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I have a coworker that is looking for a tuckable holster for a XDS. He wants a standard IWB kydex holster that is tuckable. But he wants the Galco Skyops type holster in kydex, not one of the kydex leather hybrid types.

Suggestions?


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Posts: 31012 | Location: Logical | Registered: September 12, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I just got a Kydex tuckable IWB from Muddy River Tactical for my Sig P-320 Compact and it's fabulous. Very well made, adjustable cant, the belt clip is very unobtrusive, and it is extremely comfortable and stable.

Here's a link to the XDS page:

https://muddyrivertactical.com...4-iwb-kydex-holster/



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Would a C-TAC be too big? Personally, I don't like the type that position the clip on top of the holster body, but a 229 is a lot bulkier than an XDS to begin with.


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It's not the Kydex but I really like these Talon leather holsters. https://talonholsters.com/


I have several of their reg IWB's and a few of their Tuckable IWB's.
Great people to deal with directly or they can be found on Amazon. They have Free Shipping on their Tuckable IWB's. You probably have to deal directly for the Free Shipping. Fast shipping he'll have it in a couple days Priority mail.


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I've been happy with my Vedder holsters.
https://www.vedderholsters.com...ig8Mf8hoCQ4kQAvD_BwE


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I would tell him to look at the Blade-Tech Klipt Ambi. It appears to be a remake of their old UCH holster, which was my favorite for small autos. Personally I would get a longer tuckable clip as the stock one looks rather short.
 
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Clearwater Tactical makes some great kydex holsters and they are tuckable.
I'm wearing this one today for my CZ P01. I added a concealment claw and with a 10° cant it disappears under a tucked in polo shirt at 3:30.



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For the rare occasions I need a tuckable holster, I use a G Code INCOG Eclipse. However, I did replace the strut/clip, with a strut and belt loop.

They make them for the XD pistols.


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Bravo Concealment is excellent. I have these for several carry guns.

https://www.bravoconcealment.c...ariant=1037445726234



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Originally posted by jljones:
I have a coworker that is looking for a tuckable holster for a XDS. He wants a standard IWB kydex holster that is tuckable. But he wants the Galco Skyops type holster in kydex, not one of the kydex leather hybrid types.

Suggestions?


I have always thought that the Galco Skyops had the most concealed tuckable holster there is, other than Sticky/Remora type. I may be stating the obvious; but, your friend may be relegated to buying the Skyops, removing the attachment and having someone attach it to a Kydex holster.


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I've been happy with my Vedder holsters.
https://www.vedderholsters.com...ig8Mf8hoCQ4kQAvD_BwE


2nd this!
Have used the Vedder LightTuck IWB for my Glocks and decided to get one for my new P229 Elite also.
I usually go basic black but as I have a few Vedder's for my Glocks, i decided for their carbon black finish so I can easily identify which is which in the holster drawer.

Just came in today and great quality as always with a strong adjustable cant and height metal clip.



 
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I have been lucky. I really like the first holster I ever bought. The Stealthgear Onyx.


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Originally posted by BadDogPSD:
I've been happy with my Vedder holsters.
https://www.vedderholsters.com...ig8Mf8hoCQ4kQAvD_BwE


2nd this!
Have used the Vedder LightTuck IWB for my Glocks and decided to get one for my new P229 Elite also.
I usually go basic black but as I have a few Vedder's for my Glocks, i decided for their carbon black finish so I can easily identify which is which in the holster drawer.

Just came in today and great quality as always with a strong adjustable cant and height metal clip.


Third vote for Vetter. I will never buy another holster with a plastic belt clip again.


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Suggest you look at what Milt Sparks has to offer.

I use a Milt Sparks Versa Max Two, called a VM2 for short, in its tuckable configuration. To make it tuckable, you replace the leather belt loops with kydex clips. I'm very happy with it; you might be, too.

You'll find it here: LINK


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Alien Gear has worked well for me. No leather...


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I’ve used both Alien Gear’s Cloak-Tuck 3.0 and the Milt Sparks VM-2 / Kydex clip holster. I prefer the Sparks setup, as the clips attach to the waistband of the wearer’s pants and the belt passes over the clips, greatly enhancing concealment.

I’ve found that, for me, a lighter gun is best with this approach - for instance, an alloy-framed Dan Wesson CCO works better for me tucked than a steel-framed Government Model 1911. A Glock 26 or similar is even better.



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On my Alien Gear holster setup (and all the rest of my tuckable IWBs/), I've had a strip of velcro sinto all of my carry belts, and I have the velcro backed clips. Properly worn, nothing is visible with the tucked configuration, so long as I slightly blouse the bottom of my tucked shirt (which I do anyhow).

I also like the VM2, very comfortable, but I don't have a version of it that is tuckable.


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