GUN Anyone familiar with these holsters?

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  1. michael

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    looks pretty good
     
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    I'm probably gonna get a CTAC since the wait time on VM2's are so friggen long.
     
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    That's not Milt Sparks so the wait may be alot less. Milt's up to 20 weeks backlog now for a VersaMax. This company's looks more like Milt's Security Six, which I prefer but alas, no belt clips.

    I don't find the Big bulky holsters like the Answer or CTAC that comfortable but I just got in my Comp Tac Gurkha which is pretty nice. I tossed my 715 into the drawer and am using this for my "heading to the store, grab it and clip on quick" holster.
     
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    I wear sweats alot after I get off work so the ctac and my heritage are just too bulky. This is pretty comfy and alot more stable and won't pull out with the gun like my Hume 715 does.
     
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    I've heard good things about the Gurkha and the Pro Undercover
     
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    He isn't one of the most popular makers, but I've heard nothing but positive things about him and his products from those that buy them.
     
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    luvitlo94 Make a choice and don't look back.

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    I tried on a Kramer IWB the other day, it was VERY comfortable.............but for $105 it should be. I might pick one up if the Threat Solutions UCR doesn't work out.
     
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    I got this when asking about the Brommland in another forum...

     

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