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XDm concealment holster

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by ZalesCreator, Nov 14, 2010.

  1. ZalesCreator

    ZalesCreator Fairview Oregon Member

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    Just bought a .40 cal XDm sub with the new 3.8 inch barrel and having a real pain in the rear time finding a concealment holster. Im looking for either a leg or right hip concealment carry, I have a wrecked shoulder and cant reach to my back so that wont work at all.
    Thanks guys.
     
  2. gehrheart

    gehrheart fidalgo island Well-Known Member

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  3. Doubletap

    Doubletap Newberg Well-Known Member

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    You're gonna have a hard time finding anything better than a Crossbreed...
     
  4. ZalesCreator

    ZalesCreator Fairview Oregon Member

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    OK thank you I will check em both out.
     
  5. Migo

    Migo NE Portland, Oregon Member

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    For me, Milt Sparks holsters in Boise are the best. After starting to waste money collecting a drawer of holsters, I just always go to them now. Unfortunately, a lot of people feel the same way, so you'll be waiting six months for yours. The VM-2 is the most comfortable IWB and can be worn on your right side, but not appendix carry because the body protector will stab you when you bend over. The S/S can probably be worn appendix carry. The Milt Sparks folks are really friendly if you call them during off peak hours.

    If you want something fast and inexpensive, I've been having good luck so far carrying my XDSC in a Remora RFT holster. This holster doesn't use clips and can be positioned anywhere on your waist. It's made of a sticky material that clings to your skin, shirt, jeans, etc. You might think it will fall down the inside of your pants or come out with your pistol when you unholster, but that hasn't happened to me yet. I don't know yet how it will work if it gets really dirty or gritty, but it looks like it can just be rinsed in water if that happens. I certainly like this holster more than Uncle Mike's, Bulldog, and other similarly priced holsters.
     
  6. R-Rizzo

    R-Rizzo NW Oregon Member

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    Bwahahahaha... I'm such a stalker.... I was totally thinking of you when I opened this post and lo' and behold..... Weird...> Hopefully you can figure out who this is...
     
  7. Godspeed

    Godspeed Oregon Member

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    +1 For the Crossbreed. So comfy
     
  8. j.barnum

    j.barnum Oregon Member

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    I would recommend a IWB/OWB holster from LittlebearHolster.com, their all leather holster is custom made for your pistol. I have one of the IWB/OWB holster that I can wear IWB, OWB, BTPABTB( bewteen the pants & behind the belt), and can be used as crossdraw. If you order the "tuckable" Kydex belt clips, it will even work as a Tuckable holster.
    I have worn my holster for over a year and it just disappears and feels natural to wear. Oh, yes, I am carrying a 9mm Cougar which weighs loaded near 40 oz., so a good quality holster is necessary to hold it and yet be comforting.

    Give Dave Galloway an email for a good value and one of the most flexible all leather holsters on the market today. You may want to look at his quality leather belts as I have a dark brown Sharkskin 1.5" belt which holds the holster very well in any position I place it.
     
  9. EYEBALL

    EYEBALL OR. Member

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    GALCO - YAQUI SLIDE.
     
  10. Hawaiian

    Hawaiian Tigard Oregon Well-Known Member

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    The Sparks VMII is well worth the 26 week wait. IMHO.