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I've been carrying my XDs 45 in a Tolon IWB holster for about 4 months now and have found it to be comfortable and it holds the pistol in a good position on my hip .
The draw is very smooth for a IWB and it's not showing any wear so far.
I'm left handed so here's a pic from the clip side.

 

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+1 lefties

I just got my xds, and am planning on it being my first carry. I like the holster and thank you for sharing. If I may inquire as to your build, I would appreciate it. You said it was not really showing and am curious if I can work with it. I am about 5-9, $1.80, and wear jeans and button ups mostly.
 

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+1 lefties

I just got my xds, and am planning on it being my first carry. I like the holster and thank you for sharing. If I may inquire as to your build, I would appreciate it. You said it was not really showing and am curious if I can work with it. I am about 5-9, $1.80, and wear jeans and button ups mostly.
6 ft 1 in and 218 lbs as of this morning.
 

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You bet I do. My XDs is residing in it until I send it back for recall.
It is a good holster.
 

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yeah , seems solid - i been picking up a TON of OT - my 2nd baby boy is due soon - so no range time for my xds - think i should wipe her down one time - just to make sure ?
 

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3Tango you copy??

did you oil it down holster at all?? this is my 1st black holster -

rest i usually have the natural tan
 

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3tango you copy? Did your metal clip extend that far? now that i think about it , i think it was intentional and since i am a lefty like you , im finding 9 o clock semi comfy.

are you doing the sock thing?
 

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Been busy lately so I'm a little behind.

No, your clip is not right, it's sprung.
Look how flat mine is.
Also I don't use a sock as I want the gun to mold to the leather and I did put leather dressing on the out and inside to help mold the gun/ holster.

 

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I would ask Talon for another clip and send a pic.
They are easy to install.
 

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Been busy lately so I'm a little behind.

No, your clip is not right, it's sprung.
Look how flat mine is.
Also I don't use a sock as I want the gun to mold to the leather and I did put leather dressing on the out and inside to help mold the gun/ holster.

Yeah , I called "Dana" advised me the guy that made them found out the clips were not made in the USA - so they found an American Made one - and will be sending me a new one - Other than that - I like it

i knew something was not right when i sat down and felt it come loose - what type of leather dressing you use? I was going to use baseball oil -- but i want to use what the Pro's use - !!

thank you 3T
 

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Not sure what the pro's use.

Any quality leather dressing is acceptable and needs to be applied every other day inside and out for about a week. Leave the pistol in it after each application so it form fits.
It's a well made holster and should last for a long time.
 

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Not sure what the pro's use.

Any quality leather dressing is acceptable and needs to be applied every other day inside and out for about a week. Leave the pistol in it after each application so it form fits.
It's a well made holster and should last for a long time.

i copy thank you :popcorn:
 
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