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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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