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Semper Fidelis Marines
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i am searching for a AIWB kydex holster i saw on you tube and not can not seem to find. instead of a foam wedge it has a ball shaped end on it that caused it to push out ..

does this sound familiar to anyone ??

TFL


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JM Custom Kydex with Extra Tuck Bulbous is my first guess.




If it's not, I will find it.

I have one, and to be honest, nothing beats a custom fitted closed cell foam wedge.
 
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JM Custom Kydex with Extra Tuck Bulbus

i am not sure that is it, i cant find it on his site either


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no fellas, thats not it, it looks like a stnd AIWB but, it has a golfball size impression at the bottom of the holster where the muzzle would sit


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i think thats it NISMO


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Tenicor holsters have gotten a lot of love the last few years especially their award winning VELO holster. They helped popularize the muzzle-wedge which helps angle the pistol grip into the body and form better contour lines; a feature that more modern Kydex brands are attempting to mimic. I have their SAGEX LUX for AIWB and a ARX on order.



 
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^^ I'm waiting on their SAGAX LUX2 AIWB for the TLR-7A to be delivered.
I'm hoping it works out well.
 
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Funny, I'm actually switching my light to a TLR-7 from the Inforce APLc; being that the SAGEX LUX is not light-specific, that's a HUGE plus in my book. The design of the holster allows for a variety of light-types to be used since the holster isn't grabbing or, using the light as a retention point.
 
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corsair for the win ! ! !


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^ If you decide to order one, use the coupon code "RAUL" for 10% off.
 
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thanks sir


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SAGAX LUX2 AIWB


Did I miss a memo that aiwb is only for people that are trim and fit? I’m still trying to find a comfortable position and height for the 19. Maybe it’s only good for the 26 if I’m too fat?




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I'm not trim and fit, but I've been carrying the G19 in the SAGAX LUX since I got it, and it is only a tad less concealable as my non light, non RMR with G-Code, it can still be concealed comfortably under a t shirt.

I ended up using just 1 of the clips.

For me, it's not the grip that prints, but the hood of the RMR will poke out if I pull my shirt against my body. Not a big deal when the shirt is naturally draped.

I did carry a G26 for about 4 years, and I feel that I had more pain with it due to the shorter length of the muzzle pressing higher up on my abdomen-usually only an issue while driving long periods of time.

I've also experimented and make my own foam pads, and was a huge eye opener on the possibilities you can have with comfort and conceal-ability options.
 
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Thanks. I’ll keep trying to find a comfortable spot for it.




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Not a holster, but I love this belt for AIWB carry:

https://vdevgru.com/products/m..._sid=f778334c9&_ss=r




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The SAGAX LUX is somewhat comfortable but feel like it prints more than with the Infidel Ultra on the side.

I'm used to the Infidel and still struggling to get acclimated with the SAGAX. Not sure if AIWB is for me....

ETA: I think I found a partial solution. It's more comfortable after applying a layer of Agrip onto the holster facing the body. But still, the wedge is a little uncomfortable. Not sure I need the wedge.....

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Tenicor has great customer service, but if you order an AIWB holster for a 43x be forewarned you will get a holster for a 48. The difference in length, while not huge, is enough to keep me from using that holster. To their credit they said they only have a 48 mold and refunded me.
 
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