ride. Holster looks great - looks like it rides the same as any other holster. Thanks

Our high ride is on its way to GT member: rattlehead55. I'm looking forward to his input on our proto type!

Below are two photos of this highride proto type (Black) next to one of our regular G26 holster. note the difference in height.

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/IMG_0455.jpg

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/IMG_0457.jpg

BailRecoveryAgent
07-06-2011, 22:21
Our high ride is on its way to GT member: rattlehead55. I'm looking forward to his input on our proto type!

Below are two photos of this highride proto type (Black) next to one of our regular G26 holster. note the difference in height.

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/IMG_0455.jpg

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/IMG_0457.jpg

Thats too high for my liking, but good on you for listening to a concern and trying to meet the customers needs. :thumbsup:

X-Concealment
07-07-2011, 08:28
Thats too high for my liking, but good on you for listening to a concern and trying to meet the customers needs. :thumbsup:

Thanks! The fact is, the "Highride" holster is only about 3/4" higher than our standard one, but it does make a lot difference when carrying it that way. It's too hight for my liking too, The Tan one is my summer time daily, and It's plenty high for me. We'll see what the review is.

Corso0331
07-07-2011, 20:33
Well, I just received the regular X-Concealment holster for my G26 today. This is my first kydex holster as I prefer leather. This thing appears well made and is super light. I've only had this on for a few hours now and it feels awesome. It doesn't ride too high and feels more comfy than my leather owb, which is very similar to a Galco Quick Slide holster. The gun also draws much faster in the kydex vs. the leather one I have. I am looking forward to making this a permanent part of my daily set up.

For a nice kydex holster I would certainly recommend giving one a try. The whole transaction was a pleasant one and it shipped fast as well.

FlyboyLDB
07-07-2011, 20:52
Our high ride is on its way to GT member: rattlehead55. I'm looking forward to his input on our proto type!

Below are two photos of this highride proto type (Black) next to one of our regular G26 holster. note the difference in height.

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/IMG_0455.jpg

http://i108.photobucket.com/albums/n26/leenixwholesale/IMG_0457.jpg

The one on the right is exactly what I have been looking for! I know it rides high and a little trade off in the draw - but when you desire OWB and concealed, this is the ticket. Tell me how to get one! Proto type or not, I want one.

X-Concealment
07-08-2011, 09:21
The one on the right is exactly what I have been looking for! I know it rides high and a little trade off in the draw - but when you desire OWB and concealed, this is the ticket. Tell me how to get one! Proto type or not, I want one.

Send me a PM, or email to contact@x-concealment.com. I'll build you one exactly like that. I still have the computer drawing file, should be able to deliver in 3 days.

AGAF
07-08-2011, 11:12
Just received my new X-Concealment holster today for my G26. First impressions: 1. Solid, very well made for something so light, 2. Great angle for cant, 3. Easy holstering and unholstering, 4. Holds the gun nice & tight to my body & disappears under an untucked shirt.

So far, so good. Wearing it right now and with my Wilderness 5 stich instructor belt, I forget it is there. I think I found a winner for OWB carry!!!

Thanks Shin for the quick delivery

tango44
07-08-2011, 11:14
Does someone have a pic wearing a Xconcealment holster with a G26?
Thank you.

FlyboyLDB
07-08-2011, 11:54
Send me a PM, or email to contact@x-concealment.com. I'll build you one exactly like that. I still have the computer drawing file, should be able to deliver in 3 days.

Email sent with contact info. Thanks

X-Concealment
07-08-2011, 13:39
Just received my new X-Concealment holster today for my G26. First impressions: 1. Solid, very well made for something so light, 2. Great angle for cant, 3. Easy holstering and unholstering, 4. Holds the gun nice & tight to my body & disappears under an untucked shirt.

So far, so good. Wearing it right now and with my Wilderness 5 stich instructor belt, I forget it is there. I think I found a winner for OWB carry!!!

Thanks Shin for the quick delivery

Very welcome! I'm glad you like it! :-)

FlyboyLDB
07-08-2011, 13:54
I just ordered the extreme high ride (see pics above - the one on the right). Looking forward to it. I had tried one very popular leather maker's high ride - glad he took it back.

Based on a recommendation from another post - I ordered a Glock Sport\Combat holster. For $12 hard to go wrong. One can make it a somewhat high ride, avg ride or a somewaht low ride. And it works as good or better than any holster I currently have - leather or Kydex - and I have many. I would recommend the Glock combat\sport. Not as sexy as leather, but works as good or better.

Will report back on the X-Concealment. I know it is a very high ride and there will be a slight trade off in speed of draw vs. concealment. But so is any other deep consealed setup.

AGAF
07-08-2011, 16:06
Does someone have a pic wearing a Xconcealment holster with a G26?
Thank you.

Here you go:

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tango44
07-08-2011, 21:00
Thank you will order mine asap!

Chowser
07-09-2011, 05:48
Ok. I have been wearing the X holster all week (except when I went to the beach or pool) and it has been the most comfortable OWB holster I have used. I have the standard mid-ride holster for my 33. Even through 3 courses of golf (spent the week at kiawah island) this has been a champ. No one could tell I was carrying.

I carry at about 3:30 position. My only issue (as is with any holster where I carry at 3-4 positions is the the seatbelt blocks me but that is my issue and not the holster. I am about to do a 12 hr drive with the holster.

I was originally going to give this holster to one of our detectives to try but it's mine now! He can get his own! I've been trying to move them away from the serpa holsters.

TurboRocket
07-09-2011, 07:07
For OWB, I also like a high ride. I have a Fist #2 for a G26. Very comfy, stable, and hugs the body. Very concealable. I haven't tried it yet but thinking that it would work just as well for a G19 and G30 (with the aforementioned higher draw).

Here is a stock photo from Fist.


http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/k1/K2%20photo%20on%20person.jpg

kmb
07-09-2011, 08:41
Here you go:

217609

217610

I'll be ordering one.

FlyboyLDB
07-09-2011, 10:56
For OWB, I also like a high ride. I have a Fist #2 for a G26. Very comfy, stable, and hugs the body. Very concealable. I haven't tried it yet but thinking that it would work just as well for a G19 and G30 (with the aforementioned higher draw).

Here is a stock photo from Fist.


http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/k1/K2%20photo%20on%20person.jpg

That is a fairly good high ride. Was not aware that Fist made a high ride. From the pics, it looks like the X-concealment will be a little higher. It will be like Christmas time in a few days.

RobG
07-10-2011, 09:40
I've got the Glock sport for comparison. When the X-Conceament arrives, I'll let you know how they compare....

How does it compare?

NWGlocker
07-10-2011, 12:29
I received my X-Concealment holster last Sunday. I have been wearing it for the last few days and I really like it. I abandoned OWB a few years back for concealment and have only been wearing IWB. I think this holster has changed that.

I find it very comfortable to wear and the cant is just right for good concealment. I have been wearing it at about 3:30-4:00. The holster is very light and has an adjustable retention setting so you can have it set to your liking. The draw is very smooth like most kydex holsters which is something that I really like. All in all I think it is a very nice holster and plan to wear it when ever I can. Obviously a tucked in shirt would be a problem with concealment, but I rarely tuck mine in so I guess I will be okay. I typically dress with a button up shirt over a white T shirt or a Polo shirt and this conceals fine in that setup.

Will I switch completely from IWB? Probably not. It is summer time here and it gets much hotter than we are accustomed to (PNW), but in the winter I bet this thing will get a lot of use. By winter I mean September through June:supergrin:. I am however wearing it now with a button up shirt un tucked with shorts on and it will be about 80 today so maybe there is hope.

Anyways, great product and definitely worth a look. I have enough holsters in the box to know pretty early on when I have bought another one, and this isn't going to be one of those.

Good job X-Concealment! Thank you for the great holster.

tango44
07-10-2011, 12:36
How does it compare?

Yes I'm also interested on the comparision.

X-Concealment
07-10-2011, 14:34
Good job X-Concealment! Thank you for the great holster.

Very Welcome! Glad you like our product!

AGAF
07-10-2011, 15:14
How does it compare?

For me, and I will say it again, for ME, the X-Concealment does a little better job as far as concealment goes. Everyone knows that people have different body types, waist sizes, tall, skinny, carrying a few too many pounds, etc. I find that the Glock Sport still prints a little when wearing the holster at about 4:00. I don't get that from the X-Concealment. They both do a good job of holding the gun (mine - G26) close to the body. The other clear advantage that I see with the X-Concealment is the ease of holstering and unholstering compared to the Gock Sport/Combat. This may not be a big deal to anyone else, but it is to me. These are just my observations and you can take them with a grain of salt. The X-Concealment is also a little less bulky which I also prefer.

If anyone wants a comparison for body type, I am 5' 11", 195 lbs, and have a 32" waist. I have that 'V' look with broad shoulders and a small waist. Will the X-Concealment be as good at concealing on someone with a 38" waist and moderate shoulder width and a decent sized belly? I have no idea. I can only tell you what works for me. Good luck.....

rattlehead55
07-11-2011, 15:14
I got my prototype x-concealment's high ride owb for glock 26/27. I wore it around my house only and did not go out with it.

Some people might like it but it is not for me. It rides too high and is not very comfortable on my body. The high ride also is a slower draw for me or that I'm use to. I also were more of a fitted type shirts and it prints more then i like.

This is my "option" and other might like it.

I am 5'9 180 muscular build if you were wondering.

X-Concealment
07-11-2011, 15:31
I got my prototype x-concealment's high ride owb for glock 26/27. I wore it around my house only and did not go out with it.

Some people might like it but it is not for me. It rides too high and is not very comfortable on my body. The high ride also is a slower draw for me or that I'm use to. I also were more of a fitted type shirts and it prints more then i like.

This is my "option" and other might like it.

I am 5'9 180 muscular build if you were wondering.

Just like myself, the high ride is not for me either. If you want to exchange it to one of our regular height G26 holster, or want to return it, there won't be any problem. Thanks for your honest opinion!

FlyboyLDB
07-11-2011, 19:22
I got my prototype x-concealment's high ride owb for glock 26/27. I wore it around my house only and did not go out with it.

Some people might like it but it is not for me. It rides too high and is not very comfortable on my body. The high ride also is a slower draw for me or that I'm use to. I also were more of a fitted type shirts and it prints more then i like.

This is my "option" and other might like it.

I am 5'9 180 muscular build if you were wondering.

With comfort aside, did it hold close to the body? Did it conceal better? I can understand a T-shirt could be needed for comfort that high up. I realize the draw will be slower - but any deep concealment is going to be slower from draw to presentation - that is just a given.

Mine is also on the way. Will report experience once I have it.

rattlehead55
07-11-2011, 21:25
With comfort aside, did it hold close to the body? Did it conceal better? I can understand a T-shirt could be needed for comfort that high up. I realize the draw will be slower - but any deep concealment is going to be slower from draw to presentation - that is just a given.

Mine is also on the way. Will report experience once I have it.

The holster is pretty thin, just depends on what kind of shirt you are wearing. If you ware a lose shirt it should conceal well.

rattlehead55
07-11-2011, 21:54
Just like myself, the high ride is not for me either. If you want to exchange it to one of our regular height G26 holster, or want to return it, there won't be any problem. Thanks for your honest opinion!

That would be great if i could exchange.

Thanks.

FlyboyLDB
07-13-2011, 11:08
I wanted to update everyone. I received the high ride. First let me say thanks to X-Concealment for the quick ship and how much I love the high ride concept. This is something that I have been looking for. Now let me critique the holster a bit. Although it is completely stable on my Beltman belt, it does not hold close to the body.

I have enclosed a pic of my ideas. I am thinking the belt loops on the holster – actually the wings or flanges on each side – are set too far off the rear\body side of the holster body to be able to hold it snug against the body. Wings\flanges are my term – but the area from the holster body out to and including the belt slots. If you look at my pic of it setting on a flat surface you will see what I am describing. I understand stability vs. flexibility issue – so I know it cannot be made more flexible – but rather a design issue.

If the belt slots and the holster were flush – or the inside (rear of holster or the part of the holster against the body) were designed with an off-set closer to the body, this would be a perfect holster.

I thought about trying a heat gun to get it closer. Again, I think the work of X-Concealment is awesome and applaud his efforts by listening to the customer.

Just FYI, with this high ride, draw was not as affected as I thought it might have been.

BailRecoveryAgent
07-13-2011, 11:58
I wanted to update everyone. I received the high ride. First let me say thanks to X-Concealment for the quick ship and how much I love the high ride concept. This is something that I have been looking for. Now let me critique the holster a bit. Although it is completely stable on my Beltman belt, it does not hold close to the body.

I have enclosed a pic of my ideas. I am thinking the belt loops on the holster actually the wings or flanges on each side are set too far off the rear\body side of the holster body to be able to hold it snug against the body. Wings\flanges are my term but the area from the holster body out to and including the belt slots. If you look at my pic of it setting on a flat surface you will see what I am describing. I understand stability vs. flexibility issue so I know it cannot be made more flexible but rather a design issue.

If the belt slots and the holster were flush or the inside (rear of holster or the part of the holster against the body) were designed with an off-set closer to the body, this would be a perfect holster.
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Unless you use a paddle holster, that is about as close to the body as you'll get with a belt attachment without using something like the way the Glock Sport holster belt loops are located, there has to be enough room between holster and body to allow for the thickness of the belt and the thickness of the material of the belt loops.

The only way to decrease the amount of standoff would be to increase the amount of Kydex used and spread the attachment points out some, but it will only decrease the standoff by a little bit.

FlyboyLDB
07-13-2011, 12:12
Well my Mitch Rosen OWB holds extremely close to the body. Although they call it a high ride - it is no where near what the X-Concealment is. It can be closer as is the fact wtih a Mitch Rosen and other holsters. My Beltman belt is a little thick, but no where near what can be made up in this gap. I am not a holster designer, but I would think with Kydex, we could come up with something that rides high and hugs the body.

And I did order the Glock Sport. If it were just a little higher, it would be a nice fit. The Glock Sport does a great job for $12

X-Concealment
07-13-2011, 17:49
I wanted to update everyone. I received the high ride. First let me say thanks to X-Concealment for the quick ship and how much I love the high ride concept. This is something that I have been looking for. Now let me critique the holster a bit. Although it is completely stable on my Beltman belt, it does not hold close to the body.

I have enclosed a pic of my ideas. I am thinking the belt loops on the holster actually the wings or flanges on each side are set too far off the rear\body side of the holster body to be able to hold it snug against the body. Wings\flanges are my term but the area from the holster body out to and including the belt slots. If you look at my pic of it setting on a flat surface you will see what I am describing. I understand stability vs. flexibility issue so I know it cannot be made more flexible but rather a design issue.

If the belt slots and the holster were flush or the inside (rear of holster or the part of the holster against the body) were designed with an off-set closer to the body, this would be a perfect holster.

I thought about trying a heat gun to get it closer. Again, I think the work of X-Concealment is awesome and applaud his efforts by listening to the customer.

Just FYI, with this high ride, draw was not as affected as I thought it might have been.


I see exactly what you are saying. If you'd like me to do the adjustment for you, I'll be more than happy to do it! Thanks for your honest opinion!

FlyboyLDB
07-13-2011, 19:56
Man, talk about customer service. I give X-Concealment an A+. I really feel this holster is going to work, the only thing wrong is it is not close enough to the body. Quality and customer service of this item and company is top notch. Back for an adjustment and will report back with a totally honest opinion so that others can make an informed decision. The fact that he is open to customer opinions ranks him up at the top of the list for me.

rattlehead55
07-20-2011, 19:44
Received the C" series compact OWB holster from x concealment a few days ago. This holster was a lot better then i thought. Holds close to the body and conceals very well for owb. The only printing i get is the rear sights touch my shirt a tab but is fine. Also the adjustable retention is a very nice feature. I think this is the most concealment you can get from a owb holster.

I will be switching between this and my iwb holster based on outfit.

FlyboyLDB
07-20-2011, 20:49
Received the C" series compact OWB holster from x concealment a few days ago. This holster was a lot better then i thought. Holds close to the body and conceals very well for owb. The only printing i get is the rear sights touch my shirt a tab but is fine. Also the adjustable retention is a very nice feature. I think this is the most concealment you can get from a owb holster.

I will be switching between this and my iwb holster based on outfit.



In your opinion, do you think the printing would be less if the cant was not so severe? I know lower ride holsters can get awat with more cant - but can spell trouble for higher rides.

rattlehead55
07-20-2011, 20:57
In your opinion, do you think the printing would be less if the cant was not so severe? I know lower ride holsters can get awat with more cant - but can spell trouble for higher rides.

Yes i agree with you, if it was moved tad counter clockwise i think it would be better.

X-Concealment
07-21-2011, 16:57
In your opinion, do you think the printing would be less if the cant was not so severe? I know lower ride holsters can get awat with more cant - but can spell trouble for higher rides.

With less cant, what about the printing from the bottom of the grip when bending?

hikerpaddler
07-22-2011, 04:01
Less cant is usually optimal. Too much cant used in an effort to reduce printing when bending over can result in"forward" printing the rest of the time, when you're not bent over. Bend at the knees if you're having a problem.

FlyboyLDB
07-22-2011, 12:42
With less cant, what about the printing from the bottom of the grip when bending?

I agree with what hikerpaddler stated. One will be carrying while "up strait" more often than bending over. The cant on this holster takes away the concealment factor of this holster. And with this severe of a cant, the bottom of the holster prints good when bending over. So it is a lose lose situation for any concealment. All this is just my opinion from carrying many different holsters. I will say the very high ride version has great potential with some slight adjustments. I would be happy to try another adjusted version at a reduced cost - since I already paid for the other.

fxstchewy
07-22-2011, 14:46
I bought the X- concealment holster for my G23 a few months back and for my body type and preference the holster works perfect for me, i would'nt change a thing about it, different strokes for different folks i guess.

AGAF
07-22-2011, 16:50
I bought the X- concealment holster for my G23 a few months back and for my body type and preference the holster works perfect for me, i would'nt change a thing about it, different strokes for different folks i guess.

Very true, we are all different. That is why it is so important to try holsters out for yourselves. I've been very fortunate to find holster companies that allow you a money back guarantee during a "trial period". You only end up losing out on shipping which is a loss I'm willing to take to find the right rig for my needs.

X-Concealment
07-24-2011, 18:07
I agree with what hikerpaddler stated. One will be carrying while "up strait" more often than bending over. The cant on this holster takes away the concealment factor of this holster. And with this severe of a cant, the bottom of the holster prints good when bending over. So it is a lose lose situation for any concealment. All this is just my opinion from carrying many different holsters. I will say the very high ride version has great potential with some slight adjustments. I would be happy to try another adjusted version at a reduced cost - since I already paid for the other.

Flyboy, Where is the high ride prototype hoslter? Did you send it back to me for adjustment? If you want it no cant or less cant, I should be able to make that happen if you are still looking for that perfect high ride hoslter! :-)

FlyboyLDB
07-24-2011, 18:27
Flyboy, Where is the high ride prototype hoslter? Did you send it back to me for adjustment? If you want it no cant or less cant, I should be able to make that happen if you are still looking for that perfect high ride hoslter! :-)

I will send it back and see what you can do with it. I think it is close to "perfect" with a couple of mods. I will get it out to you this week. Thanks again.

cockglocklockit
07-26-2011, 17:12
I think this is one of the best holsters out there. I really like it as far as an iwb holster goes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAGxf7bAyzE

FlyboyLDB
07-26-2011, 19:17
I think this is one of the best holsters out there. I really like it as far as an iwb holster goes.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kAGxf7bAyzE

Appears they have copied Crossbreed on every aspect of their holster and warranty - with the exception of the replacement bodies. I also have the CB and love it. I did purchase a MTAC for the sole purpose of swapping out bodies for different guns. Thing is, when I want to change guns, I usually do not have the time to swap the bodies, make the adjustments to the clips, etc. I would rather have a holster for each gun. I will stick with CB for IWB

Captains1911
07-26-2011, 19:24
Appears they have copied Crossbreed on every aspect of their holster and warranty - with the exception of the replacement bodies. I also have the CB and love it. I did purchase a MTAC for the sole purpose of swapping out bodies for different guns. Thing is, when I want to change guns, I usually do not have the time to swap the bodies, make the adjustments to the clips, etc. I would rather have a holster for each gun. I will stick with CB for IWB

Plus, the leather backing conforms to the particular gun that's carried, so I don't know how well switching bodies would really work.