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Old 12-08-2016, 03:11 PM   #1
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Old 12-08-2016, 04:54 PM   #2
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Clinger holster

It's a brand name for a line of kydex holsters. Google Clinger Holster for the web site.

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Old 12-17-2016, 04:24 PM   #3
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If you order prepare to wait a month before it's made and shipped. Mine just shipped on an order placed 11/15. Hope it's worth it.
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If you order prepare to wait a month before it's made and shipped. Mine just shipped on an order placed 11/15. Hope it's worth it.
No plastic holster is worth waiting that long for
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No plastic holster is worth waiting that long for


I have 4 Holsters from them. Love them !
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I have 5 of the stingers model clinger holsters. Good fit for sure and seem to hold up well.
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I've got one for my 229, I like it.
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Ended up returning my no print wonder. Was just too uncomfortable to wear.
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Ben has a nice review:

http://modernselfprotection.com/2017...olster-review/
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Ben sums it up nicely. I have a Clinger Stingray for every pistol I carry from my 938 to my M11A1. I really like the strong cant carried IWB @3:00. The damn things just work.
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I have the "No-Print Wonder" Holster for my P320 compact...really like it.
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I have a Stingray, a No Print Wonder & their discontinued "Atom" holsters for my P320 Compact.

I've also gifted their holsters to friends who own older guns that are sometimes hard to find a IWB holster to fit. Take a look at their list of guns,they have many different guns covered.

The waiting period varies, at the time of this post it was currently 1-2 weeks.
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Old 06-11-2017, 03:05 PM   #13
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I never heard of them, so after reading this post, I looked them up and, well... I just odered one.

I mostly carry a S&W 640 Pro revolver and a S&W 1911ES. I have a leather IWB with a single metal clip for my 640 and its easy to take on and off which i have to do a lot because of my job. I have a comfortable holster for my 1911 too, but it's a Stealthgear and has a clip front and rear and a lot of snag points making it a real PIA to remove and put on. This Clinger Stingray has a single clip and seems like it will be much less of a hassle. So for $46, i figure its worth a try. If I like it, I'll get some for my SIGs too.
Thanks for posting this
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I have one of their Atom's for my P99, very comfortable and excellent fit. The Atoms are only through eBay any more. I spoke with the Clinger guys at NRA and they said that the Atom requires a solid belt as a foundation and too many were returned by folks that tried them with regular dress belts or even standard web belts. I use mine with both a steel core and a good solid bull belt that I've had for over a decade and the holster works just fine with either.
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