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Thread: Tuckable IWB holster With Retention for Sig P226? (Bizarre, I know)

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    Tuckable IWB holster With Retention for Sig P226? (Bizarre, I know)

    Hi All,

    I know this sounds like a bizarre question... please bear with me.
    I'm looking for a very specific kind of holster: For CC of my Sig P226 I'd like a tuckable, two-belt loop, adjustable-cant IWB holster **with at least Level 1 retention**.

    I know a lot of people think retention is unnecessary for concealed carry, especially IWB... but I don't want to take any chances.
    (Also, I know a lot of people will suggest a self-defense or hand-to-hand combat training course instead of the retention. I have four years of hand-to-hand combat martial arts training... I'm confident in my abilities against all but well-trained adversaries. I still want retention in my holster. )

    I also know that a lot of people think retention is a bad thing because it can slow down your draw in an emergency. I believe in training though; training with your firearm (or any tool, for that matter) over and over and over. After thousands of practice draws, any level of retention can be disengaged instantly and smoothly (just ask the Level 3 guys!), and while I know this is a personal preference, my personal preference is to put in the time and effort to do the additional training to be able to draw my weapon smoothly even with a retention holster.

    Anyway, I've looked high and low and I can't find any holster that fits that bill. Does anyone know of one?
    (I carry my P226 in approximately the 4:30-5:00 position, canted forward significantly)

    Any help anybody could provide would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks,

    C2K4

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    www.fist-holsters.com


    Holster #22 should work for ya. $35 extra for the thumb break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WCEarp View Post
    www.fist-holsters.com
    Holster #22 should work for ya. $35 extra for the thumb break.
    Interesting... I've never seen a design like that. Do you own one? I'm curious how the velcro works (do you have to attach a piece of velcro to your pants or belt?)...

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