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I am sure slabesides will chime in on this one!!
 

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Check out a crossbreed supertuck. Worn about the 4 to 4:30 position it is comfortable. Not very accessible when sitting/driving. But good for carrying. Cost about $60 or so. Make sure you have a good stout belt. Sunday dress belt wont cut it.
 

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For the 1911 the best holster I found was Milt Sparks VM 2.

For Glock 19 I found the Brommeland Max-Con V.

I never was able to find the Brommeland for a 1911 to try but the VM 2 was very comfortable.
 

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you cant go wrong with a milt sparks vm2 on a beltman belt (~$300)...unless you are looking at it from a financial point of view since neither are cheap. My whole rig is don hume and works just fine (~$120)

I guess it depends on what ya wanna spend
 

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I like Nick Matthews because one of his holsters, I don't remember which, has a more severe cant than anything else out on the market. That helps hide the butt of a full-sized '11. His quality isn't quite to the standard of the BIG names, but it's not like the stitching is coming apart. His leather just isn't as stiff. I had to request a reinforced mouth on my second order, which he added no charge--this was almost 18 months ago, and I don't know if he's charging for that now. His prices have also gone up "drastically" from $40 delivered to "~$60 +" now..

I waited 16 months for a Bulman and never wore with a gun. The holster printed all by itself, so I'm prolly gonna sell it. Sparks VM2 doesn't print, but it's damn near as bulky on me.

My second choice would be AJConcealco. I like the belt loop configuration; the front "sideways" loop pulls the gun in closer to the body than anything else; I wish he'd cant it a la Matthews; I'd be wearing that if he did.
 
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