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They look really sweet.
I've had one on order now for about 7 weeks, can't wait to see it.
It's actually for a Compact.
Lou Alessi and Milt Sparks both make them.
The only question for me was whether I wanted a reinforced mouth.
I was oscillating between the WSDT and the VMII for this reason.
The Watch Six is thinner, so that one out.

...and that's all I got t'say about that.
 

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Mine's been on order for a bit, too. Can't wait to get it!

I also tried to weigh the pro's and con's of the reinforced opening. I'll give the Watch Six a shot. If it doesn't work (which I doubt) I'll step up to the Versa Max II.
 

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Thats exactly why I picked it over the versamax, I'm looking for max concealability so thin is good for me
 

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I've been using my Watch Six for 2 weeks.
It carries my Kimber Gold Combat very well.
I have not had any problems not having a
reinforced top so far. It seems rigid enough
after drawing and reholstering several times.
But that's me...I have a Mitch Rosen ARG and a Galco Royal Guard (both IWBs) for
my duty glock, but I must say, the Milt
Sparks watch six (and I'm sure the VMII) has
got to be THE BEST IWB i've ever used. It's
the most comfortable, stable, and most importantly, the most concealable! And I'm only 5'4"/130 lbs.. My 1911 disappears easily under a loose shirt or light coat.
I love it. It's the best for me!
 

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I have one for my Ultra Elite and love it. The gun seems to disappear in my waistband, it never moves an inch and is comfortable for hours. Had to wait A LONG TIME for the holster to arrive but am glad I did.
 
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