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Who has a line of this type of holster?
No cant, straight draw belt holster. Similar to the ole Blackhawk three slot snap leather holster, just w/o the cant.
G19, 1911, etc...
I don't know about slotted pancake-style OWB holsters, but I know lots of makers offer Avenger-style holsters with a straight drop. Basically, a tunnel loop behind the holster body and a trailing belt slot to pull the butt of the gun into the body. Not quite as concealable as a pancake holster, but it might be worth checking out.
Offhand, I know Kramer and Milt Sparks make versions of this model. I think the Kramer version is called the Vertical Scabbard and the Milt Sparks version is called the 55BN. I'm pretty sure TT Gunleather offers this, too, but I can't say for sure.
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You ought to take a look at the Mitch Rosen UPL “Upper Limit” straight draw holster. I have a Rosen 5JR, which has an “FBI cant”.
Regardless of which holster you buy, I also recommend Rosen’s “Leather Lightning” leather lube, which greatly eases break-in of tight fitting custom holsters. One little bottle is plenty for at least two new holsters.
Look about you.
I am a huge fan of the Galco Avenger for my 1911 & M&P.
Rom 13:4 If you do evil, be afraid. For he does not bear the sword in vain. For he is God's minister, an avenger to execute wrath on him who practices evil.
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Another Mitch Rosen user here. I own both of his owb holsters. The 5JR which has the fbi cant. And the UPL. Which is a straight drop design. I prefer the UPL when using with a smaller gun like a Glock 26. Larger guns carry better for me in the 5JR. Both holsters are excellent for owb carry.
Erik Little of RafterL makes great holsters, as does Ken Null and Milt Sparks Leather (now owned by Tony Kanaly).
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