HK45C, APO/Red Dot (RMR20), TLR7, and Kaluban Cloak holster. UPDATE
After my previous post:
I was contacted by the owner of Kaluban Cloak. He saw my home heat-gun and hack saw work on my original Kaluban Cloak holster, and he offered build a holster that met my needs with the attachments on my HK45C; TLR7 and my slide milled by APO for an RMR2. I prefer to carry my gun IWB at 3 o’clock. I also carry my spare mags (2 mags), handcuffs, and a , and a 20rnd riffle mag IWB. (Kaluban doesn’t/didn’t currently offer a handcuff case, I picked one up on Amazon and added Kaluban Cloak IWB snapping belt loops). I use KC’s snapping belt hoops to attach my IWB gear to my belt, the no longer in production HTC concealed carry pistol belt.
While talking with the owner, a super friendly guy, I told him of my preference for all/most of my work EDC to be IWB, he mentioned a new pad he was mounting to his equipment. I wound up ordering a new dual mag holder and rifle mag holder with the backer pad. The holster for my rather unique handgun set up also had the padded backer.
I attempted to send one of
‘s TLR7/8 HK45C locking pieces to him, but the post office chose to send it back to me for reasons only known to the USPS?
In very short order, I received the new gear. I’ve been wearing it daily to work since early December. Again, the quality of Kaluban Cloak top shelf. I prefer KC over Raven and other kydex gear I’ve tried. I know some will question my decision to IWB everything but my flashlight (SureFire), but for my assignment and the gear I wear concealed, IWB suits me best. The retention and comfort of the holster and mag holders is great.
the customer service with KC is of the best I’ve ever encountered.
So, how I wear my gear. As mentioned my holster is at 3 o’clock, with my rifle magazine behind it. My flashlight is about 11 o’clock. My flashlight is on an OWB pouch made by www.snakeeaterractical.com. My spare handgun mags are at 9—10 o’clock, with my cuffs behind the handgun mag holder.
I forgot to mention, the mold KC has for the HK45C with the TLR7/8, will also accommodate the newer models/switches (TLR7/8A).
Here are some pics:
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The spare handgun mags are full-size HK45 mags with the HKPARTS +3 extensions.
I previously posted a review of my experiences with various HK45 mag extensions here: