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I am holster broke!  I keep seeing something that looks better, so I get it.  All of these holsters are pretty good for concealment and pretty good for comfort, but I favor the Galco leather (the one with the gun).  It carries so close that it is very hard to detect; really good concealment.  The Sneaky Pete (with the flap) is good to wear with anything.  The one on the lower left, with the paddle, is very comfortable but not as concealable as the Galco, which I wear outside of the waistband, but inside the belt.

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I usually just toss my XDS 45 in my pocket and nobody knows it's there... Gotta be careful to inspect it for lint every time but it's definitely more comfortable/better hidden than my waistband holsters...
I love my shoulder holsters when it's cold enough to wear a jacket, which is never.
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View PostKneesInTheBreeze, on 20 September 2013 - 12:27 PM, said:

I am holster broke!  I keep seeing something that looks better, so I get it.  All of these holsters are pretty good for concealment and pretty good for comfort, but I favor the Galco leather (the one with the gun).  It carries so close that it is very hard to detect; really good concealment.  The Sneaky Pete (with the flap) is good to wear with anything.  The one on the lower left, with the paddle, is very comfortable but not as concealable as the Galco, which I wear outside of the waistband, but inside the belt.

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Take some pictures with some other common objects and the sneaky pete.  I'm interested in one for my M&P9C but I need a better idea of how big it is...

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View PostNeil Caudle is Superman, on 21 September 2013 - 05:30 PM, said:

I usually just toss my XDS 45 in my pocket and nobody knows it's there... Gotta be careful to inspect it for lint every time but it's definitely more comfortable/better hidden than my waistband holsters...
I love my shoulder holsters when it's cold enough to wear a jacket, which is never.

I hope you have a pocket holster.  Carrying without something covering the trigger is bad ju ju...

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View Postnova, on 21 September 2013 - 05:50 PM, said:



I hope you have a pocket holster.  Carrying without something covering the trigger is bad ju ju...

The XDS is pretty safe... Heavy first trigger pull and only moves on direct rearward pressure... That combined with the grip safety makes it pretty close to impossible to accidentally discharge.

I do have a pocket holster and use it around half of the time but sometimes if I'm just going to a movie or a restaurant to eat I just slip it in my pocket.
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View PostNeil Caudle is Superman, on 21 September 2013 - 05:57 PM, said:

The XDS is pretty safe... Heavy first trigger pull and only moves on direct rearward pressure... That combined with the grip safety makes it pretty close to impossible to accidentally discharge.

I do have a pocket holster and use it around half of the time but sometimes if I'm just going to a movie or a restaurant to eat I just slip it in my pocket.

Do it if you want but I wouldn't.  Nearly impossible is still possible...

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http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/

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View Postnova, on 22 September 2013 - 07:15 AM, said:



Do it if you want but I wouldn't.  Nearly impossible is still possible...

True, but it's technically possible even in a holster... It's definitely not something I'd do if I was planning on doing any sort of moving around besides walking and sitting, but it's relatively safe.
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I have to agree with Hobs. Get you a super tuck and be on your way. I don't have one, but that's because I'm cheap and use a cheap-o IWB holster. If you got the money, go for crossbreed.

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View PostNeil Caudle is Superman, on 21 September 2013 - 05:57 PM, said:

The XDS is pretty safe... Heavy first trigger pull and only moves on direct rearward pressure... That combined with the grip safety makes it pretty close to impossible to accidentally discharge.

I do have a pocket holster and use it around half of the time but sometimes if I'm just going to a movie or a restaurant to eat I just slip it in my pocket.

Gunners custom holsters on ebay makes a trigger guard holster for less than 20.00. Makes a great safe simple way to carry.

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Gunners custom klydex or blackpoint tactical holsters or GCode are the ones I am running most of the time now. I just bought a Kahr cm9 9mm and use the trigger guard holster with a lanyard. Simple easy and safe.

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View Postsmokeyone, on 22 September 2013 - 03:53 PM, said:



Gunners custom holsters on ebay makes a trigger guard holster for less than 20.00. Makes a great safe simple way to carry.

I'll look that up right now. I just don't like having a lot of weight in my pockets if I'm going to something like a movie because I'll generally wear athletic shorts and I don't want to unintentionally sag my pants. All of my holsters are nearly as heavy as my XDS so it's like having two guns in my pocket.
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View PostHobnailedBoots, on 22 September 2013 - 11:48 AM, said:


That or a Comp-tac minotaur

http://www.comp-tac....?products_id=95


Same concept but a little better executed IMO, and I say that as a guy that owns and uses a Crossbreed all the time...

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Carry a Glock 17 G4 in a Blackhawk IWB holster. Cheap, soft, fits well on the gun. Have a Left and Right handed one. Been carrying them for about 2 years now.

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I fall in and out of love with carry guns and holsters. I carried a keltec 32 for years and finally gave it to my mom and bought the Kahr. I am not in love with it yet so I also rotate in a sig p239 in 9mm but its just a hair too big. The trigger guard holster deal was one I used with a raven product. It has a trigger guard holster with a clip for appendix carry. The lanyard version is a little more involved but allows for a tuckable carry no one can see. I have a colt pocket 9 that would be perfect for carry but it has a double action crappy trigger and slide bite from hell. I wish sig made a 232 in 9mm as I would be all about that.

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