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DennisH
03-25-2012, 04:30
I've been toying with a shoulder rig for years for either my G30 or G33, so I finally ordered a Under Armor rig from High Noon. I've got other HN products and have been happy with them. Received my rig for the G30 on Friday. Very easy to put together and adjust. Wore it all day Saturday underneath a lightweight and somewhat loose-fitting pullover top. After awhile I almost didn't notice I was wearing it. The Under Armor is very comfortable to wear, and from what I could tell didn't print at all. Not that I care much if it prints, but the G30 holster and magazine pouch fit so well under my arms I was surprised how "invisible" it really was under my top. Paid $95 (incl shipping). Not that I'm any authority, but for those looking for a shoulder rig, the High Noon product line may be worth considering, and they also aren't the most $$$ models out there. :supergrin:

swinokur
03-26-2012, 04:27
I have the HN Undertaker for my Smith 1076. Great rig.

Just1More
03-26-2012, 18:04
Does this shoulder rig position the gun where it'll be pointing at people all day long....thus automatically break a golden rule of gun safety? Just curious.

swinokur
03-26-2012, 18:27
Yes it does but if you don't pull the trigger, it just sits there like it's supposed to. I live in an apt and carry in a regular holster results in the muzzle pointing at the people who live under me. What's your point?

IndyGunFreak
03-26-2012, 20:22
Yes it does but if you don't pull the trigger, it just sits there like it's supposed to. I live in an apt and carry in a regular holster results in the muzzle pointing at the people who live under me. What's your point?

He has no point, its part of his charm.

Congrats on the rig, I've been considering a new shoulder holster and was considering one of these. Shoulder holsters are my least favorite form of carry, but it works well in a suit..

IGF

swinokur
03-27-2012, 05:44
I don't wear suits any longer (retired) but the shoulder rig is great foir long trips in the car. Hope I don't shoot the person in the back seat.

:whistling:

madcitycop
03-27-2012, 08:15
Might have to check that one out been looking at one for my Sig 232. on the topic of a muzzle direction I actually had to stop carrying aiwb after I got a cease and desist letter from my right nuts attorney.

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swinokur
03-27-2012, 08:24
I got the High Noon because no one else made one for my Smith 1076. Nice rig

I have Miami Classic II's for my Glocks and 1911's

It's all good.

High Noon
03-28-2012, 07:47
So there is no confusion, we have two different shoulder rigs:

The Under Armor will get the job done in a big way for the price. Black Only, stocking item
http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Product_Line/Under_Armor/under_armor.html

The Under Taker is more fancy with more color options and a lead time of at least 12 weeks unless you use the rush service (7 to 10 days).
http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Rush_Service/rush_service.html
http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Product_Line/_Under_Taker/_under_taker.html

Both will get the job done. Hope that info helps out.

Justin

Chipotle
03-30-2012, 08:00
Glad to find this thread. Not in market for shoulder holster (yet), but a very loyal customer of High Noon's because they've earned it. I have several of their holsters and their belts. Both are better than anything else I've seen, and prices are great too.

Ribbler
03-30-2012, 13:56
He has no point, its part of his charm.

A Few Good Men

IndyGunFreak
03-30-2012, 14:22
A Few Good Men

Other than it was "she" in that movie... :)