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    Eberlestocks and a sidearm?

    Anyone figured out how to connect a sidearm to an Eberlestock waist belt?

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    I use this one:

    http://www.unclemikes.com/products/s..._holsters.html

    It clips right to the hipbelt webbing.

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    Thats the one I also use BB but its wearing on the waistbelt.

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    I had the same problem trying to make something work. Never got it figured out. With my Blacks Creek Canadian Pack it's simple to attach a holster. Love the Eberlestock pack also, but cannot get a pistol attached worth a darn. With light weight pants on to provide some protection to the pistol, I did carry a lot when I was just scouting and just used my ankle holster. That worked fine for me, and since I carry in an ankle holster every day, it was not a big deal. I have a Springfield Armory XD40 sub-compact I carry in it, and it feels fine.

    This set-up is a few bucks, but it looks to be first class and looks like it would work very well. When and if I wear the Galco out I might try this one.
    http://shop.alessigunholsters.com/Items/ankle springfield armory?&caSKU=ankle springfield armory&caTitle=Alessi Holsters Ankle Holster for Springfield Armory Guns

    http://shop.alessigunholsters.com/Im...frame auto.jpg

    Galco Ankle Glove
    http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPT3.asp?ProductID=2529&CatalogID=6

    http://www.usgalco.com/ViewLargePic....oductSKU=AG296

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    I use a molle style holster on my Dragonfly and it mounts perfect to the hip belt.

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    I also have a Condor Molle style holster but hate it. I can't mount it to the belt low enough for a consistent and comfortable draw, and also when I'm hiking my arm rubs on the gun and holster. I also have the Dragonfly and love the pack. My next holster will be an opreator thigh holster. I will let you know how that works out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitterroot Bulls View Post
    I use this one:

    http://www.unclemikes.com/products/s..._holsters.html

    It clips right to the hipbelt webbing.
    that's good to know because I'll be getting a j107 when ever they get the camo pattern I like back in stock!!!! It's been months.....I already have the same holister
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    Bitterroot and Walker, does the Uncle Mike's clip stay on well? Ever had any problem with the holster falling off? Thx

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    Never had a problem at all with it falling off. It stays on there very well.

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    Yep, way more solid than you would think.

 

 

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