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tuamike
08-13-2012, 17:58
Well I got my G26 G4 and have put enough rounds through it to promote it to my EDC gun. Haven't carried a Glock in a few years, but man I love this gun. I carry exclusively IWB and was wondering if I could get some suggestions on your favorite IWB holsters

SCSU74
08-13-2012, 17:59
Crossbreed, wouldn't consider anything else


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DaneA
08-13-2012, 18:01
Crossbreed, wouldn't consider anything else


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^THIS^ in horsehide

Gertz
08-13-2012, 18:19
I just got a MIC holster from Glocktech, and I've only worn it a couple days now, but I really like this holster.

simotek
08-13-2012, 18:23
MTAC all the way

guitargene82
08-13-2012, 18:45
I'm a Chevy man myself...

Crossbreed is my go to holster though.

M24C
08-13-2012, 18:52
Crossbreed supertuck for all my iwb carrying.

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Glockster45ACP
08-13-2012, 19:10
I carry my G26 Gen 4 in the Crossbreed Supertuck horse hide. Very comfortable even direct contact with skin in summer clothes. IMO it conceals better too.:cool:

Chris Brines
08-13-2012, 20:22
Well I got my G26 G4 and have put enough rounds through it to promote it to my EDC gun. Haven't carried a Glock in a few years, but man I love this gun. I carry exclusively IWB and was wondering if I could get some suggestions on your favorite IWB holsters

I've been more than satisfied with this, especially for the price:

http://remoraholsters.com/No_Clip_Holsters.html

Not sure what exact one it is but I know that mine has the reinforced top (RFT) and sweat shield. I carry a G26 also, IWB at 4 o clock.

The Machinist
08-13-2012, 20:30
http://www.ttgunleather.com/catalog/i65.html

I got this in black for my G30. I used the Crossbreed initially, but the metal belt clips and exposed muzzle wore holes in my jeans. I could not be more satisfied with the TT Gunleather holster. Top-shelf quality. :supergrin:

Not my pic:

http://www.ttgunleather.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/DSC03795.JPG

rick458
08-13-2012, 20:51
Comptac Mtac Minotaur
Super comfortable, super concealable, fast to receive.
And if you get one to fit a G-17 it will carry all 9mm/40sw
frame sized pistols securely

19sandyman
08-13-2012, 21:21
Crossbreed, wouldn't consider anything else


+ 1

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sglock45
08-13-2012, 21:25
oldfaithfullholsters.com just like cross breed but better and cheaper I have one for my edc 17 and love it

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RedsoxFan4Lyfe
08-13-2012, 21:26
I carry either a Glock 19 in a RafterS IWB holster or a Colt 1911 in a Milt Sparks Summer Special II IWB rig.

The Milt Sparks in top of the line stuff, and mine is nearing twelve years old and as solid as the day it was made. That after lugging solid steel Colt 1911's around daily for over a decade. With a lighter gun like a Glock it would be pure heaven I would think.

SCSU74
08-13-2012, 21:46
I just got a MIC holster from Glocktech, and I've only worn it a couple days now, but I really like this holster.

Be careful not to shoot your little guy off


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dosei
08-14-2012, 07:06
X-Concealment, Gen 2 C Series IWB
http://www.flccw.com/X-Concealment/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=66&products_id=216

FMF Doc
08-14-2012, 13:04
I just ordered a Raven Concealment Systems Phantom modular for my G19. It comes with OWB loops, and I got the IWB loops to go with it. They are very well made and one of the thinnest I have found.

BBSRQ
08-14-2012, 13:36
^THIS^ in horsehide

Why? What is the benefit?

SouthpawG26
08-14-2012, 15:48
Horsehide is denser and less porous than cowhide, forming a slightly better sweat guard for your gun, and with better moisture resistance in general, which is beneficial for summer carry. Horsehide usually only comes in a natural color, and some prefer that look over dyed cowhide.

Quiet
08-14-2012, 16:20
Theis Holsters (http://theisholsters.com/)

Quality is same as Comp-Tac and Crossbreed, but it's less expensive and ships faster.

emtjr928
08-14-2012, 16:36
+1 for Theis. My 23 is in mine as I type.

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ashecht
08-14-2012, 17:26
Theis Holsters (http://theisholsters.com/)

Quality is same as Comp-Tac and Crossbreed, but it's less expensive and ships faster.

This. Without a doubt. In horsehide

DaneA
08-14-2012, 17:56
Why? What is the benefit?

Thinner denser leather. Resists sweat better than cowhide. And if I remember correctly keeps its form better.

CanMan
08-14-2012, 18:13
I'm partial to these: www.kramerleather.com (http://www.kramerleather.com)

dakrat
08-14-2012, 18:34
Mitch Rosen is one of the most renowned name in holster business.

Q: Is there any advantage to horsehide?

A: There is absolutley no advantage to horsehide as a material for high-quality holster manufacture. All of our standard products are constructed of best quality cowhide. However, we do keep some horsehide in stock for those who have been successfully advertised to.


Bullhide a bunch of bull.

The latest fad among some gun belt makers is bullhide. Bullhide is an extremely low quality leather imported from Mexico at low cost. Bulls are killed for their hides at a much older age, and therefore the leather tends to be raggy and full of fat wrinkles (soft spots in the leather). You will observe that many bullhide belts have stiffening "inserts" in them to overcome the leathers deficiencies. This is completely unnecessary with best quality cowhide, and is clear evidence of bullhide's inferiority.
http://www.mitchrosen.com/rosen_FAQs/rosen_faqs.html

dakrat
08-14-2012, 18:36
Theis Holsters (http://theisholsters.com/)

Quality is same as Comp-Tac and Crossbreed, but it's less expensive and ships faster.

same quality as Crossbreed maybe. because its the same copy of holster. I do not believe it is the same quality holster as the MTAC though.

Dolomite
08-14-2012, 19:10
Another shout out for Theis Holsters. I've got one for my Nano in horsehide with kydex clips. The leather and the kydex shell are precisely trimmed so there's no more material than absolutely necessary.

maxmanta
08-15-2012, 08:59
If you've got money and patience, then a Milt Sparks Summer Special II is perfect.

USSOCOM
08-15-2012, 22:54
MTAC all the way

MTAC here also.

1milkman
08-15-2012, 23:26
http://www.ttgunleather.com/catalog/i65.html

I got this in black for my G30. I used the Crossbreed initially, but the metal belt clips and exposed muzzle wore holes in my jeans. I could not be more satisfied with the TT Gunleather holster. Top-shelf quality. :supergrin:

Not my pic:

http://www.ttgunleather.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/DSC03795.JPG

+1 TT gunleather Mikes special best holster I have found.

TurkeyTrack
08-16-2012, 09:58
MTAC here also.

My preference.

mikesull415
08-16-2012, 18:51
Used to carry a g26 in a Comptac MTAC. LOVED it. Only got rid of it (the gun, not the holster) because I started carrying 1911

GlockColektr
08-16-2012, 18:51
Theis Holsters (http://theisholsters.com/)

Quality is same as Comp-Tac and Crossbreed, but it's less expensive and ships faster.

Theis in horsehide. Best holster and service you'll find.

DJohnson8
08-16-2012, 19:01
I'm new to Glocks and just got a 27 G4 for my carry gun. Love it and ordered a Galco Kingtuk IWB. I like it so far after a week of carry. I looked at Crossbreed holsters but wait time was like 6 weeks out and I was excited. How does the Galco compare to Crossbreed? Both came highly recommended from Hickok45 via YouTube. Love that guys reviews

jack76590
08-16-2012, 19:07
I'm partial to these: www.kramerleather.com (http://www.kramerleather.com)



I carry my G26 in Kramer horsehide #3 IWB. Very pleased with it. I had one I used for about ten years and while still in good shape I just recently replaced.

Glockworks
08-17-2012, 03:39
Ditto, when I IWB carry my G17 Gen 4 or my G26 Gen 4, they are carried with the MIC holsters. I love them.

Ermytraining
08-17-2012, 17:04
Ron Garrett produces a well crafted iwb tuckable called "what the tuck". Excellent retention and comfort. Rivals my MTAC but quite frankly in my honest opinion the workmanship is about the best I have seen. MTAC is not abad second choice.