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I was wondering if anybody had any suggestions about an IWB Holster for the Solo Carry? Some pictures would be very helpful too!

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For my money I would spend it on the Remora! It's clip less, and stays in place. I have one for my Sig P-238 and love it. I live in Las Vegas, we ware shorts most of the year. The Remora stays in place with or with out a belt.
 

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Hands down Remora. Terrific in all weather.
 

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I use a DeSantis super tuck. i believe it is for a larger model pistol but the Solo sits down real low in it and I like it.
 

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I don't want to sound like a salesman for Remora holsters, but I love them and have several. They are having a November sale on now. Two for the price of one! There is a demo video on utube for you to watch!
 

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I don't want to sound like a salesman for Remora holsters, but I love them and have several. They are having a November sale on now. Two for the price of one! There is a demo video on utube for you to watch!
Yeah i wish i would have seen that before I picked up my sticky holster. they look almost identical, and i could have got a second for free. Oh well, this sticky is nice, I've got three for various guns and they fit nice and snug. Looks like the Remora's do too!
 

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I use the crossbreed style quite a lot. Be careful where you buy. All makers are not the same. Some use rubber washers under the screws holding the kydex to the leather. They call them adjustment screws. While they may serve that purpose, it is much better to get a holster that fits to begin with. Crossbreeds are comparatively expensive but they rivet the kydex to the leather and it is properly molded to your gun to start with. No adjustment necessary.
I like this type of holster because the holster carry position is adjustable for height of carry as well as forward or rearward cant and because of the two separate belt mount clips, it spreads the weight across a larger area of the belt.
 

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www.looperlawenforcement.com/betty-holster.html
The Betty I own two ,1 Glock 26 & 1 Solo,and would buy one for my C3 if they would make it . Shop for price though ,I first time I looked at it I thought Cheap junk but it's the thinist most comfortable of my Many holsters in the Unsed holster drawer.
Sorry the link I put in yesterday didn't work. Great holster, simple,thin, protects gun,easy on and off . JMO
 

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I like the Remora holsters a lot and have a few of them for various guns including my Solo. Their customer service is top notch too. With that being said I also have a few Sticky holsters and IMO, would give them the slight nod over the Remoras.
 

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wsucougs8 -- I assume you have received this holster. Have you used it enough to determine if it's causing any wear on the gun's finish? Kydex doesn't have a good reputation over on the 1911 - Hi Power forum.
It quickly became my regular carry holster and I have not noticed any wear on the finish to date. I would buy another one and recommend it to my friends.
 
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