Concealment Express IWB KYDEX Holster: fits Taurus 111 140 Millennium G2 – Custom Molded Fit – Made in USA – Inside Waistband Concealed Carry Holster – Adjustable Cant & Retention


PLEASE VERIFY YOUR COLOR & HAND SELECTION! Concealment Express Inside the Waistband (IWB) Concealed Carry Holsters are designed and built in the USA using only top quality components and with functionality and comfort in mind. Our holsters are specifically molded to each gun model for that perfect, custom fit. They are designed to be worn inside the waistband with a belt and with an un-tucked shirt to properly conceal the weapon. The material is .08î KYDEX, which is thick enough to maintain its

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  1. Joe D. Johnson says:
    25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Formed to Fit, May 25, 2016
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    It is a perfect fit for my Taurus G2. It is light weight, slim and still sturdy. I like the way the gun snaps into the holster. You know it is locked in yet not difficult to pull out when needed. I like the way you can adjust both the tension and camber. Perfect for me.
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  2. Stevie G says:
    23 of 23 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    AWESOME holster, August 28, 2016
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    This holster is AWESOME. It feels great, holds my weapon very well, and feels very durable. I’m very happy with my purchase.

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  3. jhundley3017 says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Minor adjustments, big improvement, March 6, 2017
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    Ok, so here is the deal, I really like this holster, especially since I did a little bit of modifying. I am 6′ and 190Lb. and wanted a holster that I could wear appendix. When the holster came, I tried and it was not happening. It may work for someone who wears their pants up really high, but not for me, so I tried a number of other options. A belly band, buying my own kydex, reading, watching videos etc.
    Everyone I heard blamed the affordability of the holster, but there is no way I am paying $100 bucks to holster a $280 gun. The end result was that this holster looked a lot like what I was trying to make, but did not do what I wanted it to do. So, with a few minor adjustments, I modified this thing into the most comfortable AIWB holster I have ever worn. I can sit and stand without it digging in anywhere, I can bend over and tie my shoes without crying, and I can comfortably wear just a t-shirt without it printing, and for the first time in my ccw life, I actually forgot I had the thing on me.
    So, if you are like me, and like the price, can use a drill, and are willing to do just 10 minutes of work on this thing to make it stand up to any other holster on the market, I have attached some pics to show you what worked for me.
    1. I drilled some more holes for the belt clip. In fact, I just took the drill and made a long vertical groove, so that I can loosen and move the belt clip as far down toward the barrel of the gun as possible without scratching the slide of the gun with the screw backings. If you are wanting to carry Appendix, this is the first and possibly the only mod you might have to make on this product. However, I wanted the best, so I kept going.
    2. Switch out the rubber insert that adjusts the trigger retention with one of the inserts on the belt clip. Many people on the forums say you need to tighten down the trigger retention anyways, I like my retention pretty tight, and if you add the thick rubber insert to the correct screw, it will push the butt of the gun just slightly towards your body, reducing printing.
    3. take some sandpaper (or a belt sander) and sand down the excess kydex that is just off of the front sight. If you are going to carry appendix, any and all pointy things have potential for discomfort. Also, sanding down all of the edges just a little bit, goes a long way with this holster.
    4. take a bit of kydex, or aluminum, or whatever and make yourself a raven’s claw. This is simply a small curved part of kydex or whatever that will push against the inside of your belt and keep the butt of the gun close to your body. I mention this one last because it is very much a personal preference thing. Where I find it comfortable, and helping with concealment, means others would disagree. If you do this, just drill a hole so that it can be attached to the trigger retention screw.

    So why 5 stars if I have to do all of this stuff? because of the price and because all of this stuff is super easy to do! get off your keister and do it!
    thanks for reading!

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