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Just received my Cardini IWB holster ordered via Amazon. The reviews on the quality of the holster looked positive so I bought one for my new P229 Elite, even though I was not familiar with the company. Really impressed with the fit and finish and the P229 slides right in - no break in necessary. Would recommend if you are in the search of a holster. Priced around $35.

 
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I like the looks of that holster; it looks very similar to my Don Hume IWB.
 
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Originally posted by remsig:
I like the looks of that holster; it looks very similar to my Don Hume IWB.


Agree - that is how I came across this one as I was searching for a seller that had a Don Hume or Mitch Rosen IWB for a railed P229 in stock. Sweat shield is a must for IWB carry here in FL.

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How strong is that clip? Does it have the little claw like the Mitch Rosen holsters do?
 
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How strong is that clip? Does it have the little claw like the Mitch Rosen holsters do?


It's metal and very strong. Holds tight on jeans even without a belt. Need two hands to disengage it.

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