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Pics of Your CCW Holster

I thought this would be a good place to show and tell about your CCW weapon, holster and belt of choice. Does anyone have any pics? It will be good for anyone considering carrying concealed.


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Here's one of my setups, Glock 27 with an Uncle Mikes IWB and no belt:

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2nd setup, Glock 27 in a DeSantis Check-Mate:



3rd setup, Kimber Custom II in a DeSantis thumb break scabbard:


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Glock 30 in a comp-tac, haven't had it long but so far I like the fit and retention.



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Glock 30 in a comp-tac, haven't had it long but so far I like the fit and retention.


So you went with a glock..?

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wasup Grayson. yeah the deal on the xd fell through and then I ran across a sweet deal on the Glock I couldn't pass up, after shooting it I really like it.

did you ever decide what you want ?

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wasup Grayson. yeah the deal on the xd fell through and then I ran across a sweet deal on the Glock I couldn't pass up, after shooting it I really like it.

did you ever decide what you want ?
Haha, I want everything. Calvin just got S&W M&P-15 so now I really want one of those bad boys.... If only money grew on trees....

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These are just some quick photos I shot with my phone. I will get better ones with my other rigs on later.

OK, this is a Glock 27 (.40 cal) with a Pearce grip extender in place. It is being coddled in a grandfather oaks IWB holster. I have done a couple minor things to it for around the clock wear.

This is the gun and holster combo while doffed.



Other side with custom moleskin.



And this is how it looks on a fat guy in a CPA shirt






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Glock 30 in a comp-tac, haven't had it long but so far I like the fit and retention.


Looks good. I have been wanting to try out the MTAC. It looks like a great set up. I got what I wear because it rides the same place and it was less than half the cost of the MTAC. I still may get one in the future though.

Also, if everyone does not know **cough cough** Rick, Cough*** You need a good sturdy belt if you are going to be wearing this type rigs at all. They make a world of difference. JK Rick

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Also, if everyone does not know **cough cough** Rick, Cough*** You need a good sturdy belt if you are going to be wearing this type rigs at all. They make a world of difference. JK Rick
Yeah i know bud. The setup is quite tight and i'm happy with the draw. The holster has never pulled out yet. The other 2 of course i have to wear a belt.

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