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One of my RSO's carries a compact 320 everyday every where tucked and well hidden. He is a great fan of the Vedder and says it is comfortable, carries well, priced reasonably, and ships fast.

As always...YMMV
 

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I have the light tuck for my PPS m2. Really good quality and design. It shipped fast too. I had it in only a few days. Came with some extra swag. I'd recommend them although I can't vouch for the hybrid.
 

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i have a light tuck for my glock 43 with a tlr-6. Its alright...

im currently looking for another dedicated Aiwb holster to replace it. Prob going to be a gcode or a LAS concealment setup
 

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I wouldn't even consider it with only one belt clip.

Take a look at Alien Gear and get one that stays in place no matter what (2 belt clips).
 

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We order one of these for a daughter to carry a p250sc 9mm in . My wife tried it for a couple days with her m&p9c and liked it ok but l prefers the comp-tac neutral over the vedder and my wife use the same comp-tac too after tring mine years ago for her m&p or 1911 lw and its for more adjustable . IF you use a double thick belt vedder does not have the best clip for these . My wife has a nelson belt and I have a jay-pee and the clip is beyond tight and it needs some stretching to allow you to slide in on and off . An under hook clip would be a great upgrade . Vedder is looking into a looser clip to send us . My daughter goes to school often and can slip her Foxx holster on and off easily yet it stays in place . Vedder is more adjustable having several options height adjustments holes to work with but that belt clip !!
 

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Veddrr makes good stuff.I have 2 of their light tucks, one for the wife's shield 9, it has their older full belt loop/j hook type, new one for my shield 45 has the clip.

I am not a fan of single clips.....usually, this one is tight as all get out, you would need a crane to pull it off your belt. I pulled and pulled on the holster with no gun in it trying to get thebclip to pull off, all I did was give myself a brutal wedgie lol

I am using a wilderness tactical 1.75" belt
 

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Well if other give them some insight to how they feel about the metals clips currently used maybe they will pay attention and give us an option for a J-hook .!
 

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I have 3 lite tucks, I carry my P226, EMP4, and P238 w/CT laser in them. I really think they are great holsters. Tons better than Alien Gear, and equal to Blackpoint Tactical (who makes holsters for Sig).
 

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I wouldn't even consider it with only one belt clip.

Take a look at Alien Gear and get one that stays in place no matter what (2 belt clips).
You haven't looked at the right holster then .. The Garrett GX IWB has a single clip holds the holster tight with out any movement .. much lighter then the Alien Gear and also much cooler in the summer !!

I have 2 of them one for my Sig Legion 229 the other my S&W 40 Compact .. no movement at all on either .. and about half the surface area against you which makes them cooler and thus more comfortable ..
 

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Theres a lot of good holsters out there today and a lot I think are junk but like handguns they don't all please everyone .

I think vedder basically make solid adjustable design with the kydex holster . When they find a better clip at least as an option it will be even better . I don't think much of there comfort tuck or owb is anything worth while that's not been done by many others for many years .

Each one of us have to find what we prefer to use and there must be at least a 100 holster companies making a living of use today . Good luck ! With a little luck you'll only have a small box of "junk " holster threw the years .
 

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vedder light tuck

I have a vedder light tuck for my 229 and love it.. it is much more comfortable than I thought it would be considering it is kydex only and not a hybrid, I wear it at 4 o'clock love the single clip trust me its not coming off. It was a little hard at first to put on and remove but after some use gets easier. also like that when for a short trip down to the corner store I can easily appendix carry it and go.
 

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I have two vedder light tucks, one for glock 26 and shield. I love them. The fact that they have a clip that I can adjust the can't + or - 30 degrees is awesome. I'm a big guy and I'm able to adjust the can't when I sit or stand to be more comfortable or to help tuck the guns grip closer into my body. Only complaint, they don't have one for the p320 rx. I also have an alien gear iwb and I use the vedder holster more often.
 

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I have a Vedder Light Tuck for my Glock 30 S I chose Vedder because Mike uses steel clips not plastic. At first the clip was stiff but has loosen with use. I just ordered a Legion 229 and I'm considering ordering another Light Tuck. I like having the ability of changing the cant.

@Whitewabt, I'm considering the Garrett Silent Thunder. I'm thinking the leather lining will be easier on the Legion's finish. How is the GX working for you?
 

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Runnerpsu Garrett silent thunder what ? There all named silent thunder something . We have a couple in the family and some of them have a weak points .

The Fusion is a hrbrid design with nice soft leather on the back side but its too soft to use as a drill holster or even to removed your handgun while wearing as reholsters is trouble some while your belt is tight . When your pistol is drawn it will pinch closed thank unsupported leather . But it wears nicely .The leather belt strap is double thick and does not lay flat .

The STX 2.0 thanks to the adjustable clip helps a newbe to find what cant works best for them , bUt the clip can break . Son-in-law has one of these and has broke the front strap twice . Now wears a vedder iwb and has a black hills leather owb .

Black Hills Leather makes sued leather lined holsters , some for not much more than some kydex brands like garrett .

Don't assume all plastic or poly belt clips are the same . I used one set of comp-tac's C clips for 12 or 13 years . Also used one comp-tac neutral iwb hybrid for those 12 or 13 years . Kydex body is changeable for different handguns and been used for kahr or 1911 and now my p320 . Wife wears the same holster bought for her m&p9c about 6 years ago but now with the kahr body for a kimber 1911 . Leather in general is abrasive to leather too . I can say the inside in my oldest kydex body - the kahr model that I used daily for 7 years with a TP40 that was polished is still looking good I. The kydex is still slick inside so when well fit at least with a comp-tac hybrid they don't hurt the pistol finish any more than leather will . The neutral works well for draw and fire drills too .
 

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I'm not a big fan of these holsters only b/c the backing tends to make it harder for me to get a good purchase on the grip when drawing. A lot of people love them, though! Very comfortable once you get it on. This model would be easier to don/remove than some two clip models, but there are some real advantages to having dual clips. Personally, I carry my G19 in the INCOG Shadow Eclipse XC-1 like below. I've carried it for a few years and have had zero issues with it. I draw all the time, and one thing that is a must for me in a concealment holster is that it must stay put. If you go this route, I think you would not be disappointed.

https://www.tacticalholsters.com/product/incog-shadow-xc1-eclipse/

This holster is strictly for the Glock 19, but below is a link to one that fits the P320 that has dual clips, but you could remove one and just run one if you wanted to. I just ordered a light bearing model with the mag caddie for my Glock.

https://www.tacticalholsters.com/product/incog-iwb-holster-system/

These holsters were designed by Travis Haley, a former Recon Marine and Blackwater Operator, and the former CEO of Magpul. The design is well thought out, and it works really well for me. One thing I really like is the felt like coating on the outside. This helps to keep the holster from sliding around, and it also serves as a moisture wicking for those hot days. Check out his video on it. Hope this helps!
 
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