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    Is it odd

    Is It odd to buy a gun to fit a holster that you like? I really like the Fobus Thumb Lever Belt Holster. I open carry about 99.99% of the time. I rarely feel the need to have the lock feature that this holster offers but once in a great while when I am in a crowed of people I would love to have it. I would mulch rather buy a Smith & Wesson M & P .40 USA Made but the only holster that I can find that comes close to the Fobus is the 511 Thumb Drive, and I just don't like it as much.

    So now I'm looking at either Glock or Springfield XD.40 to fit my holster needs. Any info would help. Thanks for your time

    http://www.fobusholster.com/catalog/...ters-31-1.html

    http://www.511tactical.com/All-Produ...e-Holster.html

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    Thread titles are more informative if you make them more descriptive.

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    Re: Is it odd

    Not odd at all. Before I buy a gun now I find a holster first. If I can't find the right holster,i don't buy the gun. My reasoning is there is no reason to own it if I don't like carrying it. And I'm not going to like carrying it if I don't like the holster.

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    Not odd at all. I've done that twice now.
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    Ohhh Christ! Now Obama will want a holster ban on scary looking holsters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by walkingwolf View Post
    ohhh christ! Now obama will want a holster ban on scary looking holsters.
    for the children!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    Ohhh Christ! Now Obama will want a holster ban on scary looking holsters.
    That's why I like leather holsters in black basketweave. They're classy and not the least little bit scary!

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