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Old 12-01-2017, 8:34 AM
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I'm looking for an IWB holster for my trusty USP40c that I recently added a GG&G rail and APLc to. Seems to be a tough cookie to find these days and frankly, I don't want to drag all my holster making tools out of storage and set up to only make one for myself.

Frankly, I need one for a USP45c in the same configuration as well.

No, I'm not interested in an OWB holster but thanks anyway.
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Old 12-18-2017, 11:49 AM
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Just in case anybody else is looking, I found a few holster makers that will make a variety of custom HK type rigs with a variety of lights. All of these offered inforce lights as options.

https://onpointholsters.com/products/inside

http://www.multiholsters.com/shop/in...ndard-holster/

https://t5customkydex.com/iwb-holster/
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Alien Gear ALL THE WAY.

Their holsters are extremely comfortable.

I have been using mine for a few years now and love mine. They also have customer service that is out of this world.
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Just an update to those who might be on tbe same hunt. I came across Bare Arms custom holsters and decided to give them a whirl.

They had a drop down option for both my USP 45c and USP 40c with my APLc and a BOGO 1/2 off deal going on too. So what the heck, why not!

4 days later I received the holsters in the mail and I'm impressed!

Fit and finish is great. I opted for a basoc package, but they offer several finish types and embellishments.

Although not advertised by them, I also discovered that both holsters held the guns nicely without the light on as well. Now this means to me that the person who moulded them had enough insight as a gun user to know that option is not common, but highly desirable to have.

All in all, I'm VERY pleased amd they are able to do this holster with most modern lights with that rail adapter.

I'll try to post pics soon and do a long term use update later.
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Just a quick update on these holsters for anyone who is wondering.
I have carried either or both of them very frequently in the past 5 months and have only come to appreciate them more. Screws are still set where I put them and no appreciable wear.

I frequently carry them appendix carry style towards the front and have no issues with sitting for long periods of time with them in vehicles, restaurants, etc...
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