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I need some ideas/advice on a holster. I just purchased a Glock 19. I'm looking for a OWB holster for open carry. I'm thinking of a leather holster to fit on my belt. Should I get a holster to fit on my belt or will a clip on holster do as well. Getting in and out of a vehicle, will a clip on holster stay put. I'll also want to carry an extra magazine.

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I dont like clip ons.


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I like my tier one for my 19x mine is iwb but they make them for owb also.

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Galco Fletch works pretty good. El Paso Saddlery Tortilla flat also a nice holster. A good belt is also helpful when carrying a bigger pistol. I started wearing a KORE Essentials belt for EDC and dress clothes. Makes a difference for sure.

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Originally Posted by Ohio7x57
Galco Fletch works pretty good. El Paso Saddlery Tortilla flat also a nice holster. A good belt is also helpful when carrying a bigger pistol. I started wearing a KORE Essentials belt for EDC and dress clothes. Makes a difference for sure.

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Yep. I’ve got two Galco Fletch holsters. One for my Glock 19 and Glock 32, and one for full sized 1911’s. They have worked great for me for years.

https://ads.midwayusa.com/product/9...c9af933f51&utm_term=4584894776053433

Also I have a El Paso Saddlery floral carved holster I really like for my commander sized 1911’s.
I’ll have to look up the model #.

It’s this one:

https://epsaddlery.com/product/crosshair/

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
I dont like clip ons.

Same here...try a DeSantis belt slide...comfortable and well priced.


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Look at the clip draw.

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Randy, for WIW this was my experience when I decided to carry all the time. I went tnrough a lot of different, quality holsters and spent a good deal of money. The holsters mentioned above are all good quality. I decided on a pancake style holster because it rides close to my body and minimizes printing. I tried strong side carry, crossdraw and shoulder holsters. The holster I like best is from Azula and is available on eBay. They were less than $50 then, might be slightly more due to the Biden buck syndrome. I think the final choice is a matter of personal preference but all suggestions are helpful. You will need a substaintial belt.

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I’ve got a pancake style for my p365 fro my Braid’s Leather.


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I know you asked about leather, but if you are open to considering Kydex, I make them and could do something for you. The OWB design I do sits close in to your body and conceals well. I’m attaching a couple pics as an example. It carries well for long periods of time.

Full sweat guard. Can cut for an optic if you have an MOS model. The one in this pic is also cut to allow for a longer or threaded barrel if you have/want that feature.

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Is it owb or iwb?
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Here is another example in a solid color. Coyote Brown in this example.

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If you do plan on open carry level 2 retention is advised. The Safariland ALS is strong, fast and comfortable.


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Cross Breed.The ones I have can be configured for IWB or OWB.Very comfortable and retain the pistol very well.


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Triple K makes a good plane Jane leather owb holster with thumb break. I have a couple for woods carry or around the ranch.....also have had a desantis that is nice...... anywhere else I go iwb and kydex..... muddyriver tactical or fist make good kydex.

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Oldman03: Anything but leather!
Gave up on that type holster many years ago.
One of my Glocks, that I often carry concealed, has an Uncle Mikes fabric holster with a built on extra magazine carrier at the vertical front of the holster.
Easily concealable, reliable and no wear and tear on the pistol.
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