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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-07-2007, 09:26 AM Thread Starter
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Concealed Carry Holster

Hey guy's, what is the most comfortable (IWB) concealed holster that you have used or heard about? This will be for my Sig Pro .40 S&W.
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-07-2007, 12:39 PM
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Currently, I'm partial to Crossbreed's Supertuck for the following reasons:

1. It has two clips that are offset from the pistol. That means it stays in the position you want and won't rotate on you. It also means that the overall thickness will be less than if you had the clip lined up with the pistol.

2. A Kydex body makes for a smooth and easy draw. I had an all leather holster and it almost requires you to pull the pistol straight out or the holster may pull up out of your pants with the gun. Kydex is also thinner than leather.

3. You have a leather backing piece that will mold to your body but still be stiff enough to distribute the pressure.

4. You can easily trim the leather and the Kydex to make it fit you.

5. It's under $75.

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post #3 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-07-2007, 12:48 PM
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I had a few replies in an old thread of mine...

I just ordered a Minotuar from Comptac, should be here next week sometime, ill see how it works out.
Like Renan said, I like the two clips, kydex and leather backing, and also im hoping the size being large and flat will help with any outlines that could show thru clothing.
I ordered the XD slide version(for my XD 40), so if I pick up a XD 9 Sub compact sometime soon, it will still work with the holster.(and even if you change guns/manufacturers, you can order a new Kydex section to swap out on your exsisting holster)

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-07-2007, 01:15 PM
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Comp-Tac user here.

I've got a couple of there paddle holsters for my Glock and Kimber. And currently I've got three of there IWB holsters; C-TAC, Ghurka, and the Shirt Tucker. The C-TAC is similar to the Minotuar except no leather. I prefer the C-TAC for it's slimmer profile compared to the Ghurka that puts the hook on the holster itself rather on the ends making it thicker.

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I have a Concealco and have been happy with it. Customer service sucks, but it is a good product, cheap, and only takes 3 weeks.

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