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    The Milt Sparks Versa Max II is about as good as it gets for me. The first IWB holster I bought was a Mernickle with the belt clip. I telephoned to ask questions before I ordered it. The gal I spoke to said, "If you have 'love handles' you may not find an IWB holster comfortable." That wasn't a concern so I ordered it.

    I've used the clip holsters from Mernickle, Kramer, and DeSantis with no issues. Carrying at around 5 O'clock. The VMII is the best, I also have a Milt Sparks gun belt which, as Max and John said, makes a big difference in supporting the weight of the firearm. The belt is double thickness.

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    Kramer ...... Mernickle .......... Milt Sparks
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    Here is a custom rig from El Paso Saddlery for my Colt SAA;

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hirlau View Post
    Here is a custom rig from El Paso Saddlery for my Colt SAA;
    Now that looks comfortable !
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    Here is a Bianchi with Fingerlok retention for my G19, that I used at work & now for yearly qualification, OWB.

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    Here is a Bianchi for a Smith N frame, for a model 28,, 4" good for out in the woods.

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    I especially do not like my current holster, because it has poor retention. Nothing like having your side arm free itself and go skittering away to make you panic!

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