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If you like kydex, then talk to Gregg at Comp-Tac.com. I use a x-draw for my Ultra Carry when I'm driving any distances. It just slips onto the belt and away I go. The gun is held in place nicely with tension adjustment screws and "clicks" into place. For me its the perfect holster for this specialized application.
 

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Alessi's DOJ is a superb rendition of Bruce Nelson's #1 Professional...a straight-drop holster that can be used strongside or crossdraw. www.rfholsters.com

The #55BN from Milt Sparks is another superb version of Nelson's classic. It can be had with a straight-drop, like Alessi's DOJ, or for dedicated cross-draw use, it can be ordered with a slight muzzle-forward rake. The Sparks "NLG" is a slightly modernized Nelson #1. It can be ordered straight-drop or muzzle-forward too. www.miltsparks.com

Ron Graham offers his "Nevada" cross-draw...a dedicated cross-draw rig. www.grahamscustomgunleather.bigstep.com

Mark Waldon's QTX should makes anyone's short list of cross-draw holsters. www.waldonholsters.com

My old friend Mike Benedict bends kydex holsters one at a time. He could probably provide a crossdraw version of one of his fine offerings. www.talontactical.com

Rosco

[This message has been edited by Rosco Benson (edited 10-21-2001).]
 
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