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  1. #1
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    Default Suppressed pistol holster manufacturer?

    Pretty much a what the title says.

    Looking for a custom manufacturer of holsters for suppressed handguns.

    Preferably a vertical shoulder holster design for a Glock 19 with an Omega 9K suppressor.

    I realize this is a very niche design, and I’ll probably just end up building my own, but curious if someone knows of a reputable custom builder that could make this a reality. Prefer leather, but Kydex is fine as well. Thanks.
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    The only thing I am aware of is the T Rex Arms RagnarokSD. It also requires the use of a weapon light for the holster to grip.

    I haven't done any extensive research as I only thought about something like this the other day.

    Hopefully others have more to add.
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    Yeah, I came across that one during a cursory search. Nice holster, but not quite what I’m looking for, prefer something more concealable.

    I’ll probably fold a stiff piece of leather into a scabbard-type holster for this, but was curious if there was something already on the market. Thanks.
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    Very difficult because diameter of can is usually greater than that of slide.

    I found that an Uncle Mike's nylon holster made a good rig for my suppressed .22. I rigged it to a shoulder system to play spy.

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    Ya know what would be too simple... A trigger guard style holster like... what were they... the Zach or NPE? I forget the name.
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    Bianchl X-15 maybe? Way back I used one for a large revolver it might work. I've no clue how their customer service is with these matters but it wouldn't hurt to call and ask them.

    The X-15 was open front and spring wire tensioned with a removable retaining strap in the grip/trigger guard area. Fairly simple design and IMHO if it doesn't have enough give by design for a suppressor equipped pistol it ought to. In fact I'll say they are missing the boat on not redesigning and selling, even if custom order only, the X-15 to do so.

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    https://www.armordilloconcealment.co...ducts/x-fer-v2 is one option, pretty versatile in terms of how you can mount it, surely there is a shoulder holster option perhaps the Alien Gear shoulder mount? you could probably do the same thing with this one from Odin Holster.

    https://odinholsters.com/products/aiwb-kompis-holster

    I have never tried an Armordillo holster, but I have an Odin Holster that I'd say is good to go after some modification from my spare parts kit. I don't have that model, but their workmanship is solid. I've never used the open top design like these, but for your needs it may work well?
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    The Crye Gun Clip isn't really a holster at all, but it may accomplish your goal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dorkface View Post
    Ya know what would be too simple... A trigger guard style holster like... what were they... the Zach or NPE? I forget the name.

    Ken Null SMZ. Shoulder rig that basically hangs the gun muzzle-up by the trigger guard.

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    Ask around locally. You may get the best result by talking face to face with the guy doing the work. There are about a zillion guys moulding kydex. There is almost certainly someone at a gun show nearby.

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