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Im looking for a low ride or deep cover IWB kydex holster for a glock 27. I currently have a Ozark holster but would like to get the grip a little lower on the belt line. I would like something with a single belt clip. Any recommedations?


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RM Holsters makes the "lowrider." Paul at PJ Holsters can make them ride low with whatever cant you want. Turnaround is fast too. Cook's Holsters has a custom ride height/cant option too.



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Also look at VEDDER HOLSTERS. Single very strong slip with cant and height adjustments, Kydex molding is top quality and turn around in less than a week.

FWIW, if you lower the pistol to much iwb, you will have difficulty acquiring a full initial grip.


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Im liking the Vedder so far


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RM Holsters makes the "lowrider." . . .


I've got a couple of RM lowriders and like them. Simple, comfortable and concealable.




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The two I like and use for IWB carry with a G27 are:

1- FIST #20 Hybrid (leather over thin kydex) with tension screws added.

2- G-Code INCOG Eclipse.

With the INCOG Eclipse you have the option to adjust how low it rides.

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Im looking for a low ride or deep cover IWB kydex holster for a glock 27. I currently have a Ozark holster but would like to get the grip a little lower on the belt line. I would like something with a single belt clip. Any recommedations?


I can get it lower for you. Shoot me an email when you have a couple of minutes and we'll get you fixed up.


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The Garret Silent Thunder GT is a fantastic holster.

http://www.giholsters.com/product-p/gt1000.htm

I carry my P320 with full size slide and compact grip in one. It rides pretty low as it is, but if you wanted it lower it would be pretty easy to make a longer clip for it.


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RM Holsters makes the "lowrider." . . .


I've got a couple of RM lowriders and like them. Simple, comfortable and concealable.



I have one for my G19 and I love it.
And I live where they are made so I can go pick it up when it's ready. Kee is a great guy to deal with too.


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I can also say the Vedder Light Tuck is a great holster. All my CCW guns ride in the Light Tuck.
 
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If you don't find anythig else, I have an extra PJ holster if you are interested.



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I can also say the Vedder Light Tuck is a great holster. All my CCW guns ride in the Light Tuck.


I just bought a Vedder and its fantastic


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High Noon makes some deep tuck.
 
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Vedder sounds interesting and they're less than an hour drive from me!


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You might want to check out Kilo Bravo.

My review here:

http://www.gunsandtactics.com/...pendix-holster-i-own



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If you appendix carry, I recommend Zorn Holsters.
I have 2 Zorn Holsters "Skinny Rigs" for my Glock 26. My Favorite holsters.

They have custom made lengths for your clip at any height of ride you wish.

I ordered an extra clip at 64mm, and the grip is right on the belt line.



Use their quick ship option, and ordering a custom clip for fastest delivery time.
 
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I just picked up a Vedder from a forum member. I have to say, the build quality is excellent. I haven't had a chance to spend a day carrying it, yet.

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Another fan of the rm low rider as well, have one for all my carry options (except my M&P 340, that's pocket).
 
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