View Full Version : IWB 1911 holster help
05-06-2010, 01:07 PM
Bought a Kimber Ultra-Carry II a week or so ago. Really like it so far. It eats up my load of 4.8 Reddot with the Lee 452-200rf. That is something my Auto-Ordnance (now traded) would not begin to do. I want to get a IWB holster for it and think I really want one that allows you to tuck your shirt in. Everything I have read about the Crossbreed SuperTuck has been good but I am resisting so far because I would prefer leather over the kydex. Anyone have any experience with the "High Noon" line. I like the looks of this one
but am open to suggestions to something similar.
Thanks for any help
05-06-2010, 01:35 PM
got 3 of his, excellent quality for the $.
05-06-2010, 02:45 PM
I got a High Noon for my Hi Power and like it a lot. I have two IWB holsters, both from Comp-Tac that I absolutely love although they're Kydex.
Have you looked at the Milt Sparks holsters? They put out some good leather.
I've got the High Noon Mr softy for an OACP and love it. This is my 2nd one (I sold the G27 and the holster for it). They are very good to deal with (at least in my experience. I would definitely buy another in a minute.
05-06-2010, 05:46 PM
I just ordered up one from Simply Rugged for my 1911 on recommendations from a couple of friends. The "Cuda" is able to be worn in the pant or out of the pant. When he found out that I am in the National Guard he offered to make me a holster for my M9 free of charge before I get deployed again. I will be buying all my holsters from him in the future. Anyone that offers a service to our troops like that is definitely worth a look.
05-06-2010, 10:46 PM
Sparks Versamax II is extremely stable and comfortable for all day carry. I highly
recommend it. Sadly, there is quite a wait - because it is very popular and they just will
NOT cut corners to make them faster. Worth the wait. Search for Milt Sparks web site.
05-07-2010, 02:52 AM
No experience with the others, but I do have a Crossbreed SuperTuck and like it a lot. It makes a full size pistol disappear on me, but I'm 6'4" and 230 pounds.
05-10-2010, 07:50 PM
Check out the Texas Heritage IWB
My Ruger P345 has ridden in one everyday for the past 5 years, and I will soon be ordering one for my Taurus P1911
+1 on the Versa Max II
05-11-2010, 11:55 AM
No question about it the Milt Sparks VM-II is the best I have ever seen, used or handled.
I carry one of two guns every day of my life, whenever possible it is a Commander sized 1911 in a VM-II. I carry this combination an awful lot and have nothing but good to say about the VM-II.
The other is for when normal dress does not allow for the larger gun, a J frame in a variety of different carry modes fits the bill.
06-29-2010, 05:53 PM
I carry my Kimber Ultra Carry 2 in a JMG IWB holster. Works good for me. I usually wear shorts with a belt and a t-shirt. The cost was less than $30. It's the only one I've used IWB so take my opinion for what it is worth.
06-30-2010, 03:53 PM
I never liked the idea of IWB holsters until I tried kydex. The material is thinner, so it doesn't put that unnatural bulge in your belt line, plus it's doesn't get all gnarly from sweat. My preference is Blade-Tech...plastic all the way.
07-08-2010, 09:34 PM
Not an IWB holster but it is for a small Kimber. I made it for a friend of mine when his plastic holster wore out. It is a crossdraw belt holster if minimal design.
07-09-2010, 12:03 PM
+1 again on Milt Sparks VM II. Worth the wain and worth the price. None better.
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