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    Decided to continue to carry my 1911 Combat Commander. Maybe a different holster style is the answer for comfort. I just want to move away from the shoulder holster. I use the shoulder holster because I'm a little overweight and thick in the gut. I'm open to ideas please.

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    Serpa blackhawk, can't go wrong with it

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    Another vote for the Serpa. I also am a fan of Galco.

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    Mernicle Holsters. Made to order and fits perfectly. A little on the expensive side but worth every dime. I have six for different handguns
    Speed is fine
    Accuracy is final

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    IMO you want something that looks classy, but also has good retention. I've not had any first hand experience with a gun grab, but the possibility still remains especially in such close proximity to others when out and about.

    The SERPA is pretty nice, just practice the draw. You may forget to press the little button in a stressful situation.

    I like a thumbsnap with a flat inner face myself. The Galco I bought a while back for my Sig 220 works quite well.

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    I like the "look" and "feel"of a nice leather high-ridethumbreak holster. I use a Galco Silhuettefor my twoXDs (4" &5" bbl)and have a similar holster ordered from Lone Star Holsters for my 1911.

    Not knocking them, but the "plastic" holsters look a bit too "tactical" for my taste.

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