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Thread: Concealable Retention Belt Holster for my Glock?

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    Anyone have a recomendation? I'm looking for a retention holster that is concealable and tucks next to my body as close as possible.
    Oh, and it has to be an OWB.

    I like the design of the Sidearmor and Blackhawk Serpa for my Glock20, but when I wear them it sticks out from my body way too far. It tends to hit on just about everything I walk close to, like my truck door :/. And if I need to conceal.. Forget about it. Does anyone else have this problem? I was thinking of getting a Bianchi Fletch or a Blackhawk concealable leather belt holster. I'm not a big fan of how high the gun would ride in those, though.

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    I was looking for the same thing and just ordered a Safariland 6287 last night. I can give you my impressions when it arrives.

    http://www.copsplus.com/prodnum2097.php

    Also comes in Safarilaminate. Model 6351is similar, but without the hood strap.


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    http://www.copsplus.com/prodnum1580.php

    this looks pretty slim.. it would be nice to have my light mounted

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    http://www.safariland.com/DutyGear/p....aspx?pid=6378

    I have a Safariland 6378 and I think it would work great for your purposes. I use it for OCing my G19 but they make one for your G20 as well. It is very snug against the body and I think it would conceal just fine under a jacket. It comes with a paddle and a belt slide so you can choose which one you like. I have not tried the belt slide yet. The paddle is great and has a very good retention clip. The ALS locking mechanism is way better than the Serpa as it locks into the ejection port instead of the trigger guard. It seems to be a very strong lock and the release lever is hidden against your body and someone not familiar with it would never even see it. If someone yanked on the gun or holster, it wouldn't go anywhere. The thumb lever is much more natural to operate in my opinion (similar to a thumb break holster) and there is no way for you to accidently extend your finger onto the trigger when drawing like can happen with the Serpa. It's a fantastic holster and I can't say enough good things about it.
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    that looks perfect. thanks

    HMM>.. leather or plastic... :P

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    Raven concealment.

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    This is what I use - a Bianchi model 82 Carrylok. I had my doubts at first, but have become very comfortable with it.

    I've been using it in IDPA matches and with practice, my draws have become just as fast as those from an open-top holster (I average 1.5sec drawing from concealment and engaging with two rounds). I regularly carry concealed with this rig and it is without a doubt one of the most comfortable rigs I've used. Rides nice and tight to the body.


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