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Doesn't look bad for the price. But a straight drop Avenger prints really badly, & is difficult to draw from, at least for me.
 

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I've used a holster of that design for years. It's a good all around holster, but if concealment is what you're going for it really isn't the best design. Unless you're concealing under a fairly heavy outer garment an IWB or a pancake style will be superior.
 

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I've used a holster of that design for years. It's a good all around holster, but if concealment is what you're going for it really isn't the best design. Unless you're concealing under a fairly heavy outer garment an IWB or a pancake style will be superior.
I'm getting ready to try this style when it arrives, the belt slide I have rides too high for me although it does conceal a govt model nicely.
 

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I do not like the Avenger style as it does not hold the gun in as tight as a pancake. Accordingly, I don't own one, and own several pancake holsters for most of my concealed carry.

The Sparks I-BAK is one of my favorites, and the style I prefer.
Jerry
 

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I have an avenger from a custom guy here in Texas that retired. It is made from some cowhide that has a very soft quality, almost deer skin like. It rides as flat as many a pancake out there. I have another from a cookie cutter production place that is as thick as a cardboard box. All four sides of a cardboard box.
 
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