IWB Holster Comparison and Reviews

2 months ago

In case anyone is interested, I conducted two lengthy and detailed reviews and comparisons of the Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 3.0 and the StealthGearU.S.A. Inner Waistband Holsters. If you're in the market for either of these, I would definitely check them out. Thanks!

Part 2

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Great review. I've been thinking about getting another IWB holster for my Smith and Wesson M&P Shield 9. I currently use a Galco IWB holster for my Ruger SR40 and its served me well bu tnot the most comfortable piece.

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Hi, thanks so much for taking the time to watch and comment! I spent a lot of time conducting those reviews. I like Galco holsters, I have a few of their products. I followed you back, thanks!

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So based on looks alone, the stealthgear appears to be more comfortable with the padding, but you stated the aliengear is more comfortable, can you elaborate on that a bit? I've also been looking at some paddle style holsters for owb carry, you have any suggestions on those?

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Absolutely! I think what I said in part one was that the Alien Gear was more comfortable due to the padding. In part 2 I said that the Stealth Gear was more comfortable in the heat due to it's smaller size and breathability. So, take it for what it's worth I guess. If you're going to be outside a lot sweating, I would get the SG. If heat was not an issue, then I vote for AG. Hope that cleared it up some?

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Indeed it does. Thanks.

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I will have to get back with you later on the paddle holster question, my wife is giving me the evil eye to get ready and go to supper LOL

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I get that look often. I'll leave you with something i read recently that I got a kick out of.

Guy is sitting in the living room watching tv.
His wife yells at him: You're not even listening to me are you?
Guy says: That's an odd way to start a conversation.

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LOL! That's pretty good! As far as the paddle holster goes, I have used Fobus and Blackhawk and they are both great polymer holsters I liked the Black Hawk better at the time I was wearing it because it had a button that you had to press on the side to release a locking mechanism so the weapon could be drawn. I was wearing that one while I was a criminal Detective. The fobus holsters that I wore, were some that I had purchased for different pistols and they worked just fine. I also have had a few leather paddle holsters by Galco which were fine. But to be completely honest with you, I can't really recommend a good paddle holster because I haven't worn one in a very long time and I know that several manufacturers make them. If you find a good one, let me know!

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I have a good one for my ruger, I would just wish that the paddle part that goes against my hip was padded but its solid plastic. Not sure of the brand though.