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Saluki
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I want something to carry a 10mm 1911 for hunting and field use.

Chest rigs seem to be the the new flavor of the day. For good reason? Typically I have a small ruck on my back, something like HPG etc is either over kill or far too small. The Kenai is second choice right now, behind an ElPaso saddlery rig.

Any insights are appreciated.


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I have both the M-3 and M-7 versions. I can pull the M-3 around as more of a chest holster than the M-7.
 
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Ares Tactical made one for me from Kydex for my 1911. I prefer Kydex for wear in rain or snow.


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Do you find them comfortable walking around or better suited to atv type uses?


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I can comfortably use mine pretty much anytime, but:
If you are going to use the tie down which snaps to your belt, your outerwear needs to be short enough to accommodate this. If my cold weather jacket wont allow me access to my pants belt, I just add an inch wide nylon belt to the rig to help secure the holster.


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I keep looking at these and is the one I’d get.

https://www.diamonddcustomleat...choice-chest-holster




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The Kenai Chest Holster has long been a standard in the industry for chest carry.

https://gunfightersinc.com/ken...mEAAYASAAEgKocvD_BwE
 
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I can comfortably use mine pretty much anytime, but:
If you are going to use the tie down which snaps to your belt, your outerwear needs to be short enough to accommodate this. If my cold weather jacket wont allow me access to my pants belt, I just add an inch wide nylon belt to the rig to help secure the holster.
Thank you for mentioning this. Most often I’d be in a coat.


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I just picked up a Gunfighters Inc. Kenai for my 610 on clearance from Midway for $73. I’m excited to try it.
 
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I don’t have pictures but I love the simply rugged chesty puller suspension system. I can use it with any of my 3 slot pancake holsters so it is not just stuck with one hand gun. It holds good and doesn’t flop on horseback or on the four wheeler

Chesty puller system


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I don’t have pictures but I love the simply rugged chesty puller suspension system. I can use it with any of my 3 slot pancake holsters so it is not just stuck with one hand gun. It holds good and doesn’t flop on horseback or on the four wheeler

Chesty puller system
Ive got one of the pancake holsters for a Blackhawk. It would make sense to get that rig for a 1911 with the ability to trade it onto the Blackhawk holster.

Thanks for the insight.


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Tanker style holster rig

I use the Cobra Chest Holster Combo, that holster can be used as an OWB (That i use everyday actually), then with a few screws you can convert it to be a chest holster. Concealment Solutions is the company.


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