Holsters made of a combination of kydex and leather are large and may appear uncomfortable and difficult to conceal. Rob Pincus explains the advantages of these holsters. They combine the comfort of wearing leather against the skin all day with the reliability and security of the plastic that Kydex provides, especially with respect to being able to get the handgun in and out of the holster. Give one a try and see how it works for you.
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