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This is a discussion on Favorite tuckable IWB holsters within the CCW Conceal Carry forums, part of the Gun Forums category; EDIT: thanks everyone for the suggestions! Of course, CCW gear is very personal and subjective, but I've decided it's worth the wait and minimal risk ...

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    Favorite tuckable IWB holsters

    EDIT: thanks everyone for the suggestions! Of course, CCW gear is very personal and subjective, but I've decided it's worth the wait and minimal risk to try a High Noon Tailgate (6 month wait). In the mean time, I've got a nice inexpensive kydex unit from Custom Carry Concepts.

    Lessons Learned:
    1) You get what you pay for, but when it comes down to kydex vs. leather, kydex offers more bang for the buck.
    2) Holsters By Eric (hbeleatherworks.com) is an outstanding manufacturer and Eric is super easy to contact online. Only reason I didn't go with him was he doesn't have Steyr A1 mold.
    3) A lot of the Big Name manufacturers seem to focus more on OWB and Duty gear (e.g. Bianchi, Safariland, Galco, Fobus), whereas it's the little guys and cottage industries that truly excel at deep concealment rigs.

    Oh yeah, by the way, I've got a Steyr M9A1 en route from CDNN.... after reading so many glowing posts about them here I finally caved and bought one. Expect a range report, ummm, eventually

    ORIGINAL POST:
    What do y'all like in the way of tuckable IWB holsters? Preferably for a 4" Springfield XD9 and Steyr M9A1.
    I've decided to go ahead and apply for an Alabama carry permit, even though it would only be usable when I'm off the rez (NASA/Army federal property, that is).
    Last edited by kartoffel; 06-24-2008 at 11:08 PM.

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    Everyone on XForums raves about
    http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/index.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowend
    Everyone on XForums raves about
    http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/index.html
    Thanks. Looks like good stuff!

    Just since posting this I got an email from Eric (the E in HBE) saying he doesn't support SteyrM*-A1 models but is on the lookout for a dummy gun or mold. I oughta tell him CDNN has them new in box for $339 eh?

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    CompTac.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingPerformance
    Excellent!

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    I carry my Cougar 8040 and Steyr M9 in a High Noon "Mr Softy" holster. Works great and the same holster works for both guns.



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    ooohhhh man. high noon or cross breed....


    i cant decide!

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    http://www.comp-tac.com/


    do you want leather or kydex or both?



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    well i ordered a cross breed today for my USP. ill let you know what its like in about a month.

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