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Anyone know of an IWB holster that has Level 2 retention?

Thanks!


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I ran across this one some time back, DeSantis Prowler. Does not look like it would be a smooth draw action when IWB.

https://ads.midwayusa.com/prod...KEAQYBSABEgLrxfD_BwE


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I ran across this one some time back, DeSantis Prowler. Does not look like it would be a smooth draw action when IWB.

https://ads.midwayusa.com/prod...KEAQYBSABEgLrxfD_BwE


No it doesn’t, and the trigger area index release isn’t ideal either. But I appreciate the suggestion!


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http://www.safariland.com/prod...lster-model_575.html

Doesn't look very comfortable.


Interesting, thanks. I think all-in-one holsters like this are probably going to be my best bet.


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Bianchi Model 3S is IWB with loop and thumbreak

 
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^^^^^ In the days of my youth, I went IWB from time to time. The Bianchi Pistol Pocket worked. And it is cant adjustable too.


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I've seen some leather with snap and thumb-break like pictured above, but nothing else.


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Many moons ago when the old Handguns for Sport and Defense magazine published gunwriter Duane Thomas’ article about his Thomas Perfectionist IWB holster from Kramer Handgun Leather, I’m tempted to say that a thumb-break was an option for that holster.

Might be worth a call or email to Kramer to see if that option is still available - the holster is definitely still one of their offerings.



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