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spittinfire 01-30-2011 10:12 AM

The supertuck is an IWB holster. It really is the most comfortable IWB holster I've tried and the most concealable. I can make my 1911 disappear in shorts and a t shirt. Not to mention it has a lifetime warranty to go with it. They really are great people to deal with.
I have a blackhawk holster I wear on my belt for when I'm out in the yard or at the range but for concealled carry, IWB I always go back to the supertuck.

neophyte 01-30-2011 04:57 PM

Conceal Carry Holsters
 
VLT; Ma'am, try this site for a visual,

IWB

For Blackhawk:

Holsters | Gun Holsters for Glock, Beretta, & Ruger | SERPA Holsters - BLACKHAWK!

Another; ''Murph" designed and builds some fine working holsters.
Many of the local gun shows, his products are available. Looking at the CrossBreed; his are very similar; and similar to my Glock, SW-638; Ruger GP100; these are my carry type

VLT 01-31-2011 08:39 AM

I contacted the makers of the supertuck and asked if I could go with the minituck with my .38 and they said no. They also stated that their holsters are made to wear with belts, which I don't wear. :(

neophyte 01-31-2011 11:11 AM

VLT: Ma'am; I understood that from your original posting. your situation isn't odd; many women have the same type issuse. {never am I condecending}

The more this thread developes; the more other can become aware. With additional thoughts; suggestions

I introduced the Thunderwear; and Smart Carry. These seem workable, in many ways

you tube:)


follow up; and we can continue thinking:) lolol; with :)'s



spittinfire 02-01-2011 05:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by VLT (Post 77271)
I contacted the makers of the supertuck and asked if I could go with the minituck with my .38 and they said no. They also stated that their holsters are made to wear with belts, which I don't wear. :(

Not wearing a belt is a big issue when trying to carry. There are some options out there like what neophyte mentioned but IMO, they don't work as well as a holster that is attached to a solid gun belt. The reason for that opinion is that a holster attached to a belt simply offers better control of the weapon. It holds it in the same place which allows for fast draw as well as ease of reholstering. The soft holsters with elastic do not lend themselves at all to reholstering(I don't want to have to take my pants down to reholster my weapon).
The best advice I can give you is try a few. Yes, you spend a little money but it's really the only way to find out what works best for you and very few people prefer the same carry rig, worn in the exact same way.


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