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What are your favorites? I have a fobus for my p99 but am a little concerned that my pp will show a little more wear on the finish with the same holster. I am open to both iwb and belt suggestions. thanks
 

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I've had a couple of kydex holsters, but I always come back to the leather. I love my Milt Sparks holsters.
 

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I've got a Galco SOB coming from eBay, I'll use that in the winter. For the summer I'm going to order a Galco USA (Ultimate Second Amendment).
 

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Just got the Galco SOB in the mail today. This thing is pretty nice. It can not only be used in the small of the back but as a front cross-draw rig as well. This is REAL handy for Ohio's new CCW law that says that the gun must be carried in plain view while in a car (that includes everyone in the car, not just the driver).
 

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interesting Tom. I will look into that galco. thanks
 

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The SOB I have I think is rather old. When it's old the belt the gun sits completely horizonal. From the pictures I've seen of newer SOB's, there is about a 10 degree angled cant upwards. But I've only seen the models with larger framed guns in them.

I just got the USA this afternoon and it's a little stiff. Galco said that's so it's a little easier to re-holster. It doesn't have that metal reinforcment at the top of the holster like the Ultra Deep Cover does (I have a Ted Blocker X16 like that). I'll just leave the gun in it so it can take the right form, just like a baseball glove with a ball in it. I wore the holster (no gun) around work today and nobody noticed (and I didn't tell anyone either). It's a little uncomfortable but I'm sure that will get better with time.

Best price I found for the USA was at Arizona Gun Runners for $63.36 shipped (UPS Ground to Cincinnati).
 
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