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Does anyone know if there is anything similar to a Blade-tech IWB. I know there are some options out there, such as custom made and what not, but I'm looking to order in the next couple of days, and do not want to wait the time for a custom made one. I know some of the guys have found rigs that work well, but from what I have seen in the pics they are either outside rigs, or if they are inside they are not what I'm looking for.

I have included a pic taken from the blade-tech site for referance. BTW I'm a lefty



TIA for any help or input,

Chris



 

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Another vote for Comp-tac

I also recommend Comp-tac. I have both a Gurkha and a C-T.A.C., but you can't go wrong with any of their IWBs.

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bought an M&P .40 and found that the Kramer iwb#3 designed for the P229 SIG fit it perfectly-being left-handed I thought I was in for a long wait before I could carry ti
 

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We just received our shipment of Comp-Tac holsters and mag pouches today and we have the C-T.A.C. in stock. The Comp-Tac line is very high quality and this holster looks very comfortable for an ibw holster. It will probably be tomorrow before we get everything up on the web site but you can go to their web site to view their product line, http://comp-tac.com/
 

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A holster in leather is prefered by far. I'm not a fan on kydex.
 

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I'd reccomend a crossbreed also, leather inside kydex outside.
 

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I just got the leather with no thumb break direct from S & W. Needs a little breaking in, but I have to say I like it. Holds tight to the body, and reholsters nice.
 

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Just received a Milt Sparks Holster for my 1911.

I spoke to them back in March,when I ordered it, and they were expecting to make holsters for the M&P.

Downside is the long wait time, upside is a very high quality holster.

They would be a good choice if you wanted leather.



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IWB holsters

I will recomend the Comp-tac C-Tac. it is very versitile by being able to adjust ride hieght and cant. Plus it is kydex so the draw stroke is very fast. CHECK 360 David J. Bowie
 

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Crossbreed Holster For MP

Jester said:
I'd reccomend a crossbreed also, leather inside kydex outside.


I ordered a IWB, brown, Crossbreed yesterday by phone. Mark (the owner) said delivery is about six weeks out. What I like about the Crossbreed is the leather shield behind the grips to protect your gun from body sweat and the wide leather wings. The holster should fit both the full sized MP and the compact that I will probably buy when available.

The cost is quite reasonable at $48.00 to include $44.00 base price, $2.00 for brown (as opposed to black), and $2.00 shipping. Could have gotten the ingraved edging for another $8.00 but didn't see any need for it.

Since this is a mail order, I've never tried one on so we will see when it arrives. From what I've heard and read it looks like a pretty good holster. :roll:

Has anyone got one yet & if so what do you think?
 

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DT, depending on the division the best IPSC holster seems to be the Blade Tech DOH with the Sting Ray attachment, they're running $59.95. We have some on order but it'll be several more weeks before they get here. If you need it right now call BT, 877-331-5793, they can put you in touch with one of their distributors that may have one in stock. We have the Comp-Tac speed belt holster in stock, they're the same price as the BT but they don't have the DOH feature. I don't know if the DOH feature will make it or break it for you but the CT Is a good holster, I'm using one now.
 
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