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  • leVieux

    Old Guy "Lost my guns in move to nursing home."
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    I just found a "new" great holster maker in San Antonio; "On Your 6 Designs".

    I bought one and liked it so much that I immediately ordered five more.

    These are simple Kydex IWB's, with non-damaging belt hooks and extensions to protect skin from the hammer area of semi-auto's.

    The weapons "snap" into place, without extra retention, but are very secure. matching magazine carriers are available.

    Models for most common carry weapons are just $30.00.

    See: https://www.facebook.com/OnYour6Designs

    leVieux
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    Angeleyes

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    i think i remember these guys my chl instructor brought some in and wore one with his plastic blue gun.
     

    Handgun World

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    My co instructor and I have been using their holsters while teaching classes and I've been wearing them for CCW. They are very well made and surprisingly comfortable. They're not overly bulky like some and that adds to their comfort.

    If you're like me, if a holster is not comfortable, I just won't wear it and tempted not to carry the gun. Not a good thing.

    Their holsters are also very reasonably priced.
     

    Heinz Bar

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    I wear one every day with a Ruger SR9C. Very comfortable and unobtrusive but it does have it's draw backs. Sometimes after sitting the single belt clip gets off the belt and I have to adjust it. Also, I've done several training classes and IDPA matches and after a few draws I will pull the entire holster out of my pants when drawing the gun. Works great for the one draw defensive scenario but when I do multiple repeated draws for matches or training I switch to my paddle holster.

    While it's not the be all end all of holsters, it's a great option and for the price it's hard to beat.
     

    leVieux

    Old Guy "Lost my guns in move to nursing home."
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    I have no trouble with the holster belt clip.

    But the clips on the mag carrier are reversed from the holster arrangement and are a real bitch to take off without removing he entire belt and starting-over.

    leVieux
     

    leVieux

    Old Guy "Lost my guns in move to nursing home."
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    I spoke with the factory guy.

    I feel silly; the little belt clips are easily reversible.

    Work great when the plastic clip is placed between the waistband and the belt !

    Rick
     
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