GUN Recommend me a nice IWB Holster. Ive been rocking this POS.

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  1. SirSmith

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    I bought this Don Hume IWB holster from the place I bought my gun for like $25 but there's got to be a better one than this:

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  2. SirSmith

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    It's not really a POS. It does its job but it could be more comfy
     
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    That Milt Sparks looks comfortable with a big piece of leather that goes on my hip.
     
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    i have the same don hume holster that you have, it does its job for $20 but its not that great.

    i bought a tucker gunleather IWB holster and its very comfortable. comparable to the vm2 imo. milt sparks' is prolly alittle more comfortable. 6 month wait is the suck for sure tho.

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    TT Gunleather IWB
     
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    AKJ Concealco. It rocks. Perfect can't and I can't tell I have it on when I rock my 26.
     
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    Yeah the 6 month wait on Milt Sparks sucks, you can avoid it if you find a place that has them in stock though :dunno:
     
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    anyone try the crossbreed supertuck??
     
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    I love my supertuck. A lot of people bash on it for the looks, but its a simple design and really comfortable after break in.

    I bought mine new and after about 2 years broke one of the plastic clips. I wrote them an email and had two brand new metal ones within 3 days.

    A great holster for the money IMHO.
     
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    Give lightening arms a call, from what I can remember they stock milt sparks so they might have it.
     
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    The fuck it isn't.
     
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    Is that an SR9 that you carry??

    Aren't you worried about it not working and....dying?
     
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    Were that's what I use, and I can switch between my glock and 1911 pretty easily
     
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    MTAC for me 10. But I sure do love Milt Sparks' work.
     
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