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Old 03-30-2020, 01:24 PM   #1
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With all the chaos in the world (and even more now with corona), I feel like I need to upgrade my setup this month. Right now I cc Glock19, iwb with Kore 1.5" tactical belt (my favorite belt) and I want to look at a new holster and the new kore 1.75" garrison belt. Holds more mags and gear. So I wanted some feedback on any new holsters folks have tried or would recommend that wil work with my glock and 1.75" belt?
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Old 03-31-2020, 05:16 AM   #2
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I don't own a Glock but have several Crossbreed Supertuck IWB holsters for other firearms including a Sig P320 C and SC. I am partial to the horsehide hybrid they make.
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Old 03-31-2020, 07:02 AM   #3
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Today my EDC is either my P320C or M11-A1 (P228) w/2 spare mags. Carry could be Simply Rugged Cudas for both for OWB, very comfortable. I also have a BlackRhino Concealment TCS set up for IWB for the 320C that I find exceptional and prior to recent circumstances used that system for my S&W Shield as my EDC. If I happen to be venturing to the big city, I have been known to expand my horizons with a S&W M&P9 w/ 3 full 17 round mags and a D'Santis OWB holster from S&W, very comfortable and concealable. We must have our options!
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It all depends on how/where you want to carry on your body, and go from there. Inside the waist, outside the waist......just remember we're going into summer and you will dress differently than in winter.
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Sightngrl gave you good advice. I can't add any more than to say you are carrying a fine choice of weapons. I wear a KORE 1.5 every day, and I love it.
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Old 04-01-2020, 06:14 AM   #6
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It all depends on how/where you want to carry on your body, and go from there. Inside the waist, outside the waist......just remember we're going into summer and you will dress differently than in winter.
The way this is going that is not going to make much difference! My living-room stays the same year round!
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Old 05-15-2020, 09:35 AM   #7
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Since my last post I’ve clearly had a lot of time on my hands at home to do my research and order my new setup- so I
went back to kore and picked up their new garrison belt. I measured it it really is a full 1.75 inches wide as the company states. Same ratchet system as other belts which I am familiar with an really like.

Thanks for the recommendations on holsters- I went with the KINGTUK IWB and loaded up the belt- the Garrison could handle the holster and with the wider belt I can now carry more mags and a knife now. My wife think it’s a bit crazyy to see all this loaded up and doubts it can hold the weight but I showed her how to adjust the belt tighter to my waist for support.

First impressions having tried it out for the day around the house and yard is that its a beast. I plana post a bettr review once next month if this damn lockdown is lifted after I test this thing out for any of you who are interested.
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The Kore 1.75 must be popular....I see it is sold out.
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Old 05-16-2020, 03:10 PM   #9
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Since my last post Iíve clearly had a lot of time on my hands at home to do my research and order my new setup- so I
went back to kore and picked up their new garrison belt. I measured it it really is a full 1.75 inches wide as the company states. Same ratchet system as other belts which I am familiar with an really like.

Thanks for the recommendations on holsters- I went with the KINGTUK IWB and loaded up the belt- the Garrison could handle the holster and with the wider belt I can now carry more mags and a knife now. My wife think itís a bit crazyy to see all this loaded up and doubts it can hold the weight but I showed her how to adjust the belt tighter to my waist for support.

First impressions having tried it out for the day around the house and yard is that its a beast. I plana post a bettr review once next month if this damn lockdown is lifted after I test this thing out for any of you who are interested.
Sounds good! I carry 2 xtra extended mags myself, even if I carry my {bug} back up gun.
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Old 07-28-2020, 08:39 PM   #10
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Gents- now that I've had the new kore garrison style belt for about a bit or so I wanted to post a followup because sometimes intial quality goes away once you use it. So far I was able to sneak in a few range runs and in between have worn it for my owb carry. I've been tryin to go to the range more than*usual with all thats going on...I dunno maybe i really have too much time on my hands. For the range its stiff and supportive enough to hold my glock and I can honestly say there is no real sign of wear so far. The best part has to be the ratcheting system doesn’t seem to show wear either- the amount I looseN and tighten I would imagine the teeth of this thing would be done- but it really sinches up like day one. Oh and it*waaay to wide and stiff for appendix and iwb (must the the 1.75 width.) none the less I wanted to update those who read my post because if we buy crap and don’t share it ain’t cool. This is not crap. This thing is legit.

Speaking of- Does anyone else have a favorite range belt ?*
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I have a couple belts I like: Simply Rugged makes a fine belt and the other I use for carry is made by Bullhide Belts. (side note Bullhide's web site shows them making belts and wallets. Interesting.)

https://www.simplyrugged.com/

https://www.bullhidebelts.com/
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I have a Simply Rugged belt that has seen daily use for at least 15 years but is getting a little tired for heavy guns unless in wider pancake type holsters. I also have a Double Duty belt I bought from Cabela's a few years ago that works quite well. It can be a real bugger to feed through some Kydex holster loops though.
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