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  1. #11
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    IWB of course, with "sweat guard" to protect the RMR

    OWB too. I do like the "wing" (Think Atkins Avenger)

    Maybe even a shoulder holster (Miami Classic type). At least for the G43 and G26

    Something Bikini style (Yaqui slide)




    I'm guessing youre gonna concentrate on the Glocks; but I wouldn't mind a Suarez design for the 1911 (maybe a pre buy special order???)

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    NPE mag carriers. Quick on/off
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    Modular War Belt Holster suitable for duty use or open carry.
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    Aiwb for glock. I carry a g17, may soon start with a 43, just haven't picked up a holster for it yet.

    I've always wanted to see something halfway between the clamshell style minimalist trigger guard and a conventional full size, with either a long metal clip or the loops. Basically, a trigger guard that wraps all the way around the rest of the frame just aroundbthe ejection port, with *maybe a sweat guard*, and nothing more. Compact and reasonably deep, but a little more secure and stable than relying on string that has no defined form. Not sure if that would be feasible or profitable.


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    IWB G17 w/ RMR, canted.
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    Molle compatable, strong side holster with an open bottom to accommodate a suppressor and a retention device, all Kydex of course.
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    It's going to be hard to find a gap in the crowded market. SI was one of the first with appendix carry holsters but now the industry has caught up. Be interesting to see how you get ahead again.

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    I am in the market for an AIWB for my g17 soon to be RMR. I need something to carry it AIWB off duty.


    Also need a duty holster for on duty door knocking, duty belt and tac vest mounting... I will bridge the gap with a pre ALS safriland until I can pick up something better.

    I like the G-code system so I can run ONE holster for each weapon system and swap it around on the gear.. makes it much easier to buy once, cry once....

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    I am a huge fan of the old AA with no RMR hood (no hood takes up less space on my belt, and the hood collects dust). The only change I'd like is to have it ride about 1/8" higher, but that's because I have really big hands.

    Obviously, loops (2 of them) instead of a clip. I like having the security of two loops, in case one comes loose during a struggle. The thinnest kydex you can find while keeping it robust. I had guys lifting me in the air by my AA during Brent's Pistol Ground Fighting class, and it never damaged the holster. No hood, but cut for an RMR. Rounded edges and all excess material trimmed off, keeping the holster's footprint as small as possible. I really dislike holsters that take up a lot of room. Open bottom to accommodate a longer slide and/or a threaded barrel. Long enough that it doesn't have 1/4" of the slide sticking out that will get hot after long strings of fire (assuming you're using the correct size gun for the holster). A screw that adjusts the retention.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Nichols View Post
    Molle compatable, strong side holster with an open bottom to accommodate a suppressor and a retention device, all Kydex of course.
    This would be really nice.
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