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Old 03-13-2018, 06:05 PM   #1
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holsters for creed?

Have been looking for a good holster for my creeds.

Are any of the off-rack brands/styles compatible, or do I need to get one online, and if so, any suggestions?
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Old 03-15-2018, 08:30 AM   #2
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My Creed usually rides in an Alien Gear Cloak Tuck 3.0. I also have a leather OWB from MyHolster on eBay that's very comfortable and was a great price. That's my recommendation.
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Thanks!

Will check it out...
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Old 03-18-2018, 03:35 PM   #4
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I have some leather holsters.
They are universal holsters for any pistol.

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They are 35 US$ + 20 US$ shipping

Its kind of the soviet tokarev style holster (belt loop, mag pouch and cover flap).
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Old 03-19-2018, 04:38 PM   #5
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Purchased the AlienGear Walther Creed Cloak Mod OWB Holster

Walther Creed Paddle Holster - Alien Gear Holsters
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Old 03-20-2018, 07:12 AM   #6
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47 US$ for that polymer holster... Oh my

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engineers have also added a thermo elastomer retention membrane, a durable material that rests between your gun and the steel flex plate. When holstering your firearm, this thick layer of thermo elastomer. Continue reading at: Walther Creed Paddle Holster - Alien Gear Holsters
... and brittles over time and scratches your gun up like crazy.

I never understood how people can put their precious pistol in an kydex holster or plastic holster. That finish must be gone after a few holsterings.
Kydex as a polymer is a polyvinil and as well you may wrap your pistol in an old Elvis Presley vinyl disk.
The vinyl is les hard than your guns steel but most certainly gets a good rub to the pistol at every holstering. May as well rub your I phones retina screen on your plastic pistols grip and see what it does over time.

Just my 2 cents
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Old 03-23-2018, 01:53 PM   #7
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You know this because you have one? or because you make leather ones?

I will give it a try. It's difficult because you cannot test out holster on your own pistol before buying (even custom leather).

Will let the group know if I have any difficulties (scratching, etc).
May try to make my own leather holster as well (plenty of youtube videos and patterns around).

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Old 03-24-2018, 11:20 AM   #8
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You know this because you have one? or because you make leather ones?

I will give it a try. It's difficult because you cannot test out holster on your own pistol before buying (even custom leather).
Admitted I make them.

No I never tried kydex Holsters and would not want it eighter. Although they look modern and that's novadays the most important factor for consumers.
Average People use the Holsters what? up to 1 year before they move on to another one? In that case durability is not of any importance anymore.

The Holsters I sell are mostly made for universal fit of a specific class of pistols (like mouse 380 acp pistols or full size pistols of any caliber, and the like).
Universal fit is for me the way to go so there will be some fit tolerances but not as much as the pistol is to lose or does not enter all the way in. The use of velcro can make fit an universal Holster to pretty much any pistol in it's class.

Regards the plenty of YouTube Patterns dont be as sure as you think you are. There are some for free but most are payable.
Yes to make your own leather Holsters is a very good and satisfying idea. You can tailor it to your Needs.
I myself never found the quiet right Holster and bought an leather sewing machine. I have made all the Holsters I wanted and never found commercially and I am very happy.
I had many Commercial leather Holsters for guns and Smartphones scratch up my items as such as I avoid all metallic objects on leather since any lining will in short time be gone or otherwise Fails exposing metal to your gun or Smartphone screeen.
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RoSA, can you share any photos of the holsters you make? I'd be interested in seeing the one you sell for a Creed.
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That was too easy. https://www.waltherforums.com/forum/n...ters-sale.html
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