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scattershot
03-07-2012, 22:25
Caveat Emptor! I just logged in to natchez Shooters Supply, and found the Sport Combat holster for $10.49. Good, right? Shipping, for less than a pound, was going to be $14.54.

Lest's be careful out there.

RedHaze
03-07-2012, 22:28
Yeah, it's a swell deal. If you're ordering more than one piddly thing...

Opie 1 Kenopie
03-07-2012, 22:53
Cabela's in Springfield, Oregon GAVE me two of those in late December, no charge. One for the G19/17 sized frame and one for my G29/30/21 guns. I can see why though. It's about 8cents worth of plastic. Decent carry rig though, for the price.

frank_drebin
03-07-2012, 23:09
$8 at Eds

Glock Coma
03-07-2012, 23:14
$15.25 with 2 day shipping to your door with amazon prime.

MinnesnowtaWild
03-07-2012, 23:33
I ordered mine plus a Glock mag pouch with shipping from Buds for $25 total.

Patchman
03-08-2012, 17:02
Free shipping from ****** Tactical.

redbaron007
03-08-2012, 18:16
Great holster!

Got two off eBay; $16 for both, including shipping.

:wavey:

red

MinnesnowtaWild
03-08-2012, 22:10
I made a review of the holster and mag pouch. I know that I am not the best at reviews, in fact I am horrible. But I felt like this holster and pouch needed a review because they are excellent.


Glock Sport/Combat Holster Review - YouTube

pspez
03-10-2012, 07:09
I love the way the Glock Sport holster fits to by body but have a hard time drawing the gun from the holster. Anybody have the same issue and if so, what did you do to correct it?

jellis11
03-10-2012, 07:30
Pick a few up. You can make all kinds of handy holsters out of them.

pspez
03-10-2012, 17:12
I love the way the Glock Sport holster fits to by body but have a hard time drawing the gun from the holster. Anybody have the same issue and if so, what did you do to correct it?
Just used a little silicone and it worked perfectly.

Ryobi
03-11-2012, 06:06
No problem. If you're having difficulty drawing crisply, get some training or take a cloth with a little bit of armor all and wipe out the inside of the holster, followed by adry cloth. The holster is supposed to resist the draw a bit. That's retention. A crisp straight upward motion to the armpit is a proper draw stroke. I love the way the Glock Sport holster fits to by body but have a hard time drawing the gun from the holster. Anybody have the same issue and if so, what did you do to correct it?

Spiffums
03-11-2012, 07:54
Probably take ya a week to get it too!

Shipping has gotten to be a racket. I can get 3 box sets of DVDs shipped for $5 and here in like 3 days. My holster that I have been waiting on for 4 weeks? shipping $15 and takes an extra week. I'm pretty sure the DVDs weighted more.

Patchman
03-11-2012, 11:59
Shipping has gotten to be a racket.

I have always viewed "Shipping & Handling" charges as a racket.

Especially the ones based on $$ purchased. Have you ever looked at the actual shipping costs when the package arrives? Most of the time it's no where close to what the vendor charged.

Now I always include the S&H when determining whether I'm getting a good deal or not.

tuica
03-11-2012, 12:28
I have also filed down the trigger frame "nub" to allow for an easier draw. Great holster. I only carry in the S/C and Raven Phantom. Cheers.

Mudshark100
03-11-2012, 18:24
I love the way the Glock Sport holster fits to by body but have a hard time drawing the gun from the holster. Anybody have the same issue and if so, what did you do to correct it?

Yep, I had this same problem. What good is a defense weapon that you can't get out of the holster? What did I do to correct it? I used another holster. The Glock Sport sits in my discarded holster box collecting dust.

pspez
03-11-2012, 20:57
Mudshark, I just used a little silicone and it worked perfectly. I wiped it on and wiped up the excess. The gun snaps in and is secure and it now draws out beautifully. Its my favorite OWB holster

Sgt.K
03-12-2012, 08:44
I have the Glock mag pouch 3080 and it is too big for the 26/17 mag it just fall right in. Not sure where I picked it up at. Is this one for a different caliber? Nice vid, like the Ruger shirt! :supergrin:

Bill Lumberg
03-12-2012, 10:38
No issues getting out of or into the holster whatsoever. See ryobi's post above.

tango44
03-12-2012, 20:50
THe best holster to carry my G26 here in sunny FL.

jamaicanj
03-14-2012, 07:05
Works well and hard to beat for the price

Noblinger
03-15-2012, 21:14
Love Mine.

unit1069
03-16-2012, 07:12
I have one and for the price it's a real value. I used to wear it in-between the belt and pants for CCW with a shirt over until I purchased a better concealment holster. I never had an difficulty drawing the pistol.

4GLOCKER
03-16-2012, 07:58
I have a bag full of holsters, but I use the Glock holster most of the time.

It also will work for left handers.

Jake Starr
03-17-2012, 04:45
I like the YouTube holster review...especially when wearing a Ruger shirt...:whistling:

Charley
05-07-2014, 11:15
Yep, I had this same problem. What good is a defense weapon that you can't get out of the holster? What did I do to correct it? I used another holster. The Glock Sport sits in my discarded holster box collecting dust.

That's funny. I had the exact opposite problem. My G26 goes every day in the Glock sport now and has now and has had 0 issues unlike some other higher price ones that now sit in my junk holster box.

tango44
05-07-2014, 12:14
The Glock Sport sits in my discarded holster box collecting dust.

Please let me know if its in good shape I'll take it for cheap money, let me know!