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I made my own.
I personally like the GCode Incog for IWB but didn't want to wait 12 weeks and spend a ton of money. I did my own using their super-mojo and clip. Perfect for my uses.






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I have a kydex IWB from Ozarks, fit is good and it adds minimum weight-bulk to the pistol.

https://ozarksholstercompany.c...p/kydex-iwb-holster/


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G-Code INCOG Eclipse. Just change out the clip for a new strut with one that has a riveted or screwed on strap.

https://www.tacticalholsters.c...ck-43-incog-eclipse/ (in stock so no need to wait 6-12 weeks)

http://www.knifekits.com/vcom/...831&products_id=9697

http://www.knifekits.com/vcom/...412&products_id=9794


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I EDC my G43 in a Ryan Grizzle Town and Country,
Great holster.
 
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I picked up a G43 with CT laser for my girlfriend. Finding a decent looking holster for it has been tough as well. I think I am going to end up making one, unless you guys have a good suggestion for the laser model.
 
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I'm using Bravo Concealment for my OWB & IWB - mine wears a Shield RDS and the Bravo models work well.



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I’m raising this thread from the dead. I’m looking for an IWB clip style holster for a 43. No strong preference between leather and kydex but most clip style I see are kydex. Quality over cost, but would like to keep cost below $50 shipped and would love it to be even less.

What do you all like?

Secondarily, will also be looking for a pocket holster as well but want the IWB first.
 
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I use the FIST 1AK holster, it's made from thin kydex and has a clip so strong it can be used without a belt. The price is in your range also.

http://www.fist-holsters.com/s...-224-225-detail.html
 
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I've been using a Tulster for my 43 with Streamlight TLR-6 and have been very satisfied; wearing it almost daily for the last three months. Tulster has some Black Friday deals that have been extended,

For the 43 without the light/laser, I bought a Blackhawk IWB kydex at the PX for around $20 and have been surprised at how good a holster it's been.
 
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Thanks for the recommendations. Vedder is having a 15% off sale. Anyone used them for a Glock 43 holster? It’d be $53 after shipping.
 
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Kusiak leather minimalist. I have about 6 holsters for my 43 and have tried many more. This is miles above the rest.
 
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Kusiak leather minimalist. I have about 6 holsters for my 43 and have tried many more. This is miles above the rest.


Thanks. Those look nice. Do they have any referral codes to get you credit for a referral? Works out slightly less than the Vedder after shipping. I’ve always been partial to leather though.
 
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I don't think so. My dad got one too at my recommendation. I will forewarn you that they are tight at first. After a short break in they are perfect.
 
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Decided to give it a try ordered today. Thanks for all the recommendations.
 
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DeSantis Mini-Scabbard works for me.


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Sheriff of Baghdad condom holster. Most comfortable holster I own. They usually have then in stock for g43.
 
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I don't think so. My dad got one too at my recommendation. I will forewarn you that they are tight at first. After a short break in they are perfect.

You weren’t kidding about it being tight. Holy cow. I’ll have it wear it around to break it in.
 
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I don't think so. My dad got one too at my recommendation. I will forewarn you that they are tight at first. After a short break in they are perfect.

You weren’t kidding about it being tight. Holy cow. I’ll have it wear it around to break it in.


Mine took a few nights on the couch of putting the gun in and out. My dad just left his gun in the holster for a week or so and it loosened up a bit.
 
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+1 on the Kusiak Minimalist. I have the extra mag on mine. Very comfortable for EDC. Well made and not expensive.


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