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Old 03-07-2018, 12:16 PM
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Default Glock 26 IWB holster suggestion

Hey guys just modified my permit(removed shield) to add the Glock 26.
I need holster suggestions, Iíve had my permit a little over a year and already have a box full of holsters.
I carry g19 everyday in a LAG defender holster at 4 oíclock. I like it not love it.
Prefer to stick with Kydex and the like mainly because leather and neoprene make me sweat a lot and I end up getting rash for whatever reason plastics donít.

Prefer 2 points of attachment the rock of the CYA holsters drive me crazy.

Thanks in advance
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Old 03-07-2018, 8:29 PM
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Try this one from Safariland assuming you want an inside the waistband style.

http://www.safariland.com/products/h...sxeh1cgvqj7qwc
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Old 03-07-2018, 8:39 PM
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Try Stealthgear ventcore if your worried about sweating, very breathable with kydex outer shell.
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Hey guys just modified my permit(removed shield) to add the Glock 26.
I need holster suggestions, Iíve had my permit a little over a year and already have a box full of holsters.
I carry g19 everyday in a LAG defender holster at 4 oíclock. I like it not love it.
Prefer to stick with Kydex and the like mainly because leather and neoprene make me sweat a lot and I end up getting rash for whatever reason plastics donít.

Prefer 2 points of attachment the rock of the CYA holsters drive me crazy.

Thanks in advance
James, where are you located. If your in the OC area or Ontario, stop by either my shop or this weekends Ontario Gun Show, bring your gun and try some holsters on before you buy.

You say you have a shoe box full of holsters (which is why my point of coming into the shop or show for a fitting) What holster do you have, and why are you dissatisfied? If you give a gun type, and someone offers a holster without asking these questions to fit you, expect it may end up in a show box with the others.

Where on the body do you wear your gun? Do you wear a tucked in shirt? Do you have any physical limitations that limit location or draw such as arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrom, rotator cuff, etc. Limitation on where you can carry because of IBS, Ulcers, hip injury, back injury/pain? Are you heavy, slim? Considerations such as sensitive skin, medical issues affecting skin?

All or any of these can make a difference in which holster might be right for your, or what adjustments that you might not have made to either fit or how you wear can impact both performance and comfort.

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Old 03-07-2018, 9:55 PM
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Default Glock 26 IWB holster suggestion

Grantar,
I wish I was closer Iíve seen your posts around,
Holsters Iíve tried range from alien gear 3.0 to cya single clips.
First I am a gear junkie so donít mind trying a lot of different holster.
The alien gear is comfortable but sweaty for me plus I had to modify the kydex for my g19 wrecked my middle finger in a training class..

Iíll look into the stealthgear and see whatís up

Mostly wear jeans and t shirt never tucked in. Carry 4 oíclock

No medical issue but I live in the Central Valley where people melt

Thanks for the input
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Old 03-08-2018, 8:40 AM
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Remember I am a sales man so question claims.

For the G26 since you have no health issues and wear casual, have you tried a Sticky Holster - The G26 requires a MD-4G, they are made in Florida and are comfortable hot and cold. Some people have an issue with no clip, but it's really no issue. I have other solutions, but as an example the Sticky is no bigger than the gun so you have minimal holster against the body. When I was at the California Gang Task Force briefing in Visailia you should have seen how many happy cops I had with this.

There are other solutions. Feel free to give me a call, I can answer questions no obligation to buy from me. If you decided to order one from me, I would still like to talk with you about how to get the best performance comfort and some training to gain confidence with the rig. Do use the current discount code Nexbelt10 - My number is (949) 528-7385
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Kydex iwb holster is all I use now. I also like MIC. I have few others that are more expensive, but I like to be invisible and THIN. and there is nothing thinner than the MIC holsters.
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I highly recommend Bravo concealments torsion holster for the 26. Iíve been using for 1.5 years.


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Old 03-10-2018, 7:14 AM
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Thank you for recommendations
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Precision Holsters out of Placerville are excellent. Small profile, comfortable, with the ability to customize a number of the parts.
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I use Comp Tac Infidel at 4:00 position for my Glock 26, comfortable and secure, most of the time I don't notice it. ymmv
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I use TrexArms appendix. If you have a belly...no go...but i dont even know that its there plus I get a mag pouch with it.
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I purchased a Tulster Holster and it is by far the most comfortable Holster I've tried so far-
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Vedder light tuck
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Highly recommend the Vedder "Light Tuck"... comes with strong metal belt clip, adjustable height, adjustable cant, retention, and optional "claw" attachment which I have and highly recommend on a sing belt clip rig (keeps from printing).

The quality, custom form, and build of the Vedder--in my opinion--is excellent.

I've been using this holster every day with no issues. Super comfortable, adjustable, and provides quick removal of rig if needed.

https://www.vedderholsters.com/lighttuck/

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Highly recommend the Vedder "Light Tuck"... comes with strong metal belt clip, adjustable height, adjustable cant, retention, and optional "claw" attachment which I have and highly recommend on a sing belt clip rig (keeps from printing).

The quality, custom form, and build of the Vedder--in my opinion--is excellent.

I've been using this holster every day with no issues. Super comfortable, adjustable, and provides quick removal of rig if needed.

https://www.vedderholsters.com/lighttuck/
I too concur, Vedder is the only way to go!

I've never tried the "claw" attachment. But with three different clip mounting holes, I've been able to find the sweet spot that naturally keeps a G26 tucked in. No printing, very comfortable.
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Check Craft Holsters
Their G26 IWB's are here https://www.craftholsters.com/glock-26-iwb-holsters
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Hey guys just modified my permit(removed shield) to add the Glock 26.
I need holster suggestions, Iíve had my permit a little over a year and already have a box full of holsters.
I carry g19 everyday in a LAG defender holster at 4 oíclock. I like it not love it.
Prefer to stick with Kydex and the like mainly because leather and neoprene make me sweat a lot and I end up getting rash for whatever reason plastics donít.

Prefer 2 points of attachment the rock of the CYA holsters drive me crazy.

Thanks in advance
James, are you in Orange County? If yes just stop by my shop and try some on. If your in Riverside or Ontario come out next week and shop the Ontario Gun Show. Bring your gun (it will have to be empty in the show) and try on several different holsters from the various vendor. We will be there as well.

If not I have a list of questions I like to ask before trying to fit you. Of course one question has to be why not buy another of what you were using for the shield. The key with the Glock is it's wider, noticeably wider, so trying before you buy is a good idea.
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Dejavu...
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Ended up with the stealth gear ventcore been using it almost 2 months. Have to say Iím really digging it almost no sweat and works good
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Bravo concealment torsion. Cheap and the clips are excellent. Plus you donít have to wait 2 or 3 months to get it.


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Ended up with the stealth gear ventcore been using it almost 2 months. Have to say Iím really digging it almost no sweat and works good
So now that the holster issue is settled, where did you take the fish, what was the weight. You have to expect questions like this if your going to use a plastic navy photo for your avatar.
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So now that the holster issue is settled, where did you take the fish, what was the weight. You have to expect questions like this if your going to use a plastic navy photo for your avatar.


Caught off Santa Cruz, 50lbs ,

No clue what plastic navy is
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Caught off Santa Cruz, 50lbs ,

No clue what plastic navy is
Probably in reference to your Kayak.
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Back in the day when GetBentSportfishing.com was in it's hey day 2003 to 2007 was the onset of the kayak fishing craze and development. During that time there were kayak fishing tournaments, big runs off of Lajola for yellowtail etc. The guys often referred to themselves as the Plastic Navy. Not unlike yatch clubs having power squadrons, and flotillas, of course the always amazing collection of bass boats, and air boats the make up the famous Cajun Navy we saw in action this last winter during the Huston / Galveston rescues.


There is an official group http://plasticnavykayakanglers.com/

There are news articles https://www.ocregister.com/2008/03/3...-plastic-navy/
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Good looking fish. Is that a White Sea Bass?
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Good looking fish. Is that a White Sea Bass?


Yes it is
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Vedder light tuck
This.

All of my IWB are Vedder.

I keep buying others based on glowing recommendations here, and I keep going back to Vedder.
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Yes it is
White sea bass, great eating fish. Love the grey ghosts if you can get them. Only time I got one was fishing out of Ventura.
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Highly recommend the Vedder "Light Tuck"... comes with strong metal belt clip, adjustable height, adjustable cant, retention, and optional "claw" attachment which I have and highly recommend on a sing belt clip rig (keeps from printing).

The quality, custom form, and build of the Vedder--in my opinion--is excellent.

I've been using this holster every day with no issues. Super comfortable, adjustable, and provides quick removal of rig if needed.

https://www.vedderholsters.com/lighttuck/
Thread Jack,,,


I have a Glock 17 gen 5 with a trjicon rmr. I want one of these kydex clip iwb type holsters. Do you know if it will work with the rmr and suppressor height sights?

Thanks
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Thread Jack,,,


I have a Glock 17 gen 5 with a trjicon rmr. I want one of these kydex clip iwb type holsters. Do you know if it will work with the rmr and suppressor height sights?

Thanks


Here's a Raven Concealment with an RMR/Glock

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q...6&&FORM=VDRVRV


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I have a Glock 17 gen 5 with a trjicon rmr. I want one of these kydex clip iwb type holsters. Do you know if it will work with the rmr and suppressor height sights?

Thanks
I dont own one but saw last night a Bravo Concealment Torsion video, the guy had a RMR and suppressor height sights on it (see video):
https://www.bravoconcealment.com/pro...orsion-holster
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Alien Gear Shapeshift (four holsters in one). We sell them at a discount with free shipping here:

http://www.applicationtactical.com/concealmentholsters/
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