What kind of material do you like your holster made from?
Depends on your price point and application. I have a drop holster that I bought for $20. It is thick and durable and functionally not a bad holster that's ok for a day at the range but would I go Zombie hunting in it no. This will be my next drop leg purchase BlackHawk Tactical SERPA Holster - Level 2, Right Hand Draw FREE S&H 430503CT-R, 430504BK-R, 430506BK-R, 430500BK-R, 430503BK-R, 430506CT-R, 430503OD-R, 430504CT-R, 430504FG-R, 430504OD-R, 430506OD-R, The thing I like about this one is it is modular.I have a few nylon holsters, and several leather ones. Like many of you, I tend to switch it up, depending on the job or task Im doing. Ive been looking for a good tactical, leg rig, any suggestions?
I think we all have one of those drawers, lolFor a combo holster I went with Tucker Holsters. However, when I was at last year's Tulsa firearms show I found a holster maker, called D.M. Bullard, this company makes the best damn all leather holsters for Glocks that I've ever used, and I have a dresser drawer full of different holsters I've bought.