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Bravo Concealment DOS IWB holster

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by DRC458, Aug 30, 2018.

  1. DRC458

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    Anybody wear one of these? I bought one for my Walther PPS M2 to have something to carry it in until I decide what I really want. Well, I got it today, and I have been trying to find a way to carry with it. So far, no joy. I usually carry about 4 o'clock with a forward cant. I tried re-adjusting the cant/carry height, and couldn't find a position anywhere near comfortable. Tried it appendix carry, and there ain't no way (without, maybe, actually cutting down one of the belt clips!). They offer a 30-day money back guarantee and, right now, I'm thinking they may be getting it back. I'm gonna' experiment with some more adjustments, but I thought maybe somebody here had been through this before and would have some suggestions. Thanks!

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    I've used one of these. It was never my favorite but did seem to carry better with just one clip. I sold the Shield and gave the holster to my brother at the time. He carries it around the 5 o'clock position with both clips. He claims it's the comfiest holster he's ever worn. My opinion on Bravo is on a case by case basis.
     
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    Thank you, sir! I have not tried the one-clip carry. I may have to give that a try. I'm determined to try carrying this thing, but I would like some experience with it before I spring for a high-dollar holster!
     
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    The only IWB kydex that I use is the one clip AIWB. At the 4 o'clock position they're way too stiff for me with two clips. A leather 2clips/loops will mold to your hip at that position and be a lot more comfortable. Or a leather/kydex hybrid if you want to holster your gun in kydex.
     
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    LOL! I don't like kydex - never have. I just wanted something cheap for the short term!
     
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    My mistake. I shouldn't have commented I guess since I've never found a solution to your problem with that particular style holster long or short term. If you start a thread about the leather your considering buying I would be interested in reading it though. I'm always open for suggestions on holsters.
     
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    Oh, no, by all means ... please chime in! I'm going to try your suggestion for the one-clip, AIWB carry. I'm open to any and all suggestions! I can always learn something! I just want something cheap to carry this in until I decide if it really is gonna' become my EDC. If it is, then I'm gonna' consider something like the VM2 or the Canute or TT Gunleather ... which opens up a whole 'nother can of worms and I'll be asking for suggestions again! Thanks for your input ... everybody!
     
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    I just got my new UBG Canute for my PPS M2 today . 4 1/2 weeks and $65 - my okshooters discount which basically covered shipping. I likes me some nice leather. You like? [​IMG][​IMG]


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    Me likes. Me likes a lot! But, I thought the Canute was $130???
     
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    I use a PJ Holsters IWB with integral clip for easy on and easy off. Plus, it’s okay to leave a pistol in kydex rather than store it in leather which can collect moisture and toy know what happens then...rust! PJ Holsters; good stuff and very minimal. $55 shipped in about a week as I recall[​IMG]
    I got this one in gray cause I have others for other guns in black and I get confused easy...[​IMG]


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