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    Alright so I am in the process of looking for an IWB holster.

    I open carry alot, so an IWB holster for me will not be needed all day every day. Only for work, or when I MUST conceal (which isn't alot). I've checked out other IWB holsters and didn't really like them, and I really didn't like the price at all. I can't find a reason in my mind that I need to personally spend 40$ on a holster that only gets worn a few days out of the week and thats it.

    Does anyone here have any holster from High Noon Holsters? I was looking at the mr softy, or the Bare Asset for the forward can't. The price looks good, and some people said they like them. It's for a Glock 19.

    Anyone have any opinons on it?

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    I own two High Noon holsters. The Bare Asset and the Skin Tite (IWB and OWB) and I am perfectly happy. The prices were decent (I think they've gone up a bit recently) and shipping was fast, because of the in-stock items and their customer service is fast and knowledgeable.

    I'm planning on buying more from them. Most likely a tuckable IWB or something for my g/f's Ruger.

    They were the first company I found that actually had holsters for my Bersa.
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    PikesPeakMtnMan wrote:
    I own two High Noon holsters. The Bare Asset and the Skin Tite (IWB and OWB) and I am perfectly happy. The prices were decent (I think they've gone up a bit recently) and shipping was fast, because of the in-stock items and their customer service is fast and knowledgeable.

    I'm planning on buying more from them. Most likely a tuckable IWB or something for my g/f's Ruger.

    They were the first company I found that actually had holsters for my Bersa.
    Would you recommend the Bare asset for someone who hasn't had an IWB holster before?

    Is it bulky?

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    It's very minimal. It doesn't have a sweat shield but that's not a problem for me because I always wear a t-shirt underneath everything. I can't imagine that you'd be disappointed with it.
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    Awesome thanks!!

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    I also have the bare asset. You get what you pay for but it is a good holster for the money.

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    jayspapa wrote:
    I also have the bare asset. You get what you pay for but it is a good holster for the money.
    Yeah I think it'll be alright for me only wearing it for work, and whenever i need to conceal instead of printing.

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    I have the Bare Asset. Works for me and I've been happy with it. Very minimal and definitely not bulky.

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    Anyone have a Slide? It sure isn't $40 (more like $90). I ordered one on August 2 and should ship soon. I do get a kick out of their website. I couldn't resist. For IWB, it's hard to beat OCDO sponsor CrossBreed Holsters' Supertuck Deluxe. But again, about $85. I guess you get what you pay for.

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