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    Corporal
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    Anyone use Vedders for IWB carry? Id appreciate your opinion on their holster.
    Thanks,
    jim
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    When I was in NY, I used Alien Gear, was quite happy with it. Since I moved to Florida, and wear lighter and less clothing, I have switched to a Vedder Lighttuck Kydex IWB. I also switched from carrying behind to appendix carry.

    It took a little getting used to.

    The holster itself is minimalist, conceals nicely and is very good quality. It was a good decision to switch, IMHO.

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    Have a bedder for lcp2 and love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jdl2 View Post
    Anyone use Vedders for IWB carry? I’d appreciate your opinion on their holster.
    Thanks,
    jim
    Vedder Light Tuck is great IMO. Comfortable, concealment is great when I need to tuck in my shirt. Re holstering is fast and easy.

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    Carry Sig P320 Subcompact in a Vedder Light Tuck

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    I use Vedder light tuck for my p365. Going strong for about a 1-1 1/2 years. I carry appendix regularly but spent a month or two carrying at 3-4 o'clock this summer with the same holster. I do a lot of driving now for work though and I find appendix with a small gun more comfortable in the car.

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