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Thread: Best Holster for a Glock 36?

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    TWG2A
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    I need a holster for a Glock 36. Recommendations, anyone?

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    I've been happy with my Blackhawk Serpa holsters.
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    for OC - Blackhawk Serpa

    for CC - Crossbreed SuperTuck

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    Serpa for open carry, I use a Don Hume iwb for concealed carry

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    blackhawk CQC

    Desantis pancake

    Strong@brand speedlock

    Crossbreed

    or Glock brand tactical holsters are all great choices. i have a glock 36, 19, and 23 and have all those brands for each. desantis is good for dress OC, strong makes a good OC holster with a speedlock retention device that you have to manually actuate to remove the pistol.

    Blackhawk speaks for itself, Crossbreed is the BEST CC holster you can buy, lil pricey around $80 but well worth it.

    and good choice on the G36. most compfortable CC glock in the world ;-)

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    Tucker or Crossbreed would be my first choice.

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    I need a holster for a Glock 36. Recommendations, anyone?

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    I use SideArmor for my Glocks CC. http://www.sidearmor.net/

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    I know I always say this, but information about what type of carry (oc v cc or both), how much retention you want, where on your body you want to carry it, price range and how much you care about your guns finish are all critical pieces of information for making a well rounded suggestion for a holster.

    In terms of CC, other information like body shape and size, quality of concealment needed with different outfits and different activities are also critical pieces of information.

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