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Doc Holliday
05-28-2007, 17:14
JSHolsters.com hasn't let me down yet, I highly recommend them.
They make great one-piece Kydex holsters for Glocks, with NO pointy assembly tabs poking at ya (Fobus)...nice and smooth up against ya, and two adjustable tensioners. They curve the belt channel AWAY from the body, so it really grabs the belt and can't be pulled off during a draw.

Pics of my 26 in one -

http://img.geocaching.com/user/33d9737f-7e8c-4ac9-895d-35f41841d251.jpg

http://img.geocaching.com/user/d49c9d15-cba2-43f1-a42a-83635185c9ed.jpg

http://img.geocaching.com/user/92509d26-be62-4a3e-9a73-b696cc14a0f8.jpg

http://img.geocaching.com/user/2af479ad-7603-44ab-8946-96e28688f310.jpg

alwaysshootin
05-28-2007, 19:23
Sorry I can't show pics of my G20 in my Comptac Infidel with the beltclip, but be assured any future holster needs will be the same!:thumbsup:

hanknglock
05-30-2007, 07:12
J.S. may sell more holsters if they upgrade that crappy website it is really horrible :tongueout:

Doc Holliday
06-01-2007, 00:16
Originally posted by hanknglock
J.S. may sell more holsters if they upgrade that crappy website it is really horrible :tongueout:

I don't have any troubles connecting...???

hanknglock
06-01-2007, 06:30
I'm not talking about connecting I'm talking about the poor layout and small low quality pictures and descriptions, it could be much better than it is

Bulldog
06-03-2007, 15:36
Website & pics look fine to me. Click 'em to enlarge.

If they ever make a paddle for the S&W M&P series, I'll be all over it.

rightguide
06-28-2007, 20:16
What kind of grip extender is that on the 26? Add round count?

Luv44mag
07-09-2007, 18:10
Thanks for the info.....I'll check them out. The holsters I have been using (That I like) are Safariland.....like the 5186 for my G20

Bulldog
07-12-2007, 01:18
I went ahead and picked up their paddle holster for my G19. Nice holster. If I recall correctly, took about a week or so to get the holster. Wasn't very long, whatever it was, and the price was reasonable.

I did have to adjust it some. Since the belt channel is curved away on both ends, the pressure of the belt coming out of the forward edge wouldn't allow the pressure on the rear edge to tuck the butt of the gun in. So instead of returning it or relegating it to "The Holster Box," I decided to tweak it a bit. A little heat and some tweeking of the forward edge of the belt channel, and all is good. I also adjusted it a little so that it would ride about 1/4" higher.

http://www.jdlawhon.com/holsters/jspaddle01.jpg

I also picked up one of their Minimal Mag Pouches (http://armory.jsholsters.com/shop/item.asp?itemid=2107). Nice little low-profile pouch.