Re: Best concealed holster for Glock 23??
I bought the Glock because it is an amazing design and so I figured I would try the Glock holster. It is fast, secure, light weight, the most concealable holster because it is so thin, very comfortable and there's a Glock in a Glock. What more could you want?
This is coming from a guy who has Allessi's, Rosen's, Krammer horsehides, and an early teflon lined pancake Ted Blocker.
It really shouldn't surprise us it is a great holster because it is a great weapon. I did notice just one design defect in that on the smaller Glock 29 and 27's ( I do not remember if it happens on the 27) the notch in the rail can get caught on the bottom edge inside of the holster to the point of either slowly the draw or stopping it. I just beveled that lip inside the bottom of the holster (with a knife) and there is no hang up at all. These holsters were first designed before Glocks had any rail and I can not understand why this has not been noticed and corrected. It will not happen if the weapon is drawn straight out and only happens if there is forward pressure on the grip so that the rail's notch is rotated into the end of the holster's leading edge.