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Thread: IWB Holster for Glock 22 w/TLR-1S

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    IWB Holster for Glock 22 w/TLR-1S

    I just ditched the Viridian for a TLR-1S with a contour switch. Much better! And I also got a Safariland 6377 for OCing, but now I'm looking for a CC holster to accompany my Glock and Streamlight. I've been looking hard at some Blade Tech holsters. Anyone have any experience with them? Or have any other suggestions? Please don't suggest any custom Kydex makers that have a 6-200 month wait time. I'm very impatient

    If it's OWB CC, I'm looking for one that rides kind of high. This Safariland drops lower than my Serpa and Galco.

    Thanks in advance!
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    I know that Crossbreed and Theis have models for Glocks with assorted Crimson Trace lasers, but I don't know if they would work for your model; you could call and ask.

    It's good you want to CC. Glocks are hideous. :-P
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eeyore View Post
    I know that Crossbreed and Theis have models for Glocks with assorted Crimson Trace lasers, but I don't know if they would work for your model; you could call and ask.

    It's good you want to CC. Glocks are hideous. :-P
    Thanks,I'll check out Theis! Crossbreed takes way too long for my liking.

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    Have you considered a Blackhawk SERPA holster?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OfficerDavis View Post
    Have you considered a Blackhawk SERPA holster?
    Yessir, that's what I've used since I first got a Glock awhile back. Problem is, I don't think they make one to accompany my new setup. I'd like to try and keep the TLR-1S I have on as much as possible. Other than that, I'm a fan of them. Never encountered any of the problems with them that I've heard about.
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    I have a glock 22 and use a blackhawk for oc and have a sticky holster for cc. The sticky holsters IMO are great. You can find one to fit your set up. You just need to try a few to see what one fits your set up the best.

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