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Old 05-14-2014, 10:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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T8 holster recommendations

I just got my first Tiberius pistol, a T8, and was wondering what type of leg or hip holster you other owners might recommend for me? I have a vest I run sometimes if I have anything being fed by remote line with a suitable holster on the front, but I was looking for something for either my hip or leg to carry when I decide to run remote-less. I also have 4 mags for it, but I'm not as concerned about carrying backups unless I can find something suitable for a decent price also. My previous pistol-carrying experience was with a splatmaster, so semi pistols are new to me. Help me out!

Any suggestions? I would prefer to not spend a fortune on one, as my paintball funds are very low currently(new baby just arrived).
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I've ran a T8 with a UMS compensator for the last year and have just been using the regular Tiberius drop leg holster. It works great and is easy to find now a days.



Also the 3 magazine holster Tiberius sells is very good.


My pistol rig has for the last year has been a Tiberius right hand drop leg holster and 3 magazine drop leg, a WTF 3 magazine molle pouch, and a WTF 12 gram pouch. It works very well for me.
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I have the Tiberius nylon fabric holster and a CQB holster(now sold by Tiberius). The CQB holster is head and shoulders above it's fabric counterpart. I heartily recommend it.
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Not a fan of the CQB holster personally after reviewing that one. I like the drop leg style a little more. Thanks for the info guys!

Out of curiosity, has anyone tried the shoulder holsters with a tiberius pistol? It seems like fun, but like it might also be very uncomfortable being so bulky and right under your arm.
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I would ask around to try out people's rigs. I personally can't stand the tiberius holster or any drop leg holsters. Try running with one; the pistol flops around and gets caught on things. I would consider using the mag holder if it doesn't wiggle around.

I use the stock holster for an AGD sydarm on a belt.
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Not a fan of the CQB holster personally after reviewing that one. I like the drop leg style a little more. Thanks for the info guys!

Out of curiosity, has anyone tried the shoulder holsters with a tiberius pistol? It seems like fun, but like it might also be very uncomfortable being so bulky and right under your arm.
I have. In fact, I modded mine to be left handed. It's the UTG one for large frame autos. Was about $22 on ebay.

I've had a couple of leg holsters that I've liked in the past but unfortunately I can't remember who made them. They've all been real steel holsters.
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I have. In fact, I modded mine to be left handed. It's the UTG one for large frame autos. Was about $22 on ebay.

I've had a couple of leg holsters that I've liked in the past but unfortunately I can't remember who made them. They've all been real steel holsters.
Was the shoulder holster comfortable? It looks more like some fun bad-assery rather than actually being useful.
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I think the shoulder holster can be comfortable enough... you definitely know it's there and you can't tuck your arm in as much with it.



What are you using while it's holstered?

With this setup I have the lever action on my upper back, a right handed holster(under my left elbow) and a left handed holster in the small of my back.

With my forward (left) arm on the front of the lever action I don't even notice the shoulder holster. But if you use a pump you will bump it when you cycle. I've used it fine that way. But it could bother some people.
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More than likely I will be using my Longbow mag. It will either be that or a mag pistol that I will swap out with the T8 once it runs out of rounds.

I am pretty skinny too, so the shoulder holster concerns me there too as I am not sure i can manage with my dangly arms all over the place, haha. The more I keep looking, the more I feel like I should holster the T8 on my left ribs in my vest with the extra mags on my right ribs. Now I just need to convince myself I want to buy more stuff from rap4.

I still want to have something for my hip though so the search may continue if the vest doesn't work out like I am imagining. We shall see!

Thanks everyone for the input up to this point. I appreciate it!
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