Loose Tool wrote:
that is about what I’m looking for. Thanks for the info
As an alternative to leather, Comp-Tac makes a nice inside the waistband Kydex. I’m real pleased with the way it carries my Glock 32.
I use Kydex almost exclusively for carry and competition these days.
Another thing about IWB holsters. Make sure it’s rgid enought o stay open after you draw. You should be able to reholster with one hand. If you can’t I’d look at other holsters to carry.
That Kydex holster looks interesting. I’ve always used leather, but back in the day, there was no kydex. Kevin McClung of Maddog knives was the first to ever use kydex as a holster. He was using it for the SEAL knives he crafted in the early 90s, FWIW.
Kramer’s holsters are great, they keep their shape and are very stable. Price is a little stiff at 1400$ or so, but they are hand made and last. I bought holsters in the early 90s that are just fine now.
EDIT : I mean 140$ or so, hahaha!