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Old 05-26-2013, 11:03 PM   #21
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IWB I use a White Hat for OWB a Foxx Hybrid.

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Make sure you pick up a good quality gun belt as well....helps support the firearm and distribute the weight..

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Old 05-27-2013, 12:37 AM   #23
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I carry my G29 (same size as G30) in a N82 Original. I did not opt for the "Pro" version for several reasons... 1) the original is $30 cheaper. 2) the Pro can't be used in the small of the back, which I find conceals this gun well on me. 3) the original can be used with my G27 or even G23, as well as my G29. The G29/30 slide is thicker than the others so the Pro is not a one size fits all since its molded. 4) the Original can be used with my other compact guns since it's not molded. 5) no "twist" to unlock the gun, which I've always feared might be an issue in a panic situation.

Great holster. The only real downside I see to the Original is it collapses w/o the gun so reholstering is a little more tricky.

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I carry my 30sf in any of these holsters in pic.

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Old 05-27-2013, 03:47 PM   #25
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I carry my G29 (same size as G30) in a N82 Original. I did not opt for the "Pro" version for several reasons... 1) the original is $30 cheaper. 2) the Pro can't be used in the small of the back, which I find conceals this gun well on me. 3) the original can be used with my G27 or even G23, as well as my G29. The G29/30 slide is thicker than the others so the Pro is not a one size fits all since its molded. 4) the Original can be used with my other compact guns since it's not molded. 5) no "twist" to unlock the gun, which I've always feared might be an issue in a panic situation.

Great holster. The only real downside I see to the Original is it collapses w/o the gun so reholstering is a little more tricky.
I also went original.i push top of slide all the way to one side then it slides right in no big deal its extremely comfortable
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