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Alien Gear IWB Holster?
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Anyone own one? Do you like it? Thank you. das
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I have the cloak 2.0 version for my Glock 30s. I highly recommend it as my first choice for an iwb holster. The 2.0 model is the way to go. The neoprene backing is very comfortable, instantly has that "broken in" feeling, and it protects your gun from sweat. The company also includes additional hardware so you can have the perfect amount of tension. Das, if you want an iwb holster, the AG cloak 2.0 is the only way to go.

Also stick with plastic clips. In the past, metal clips have put tiny holes in my shirts. The plastic clips don't do this.
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I rarely wear iwb, but when I do, it's that. ^^^


Justin
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Thanks gentlemen. Im going to order one today.
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das;164580 Wrote:Thanks gentlemen. Im going to order one today.

Just remember it is going to take a few trial and errors to find which cant, height, and position on belt is best for you. I had to adjust mine 5-8 times unti I found "the sweet spot".
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Mrs_Gixxer has one. She loves it. I want one!
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I also have the 2.0 for my Glock 30S, and I have a shell for my Glock 21C when I desire to carry that. I agree with everything Philadelphia Patriot. I have only ever heard 1 complaint about the 2.0. The person complaining said the part of the neoprene that rests against the firearm wears out quickly and tore. Seems like a legitimate complaint to me, but I also haven't experienced that, mostly because I'm in Illinois and can't carry due to being a nonresident. I'm driving to Virginia today, and will be there for a week+. I'll see how the holster holds up during the trip.
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Anyone know what their turn around time is like nowadays? Thinking about ordering either a 2.0 or 3.0 for the full size Kimber. With all the shit going down lately I really need to find a better way to carry it and I think this is the way to go.
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Mr_Gixxer;170635 Wrote:Anyone know what their turn around time is like nowadays? Thinking about ordering either a 2.0 or 3.0 for the full size Kimber. With all the shit going down lately I really need to find a better way to carry it and I think this is the way to go.

Well, decided not to go with the 2.0 or 3.0 and ordered the original cloak tuck instead because I want leather not the new material that could rip on the many sharp edges on a railed 1911.

As far as turn around time, the confirmation email says it will be shipped in 5-7 business days. If this shows up in two weeks I'll be highly impressed!

Hope this is what I've needed for this full sized beast, OWB is too bulky and doesn't conceal well IMO and the shoulder holster only conceals well under a large winter jacket.
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#10
Those look nice. I bought a Crossbreed awhile back, but neither my husband nor I wear it....it's uncomfortable.

I got one of those magnetic holsters for my p238 and I wore it last night. Works good but won't protect against sweat in the long run.

I'll have to think about trying one of these. Although not sure for which gun....my p238 or LC9, or one of my hubby's larger guns.
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