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    Default Chest holster - any info

    A few years ago I purchased a set of chest holsters from Survival Products, they were made from kydex and 1" straps that positioned the gun muzzle up or muzzle down. The muzzle down was perfect for under chest waders while fishing and they were about $65 each. I've changed carry guns and now Survival Products is out of business. Ive3 seen more bulky similar products for 2x the price, anyone have any suggestions ?? The holsters I see now are way too bulky and expensive compared to what I had ....:(

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    Shannon Hogan is offline Suarez International Affiliate - Salt Lake City
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    I think it's safe to say gunfightersinc.com. They have an outdoorsman type rig that straps over outer wear with canted holster centered on the sternum.
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    I think QuickLock Holsters does a chest rig.


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    A friend of mine picked up a couple Kenai holsters. He's used them on long hikes and is very pleased, no complaints.

    I've only tried them on briefly but thougt they were comfortable and good quality.
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    Diamond D leather in Wasilla Alaska. Check out their Guides Choice holster.
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    Simply Rugged Holsters has a good selection of chest holsters as well. They are based out of AZ.

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    I have a DD guide's choice. It is awesome. Highly recommend!

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    If you need a chest holster but want a level of concealment while hiking or biking, I highly recommend the chest kit bags by Hill People Gear. I have hundreds of miles from running and hiking with mine. Works great and very comfortable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buckcz View Post
    If you need a chest holster but want a level of concealment while hiking or biking, I highly recommend the chest kit bags by Hill People Gear. I have hundreds of miles from running and hiking with mine. Works great and very comfortable.
    Thanks for the tip. I just ordered one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Yamamoto View Post
    A friend of mine picked up a couple Kenai holsters. He's used them on long hikes and is very pleased, no complaints.

    I've only tried them on briefly but thougt they were comfortable and good quality.
    I also have tried these... they seem great. very KISS.

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