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Old February 22, 2009, 12:53 PM   #1
pkjeff
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Holster(s) for Walther and Glock

Will be getting concealed handgun permit in approx. 45 days. I own a Walther PP .380 and a Glock 26. I think I'm looking for ankle holster and tuckable IWB holster. Would I be right in assuming the same holsters can be used for either gun? or is there some significant difference for carry purposes?

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Old February 23, 2009, 02:23 PM   #2
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A proper holster must secure the gun, and 'universal' holsters do not.

A proper holster and belt are part of your carry system, and scrimping means you, too, will experience the "box of holsters" syndrome.


Good choices can be found without huge waits or felonious cost: Galco, DeSantis, Kramer, Hume, Bianchi.

(Ankle carry demands a thumb-break.)
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Old February 23, 2009, 03:06 PM   #3
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A proper holster and belt are part of your carry system, and scrimping means you, too, will experience the "box of holsters" syndrome.


Good choices can be found without huge waits or felonious cost: Galco, DeSantis, Kramer, Hume, Bianchi.
+1 to everything he said.

If you find a Galco or Bianchi you like, Packin' Heat has a great selection with better prices than you'll find on either the Galco or Bianchi website.

http://store.packinheatleather.com/
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