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    Aliengear Shoulder Holster

    Does anyone have any experience with these? I really like the modularity. I have a few of their holsters and they are pretty good.

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    Not knocking Alien gear, but if your gonna spend the bucks for a shoulder rig IMO, you'll be happier with the Miami Classic from Galco.

    JMO.

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    Not answering your question, and I'm not sure what you want to conceal, but I have been very happy with the simple and small Safariland 7053 7ts-als ("Holsterops.com") shoulder holster for my M&P Shield. Great for the price.

    It has the thumb-catch release (Automatic Locking System). . . and I was initiially cold on that but it has proven to be a happy thing for a shoulder holster as I use one. Frequently in a kayak under a lifejacket or working around the yard and bending over a lot or at the dog park throwing a fetch toy. Secure but fast to release.
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    I recently bought a shoulder holster from Stoner Holsters. A little pricey, but really well made and comfortable. I do have a few AG holsters and all of them have been good. An AG would be a quality item for sure.
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    I just looked at a Miami Classic. It is quite a bit more expensive than the Alien Gear. The modularity is interesting to me. One holster that all I need to do is order another shell to carry another gun. I have until the weather cools here in Illinois to make my decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ghost1958 View Post
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    Not knocking Alien gear, but if your gonna spend the bucks for a shoulder rig IMO, you'll be happier with the Miami Classic from Galco.

    JMO.
    Agree 100%

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