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I have the Glock Combat holster but is it me or do any of you who have the holster have difficulty getting the gun out?
 

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This is understandable if the holster is new. If it is not new, then check the inside for any snag points. I've always used a slight spray of silicone to loosen up a new holster.
 

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I had one for about three days and had the same problems as you. I quickly returned it. I like the holsters, but not the feel. (sorts of speak.)
 

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This is understandable if the holster is new. If it is not new, then check the inside for any snag points. I've always used a slight spray of silicone to loosen up a new holster.
Even to the Glock holster? Its plastic
 

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I carry my Glock in a Blackhawk Serpa holster and haven't had any problems with it. I love the holster, I also have one for my Ruger P95.
 

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Even to the Glock holster? Its plastic
Apologies if this seems irrelevant, because I do not have a factory Glock holster and therefore I may be wrong, but all the other rigid plastic (Kydex, etc) holsters I have seen have a tension adjustment screw.

Perhaps it needs to be loosened for your pistol?

Too tight a holster is not going to be good on your pistol's finish....you get "holster rash". Too loose a holster is (naturally) a bad thing as well.

Hope that helps!

Cheers!
 

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Fathead00 said:
I carry my Glock in a Blackhawk Serpa holster and haven't had any problems with it. I love the holster, I also have one for my Ruger P95.
I own the cqc for my Glock 30. Great holster !!
 
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