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I have one, it's a nice quality holster. I try not to ankle carry unless it's a backup to my main, or if my clothing provides no other option. I don't see how I could quickly draw if needed.
As far as the holster, if you have bigger calfs, or want to wear it over a boot, you'll need the extension, it's a tight fit.
 

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I used to ankle carry at work with my 26 when I had one. I had a renegade cozy partner which I think is a great holster.
 

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Didn't work for me with a Glock 27. Uncomfortable, heavy, didn't conceal well. I used it about a week as my BUG on duty. Carried a J frame airweight .38 for years before and after trying the Glock. I did wear over boot. Had to pull pant leg back down every time I exited patrol car.
 

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Yup, carried my Bersa Thunder .380 in an ankle holster and my S&W 340PD J-frame also. A glock 26/27 just seems a wee too big for ankle carry.
 

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Anybody worn the Galco Ankle Glove for the Glock 26/27? Or ankle carried in general?
I use the Ankle Glove to carry my BUG, not as primary carry option due to ease of access issues. I have Ankle Gloves for both my 26 and my S&W 642...The 26 is bulkier, but comfortable nonetheless...
 

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I have a ankle rig that I use once every few months, it serves it's purpose but I have to wear two socks on the left foot. I never have gotten used to the gun there, just feels wrong for me.
 
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