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Just as the title says do you have any recommendations. I’d like to carry this appendix style..
I see that Sig sell the Black Point Tactical and it looks pretty good but is on back order
https://blackpointtactical.com...p/sig-exclusive-iwb/

So are there any other options worth considering?
Thanks!


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Background: I EDC my XL and purchased holsters with red dot cut. Hope to have a 507k shortly.

I’ve run through a range of holsters and would suggest all of them before the Sig one you referenced.

JM Custom Kydex and their wing 2.0 is a great holster for AIWB. Tier One also makes a great sidecar type holster.

I settled on a Mckinatech AIWB (Kina Flex) because they make a holster for my XL with the TLR7a mounted. I like the side car style holster over one without the spare mag because it gives extra space between the belt clips and the flexibility in the middle helps make it very comfortable.

I find it incredible to be able to carry a gun that shoots so well, with a WML, and soon a red dot, in an incredibly easy to conceal package. Not to mention, 12+1 and a spare 15 round magazine.

Good luck with your search!
 
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Background: I EDC my XL and purchased holsters with red dot cut. Hope to have a 507k shortly.

I’ve run through a range of holsters and would suggest all of them before the Sig one you referenced.

JM Custom Kydex and their wing 2.0 is a great holster for AIWB. Tier One also makes a great sidecar type holster.

I settled on a Mckinatech AIWB (Kina Flex) because they make a holster for my XL with the TLR7a mounted. I like the side car style holster over one without the spare mag because it gives extra space between the belt clips and the flexibility in the middle helps make it very comfortable.

I find it incredible to be able to carry a gun that shoots so well, with a WML, and soon a red dot, in an incredibly easy to conceal package. Not to mention, 12+1 and a spare 15 round magazine.

Good luck with your search!

Do you feel that the Kina offers more comfort that the Defender?


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I would recommend PhalanxConcealment.com High quality and proven.
 
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Background: I EDC my XL and purchased holsters with red dot cut. Hope to have a 507k shortly.

I’ve run through a range of holsters and would suggest all of them before the Sig one you referenced.

JM Custom Kydex and their wing 2.0 is a great holster for AIWB. Tier One also makes a great sidecar type holster.

I settled on a Mckinatech AIWB (Kina Flex) because they make a holster for my XL with the TLR7a mounted. I like the side car style holster over one without the spare mag because it gives extra space between the belt clips and the flexibility in the middle helps make it very comfortable.

I find it incredible to be able to carry a gun that shoots so well, with a WML, and soon a red dot, in an incredibly easy to conceal package. Not to mention, 12+1 and a spare 15 round magazine.

Good luck with your search!

Do you feel that the Kina offers more comfort that the Defender?


Yes sir, I do. The paracord attachment system makes it more comfortable.

I actually grabbed a used Defender for a Glock 19 so I’ve got experience with both styles.

If I didn’t want the WML on the XL, I’d have gone with Tier One.
 
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The Versacarry holster I got for my 365 works with the XL/RZ.
No special cut needed.

 
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I just picked up a Tier 1 Axis slim. I find it to be a very comfortable holster, much more comfortable than the T-Rex arms sidecar that I have for my G43x.
 
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Powermad I believe you were the one that suggested Versacarry when I was looking for suggestions for OWB and I bought one. Very nice but a bit too thick for IWB carrying in my application.


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Not sure on what the difference between their OWB and IWB holsters is but I use the same belt hole with or without the holster.
I have to bump it up a notch for my full size guns.
 
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Nice review of the Kina Flex compared to the T1C.

https://youtu.be/5cnx2LuWShc

I think I’m going to try one out.


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Henry Holsters right here in Indiana.

https://www.henryholsters.com/...ct-aiwb-iwb-holster/

FWIW - not affiliated with them but I do have some of their gear and can't say enough good things.
 
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Henry Holsters right here in Indiana.

https://www.henryholsters.com/...ct-aiwb-iwb-holster/

FWIW - not affiliated with them but I do have some of their gear and can't say enough good things.

I have one of the "Sparks" models for my G19 w/RMR and TLR-7a. Excellent holster at a very fair price, also fast shipping. Now they need to make a "Spark" model for my P365XL with HS507K-X2 and the proposed TLR-7sub.


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