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Old December 24th, 2019, 04:44 PM #11
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I have one, not sure what iteration, but I like it with my Springfield XDs 3.3 45.

For my P365, I have been using a Sticky Holder. It is basically a sticky outside pouch.

https://stickyholsters.com/
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Old December 24th, 2019, 04:51 PM #12
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I have a 3.5 for a CZ P01 and PPQ. For my smaller PPS and Kahr, I carry AIWB in a Vedder or Tulster. I like them all.
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Old December 28th, 2019, 11:47 PM #13
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The whole shape shift thing is not for everyone, but it comes in handy for me. I use whatever version of the shape shift setup they were selling in 2017. Specifically for glock19. I keep the kit with me because I don't always know how I'm going to need to carry it, and the ability to reconfigure is nice. It is bulkier than a purpose built setup, but is comfortable.
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Old December 29th, 2019, 09:54 PM #14
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So I ordered a s&w performance center shield m2.0 4" barrel and no one makes iwb holsters for the 4" yet it seems.
Might order a Ted blocker, they are all custom made.
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Old December 30th, 2019, 12:24 AM #15
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Alien Gear makes good holsters. I have a few. BUT, now I mostly use Milt now.
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I have a older one that I really like, I think it's called the cloak tuck. I looked into the newer version but it looks to be considerably thicker which is a no go for me.

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I have a first gen IWB holster for a CZ I own. It was very comfortable. The bulk is there on the backing to spread the weight of the whole rig around your waist. Even with a double-stack 9mm, it was pretty comfortable for all day use.
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I have a first gen IWB holster for a CZ I own. It was very comfortable. The bulk is there on the backing to spread the weight of the whole rig around your waist. Even with a double-stack 9mm, it was pretty comfortable for all day use.
I have a first gen as well and agree that it was very comfortable. I did not care for the bulk and switched to a Foxx Hybrid which is a very similar design with less bulk. The kydex has enough flex to be comfortable and is thick enough to be secure. It was a couple bucks cheaper too.

https://www.foxxholsters.com/product...atural-leather
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