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Old 08-13-2018, 10:00 AM
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I'm currently using an Aliengear 3.0 IWB. It sucks. I cant use it with a t shirt at all, the sights, the grip and clips all poke out, its not very concealed. AG's holster worked well for my full size CZ so I gave them a try with the shield and I'm a little disappointed. What brands should I look at for best concealment?
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Why don’t you just send it back to Aliengear? Don’t they have a lifetime warranty?


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I could, but I'd get an AG holster back and it will still print
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Gotcha....I hope you find the one you need.


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I’ve been using a T-Rex Sidecar for my shield. I like it a lot. Comfortable, doesn’t print much. I just ordered a Tier 1 axis slim to see if it’s better.
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I have both a Cottonmouth Concealment kydex and a Crossbreed hybrid made with horse hide. I prefer my Cottonmouth more. I’m 5’10 235lbs. and carry at 4:00.
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I like my Alien gear for my shield 3.0 for my shield.... but I have to wear it at 4/5 o-clock
But I have a soft (relentless tactical) IWB that I love for it..... I’d recommend that
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When in doubt, spend the money in the right place the first time.... Tier1Concealed for the win!
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I'm currently using an Aliengear 3.0 IWB. It sucks. I cant use it with a t shirt at all, the sights, the grip and clips all poke out, its not very concealed. AG's holster worked well for my full size CZ so I gave them a try with the shield and I'm a little disappointed. What brands should I look at for best concealment?

Scotty are you located in Orange County? If you are I recommend you bring your gun to our shop, or this weekend at the OC Gun Show and try a Packin' Fur Defense Holster for your Shield. We have a number is stock at this time. It's always better if you can try before you buy. My Kydex holsters allow a range of adjustability, are tuckable, and can accept six different types of clips for a perfect fit assuming a Kydex holster is the right type of holster.

However there is more to selecting a holster than the gun model... If wouldn't mind answering some of these questions I can tailor a better response for you.

A classic CCW beginner mistake is to say to a salesman, friend or forum I have Gun X what holster should I get. This is immediately followed by a list of holsters people either have, or wish they had with no analysis of factors that drive the selection of this critical piece of kit.
Despite your wish that you will be able to draw your weapon like you were in training or at the range, you are most likely to have been caught off guard, at a time and place not of your choosing, in close contact, with the attacker on you, and likely injured. You should be able to accomplish the draw one handed and in 1.5 seconds or less. Like a parachute or an open ocean life raft, you are depending on your holster to function in the worst condition, and function reliably. It’s a life and death choice.
Let’s start with the information you need to give anyone you’re asking for assistance so they can make an informed suggestion.
Where on the body do you plan to carry your weapon, and why there?
Are you thin, average, heavy, tall, or short?
Do you have any medical issues, arthritis, skin condition, ulcer, IBS, frequent heartburn, bad back, carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, or shoulder injuries? All of these affect holster choices and or position.
What is your normal style of clothing? Do you always wear a belt? Do you wear casual untucked look, business casual, scrubs, suit or uniform?
Do you know the limitation of each kind of holster, and carry position?

Will you have to remove the gun and holster to go into certain venues, or work? This impacts holster choice.

Do you live in California, clothing styles here impact holster choice, especially in Southern California? Remember if your carrying IWB your concealing the grip not gun, unless you go large holster like a hybrid in which case you complicate concealment, fit and comfort. There are place for them, but understand the trade space.

There are more questions that can be discussed, however this is a solid foundation for selecting a holster.
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What position do you usually carry? I don’t know much about Alien Gear but they’re not appealing to me whatsoever. They were one of the holster manufacturers that I was considering when I was looking for a holster for my Shield. They’re so ugly and look really bulky. My Shield currently rides AIWB in my G-Code Incog. It’s a good holster and it doesn’t print. I recently got the Tier 1 Concealed Agis for my Glock 43 and it’s hands down the best holster I’ve ever purchased. It conceals a little bit better but it’s way more comfortable than my Incog. I’m planning to sell my Incog for my Shield and Glock 19 to replace them with Tier 1 Concealed. Let me know if you’re interested in purchasing my Incog. I’ll give you a good deal on it.
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Definitely in the market for a new holster and this Tier 1 seems to be winning for me. Wish I could try it out first.
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Best holster I've found after buying nearly every major marketed company out there is Black Arch. The Black Arch Protos-M is a hybrid holster but has a full wrap around kydex over the trigger guard so you have consistent retention and that "click" when holstering. I carry a p10c more comfortably in my Black Arch holster than I can carry my Shield in an alien gear, crossbreed, ANR Design, etc.. highly recommeded!!





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Definitely in the market for a new holster and this Tier 1 seems to be winning for me. Wish I could try it out first.
Where are you located? I have mine for my G19 but if you're local you're more than welcome to give it a try
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Have you looked at Garrett Industries? I hate kydex because I worry about ruining the finish (I primarily have all metal deep blued polished weapons) and kydex is loud on the draw and reholstering but Garrett Industries lines their kydex with leather preserving the life of your weapon and making both the draw and reholstering quiet.

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Have you looked at Garrett Industries? I hate kydex because I worry about ruining the finish (I primarily have all metal deep blued polished weapons) and kydex is loud on the draw and reholstering but Garrett Industries lines their kydex with leather preserving the life of your weapon and making both the draw and reholstering quiet.

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This video sold me on them
If the Kydex is properly made there is less wear from Kydex than leather. Leather contacts the entire gun and rubs the finish. The click you hear on a Kydex is the trigger guard entering the space that retains the gun, and on some the ejection port. You can create more or less contact by how tight you set the retention. In So Cal it's not a problem in other states where there is high humidity leading the wearer to sweat more, leather can actually be even worse as sweat and moisture pass through the leather and are retained causing corrosion on the weapon.
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Best holster I've found after buying nearly every major marketed company out there is Black Arch. The Black Arch Protos-M is a hybrid holster but has a full wrap around kydex over the trigger guard so you have consistent retention and that "click" when holstering. I carry a p10c more comfortably in my Black Arch holster than I can carry my Shield in an alien gear, crossbreed, ANR Design, etc.. highly recommeded!!





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Way more holster than is needed for a Shield. Your spending more effort concealing the holster than the gun. with a proper single clip Kydex all your concealing is the grip the rest of is hidden by the natural shape of the pants.
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Aholster.com AIWB Wedge.
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If you want to carry appendix, the T-Rex Sidecar is the best. It’s my EDC!
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I set my sister up with a Crossbreed Quikclip with a 15% cant for her Shield.
She loves it.

Easy on, easy off, very secure and hides her Shield well, even under silk

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Stealthgear is what I use. Their smaller one. Honestly, asking about holsters is asking for 100 opinions.
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Vedder Kydex
I've got probably 40 holsters and always end up going back to my Vedder for the Shield, P380, or Glocks including the G30.

The dual-clip hybrid holsters are just "too much holster" for the compact and sub-compact guns.
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Strong side: Milt Sparks Criterion with snaps (not magnets; request at time of order).

Appendix: JM Custom Kydex AIWB 2.5 with full sweatshield, pull the dot loops spaced together, and short wedge.
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I set my sister up with a Crossbreed Quikclip with a 15% cant for her Shield.
She loves it.

Easy on, easy off, very secure and hides her Shield well, even under silk

There is so much wrong with this holster that I can only say using it demonstrates serious ignorance about safety and functionality.
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Vedder Kydex
I've got probably 40 holsters and always end up going back to my Vedder for the Shield, P380, or Glocks including the G30.

The dual-clip hybrid holsters are just "too much holster" for the compact and sub-compact guns.
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I've been carrying my Shield in a LAG Defender for 2 years. It's comfortable, secure and allows me to get my hand on the gun in the same way I hold to shoot.

EDC, classes and IDPA shoots. It's always IWB at 10:30-11:00.

I prefer the 2 clips because with the same type of pants on all the time I am able to orient the clips in the same place in relation to belt loops. It does matter if you are trying to shave 10ths off of your draw time.

I suppose with all the good holster makers out there most are quite adequate, Chevy, Dodge sort of stuff.
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I also feel the two clip holsters for the subcompacts is a bit much for my needs. I use a Vedder, Clinger, and BlackArch (single clip hybrid) for my sub compact weapons. XDS in a Vedder. They're IMG_2649.jpgall Very versatile and comfortable.IMG_2650.jpg

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Sideguardholster minimal clip is the perfect setup for the Shield.
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There is so much wrong with this holster that I can only say using it demonstrates serious ignorance about safety and functionality.
Could you help me understand what is wrong with it (or the brand)?
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http://www.blackpointtactical.com/shop/miniwing/

Carried a Shield in the Mini-Wing for almost a year and 3600 rounds. Have since gotten three more for other pistols. Highly recommended.
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Carried a Shield in the Mini-Wing for almost a year and 3600 rounds. Have since gotten three more for other pistols. Highly recommended.
Look minimalist. They don't make one for lighted weapon
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If you are printing, look into wearing a slightly larger outside garment.

With that said, I don't like the Alien Gear concept for a holster. Find that hybrid design is too bulky for me.
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Cross Breed Mini Tuck has worked well for me. Only wish that the belt clips were adjustable up and down.
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tier 1 concealed in amazing
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Cross Breed Mini Tuck has worked well for me. Only wish that the belt clips were adjustable up and down.

+1 Cross breed Supertuck IWB with Ulticlips replacing the belt loops does it for me, but I have a Safariland 7378 7TS ALS thumb-release OWB on the way.


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There is no "best" Grasshopper. Only best for you. And that's part of the problem. What I like and what works well for me, or works well for my gun, might not work for you and your gun.

You also didn't mention what position you're carrying in and that may make a difference on the holsters people recommend.

With the above said, I'm a fan of JM Custom AIWB-WC holsters and they definitely do the job for a 5 inch 1911 and a 4 M&P. It's a pretty minimalist holster anyway but you may not need the wing and claw for a small Shield.

I also run G Code Incog occasionally for a 3.3" XDS. It works ok.

If you're anywhere near Grantar's shop, go take a trip in with your gun and talk to them. I'm betting it's worth your time.
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I've been carrying with a Multiholsters IWB kydex holster for roughly 5 years or so. Very comfortable and durable.
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I would recommend that you check out the different holsters that Versacarry has to offer. I got my holster a little over a year and a half ago, and I couldn't be happier with it. They custom fit their holsters to the gun that you have when you order it. It holds really well and it's easy to conceal. They're also one of the only companies that I know of that offers holsters that will hold an extra mag clip. You should check them out... http://bit.ly/2OUgrft

Here's a picture of what mine looks like. It is the Protector S2, and it fits my M&P Shield like a glove.
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Try a Crossbreed "Micro Tuck" Holster. Mine conceals mine very well with just a t-shirt. I also have one for my G45 and it doesn't print at all.
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