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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2017 5:07 pm 
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Hi guys.
I have a Glock 35 and several holsters. I really like serpa holsters because of the locking system, but they don't protect the muzzle. Had the same issue with a Beretta I had, several times on a camping trip I hit the muzzle on a rock when I sat down without thinking about the gun on my hip. On my Glock it is an even bigger issue since the barrel is longer. Is there any "serpa-style" holsters that covers the entire front end of the G34/35?

I did use the search option but didn't find anything helpful.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 9:58 am 
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I would suggest that you take a look at an inside the waistband holster. Check out anything from Crossbreed bolsters.

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 10:42 am 
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Safariland 6004 might. I have one for my Glock 34 with TLR and the bottom is covered.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 26, 2017 11:18 am 
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I don't see anything in a serpa style. What if you epoxy an extension with some formed kydex . Might not look too beautiful , but it would get the job done.

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I just got an IWB holster from a company called Gearcraft for my Glock 26. I have read a lot of positive reviews about them and after three intensive days of using and wearing it -I am impressed. It looks great, it fully covers the pistol, it holds the pistol very solidly and allows an adequate grip. I suspect the 35 is bigger than the 26 but all of their pictures show full coverage. Here is their website: http://gearcraftholsters.com/

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 28, 2017 3:35 am 
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The G35 is identical to the 34 except for being a .40 cal. I don't think it would be very comfortable wearing such a big and thick gun IWB? It's a full inch longer than a G17. Will look into those other options, thank you for your inputs :)

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Krieger wrote:
The G35 is identical to the 34 except for being a .40 cal. I don't think it would be very comfortable wearing such a big and thick gun IWB? It's a full inch longer than a G17. Will look into those other options, thank you for your inputs :)


For your consideration: http://gearcraftholsters.com/the-vert-iwb-or-owb/

No affiliation, just a satisfied customer,

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Safariland 6378. Better retention method than serpa, better release, better material, and available to fully cover.


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Gearcraft looks really good, even without the serpa-style retention! :)
Need to check if it is possible to import it to norway. Thanks a lot for the link!

Safariland also looks great for standard range use, but I already have a kydex holster that I like for that purpose. Don't remember the brand so I will have to check.

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