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Old 01-19-2020, 10:53 AM
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"Speed" rigs are generally riding too low, are cut too low in front, and are adjustable to a muzzle-forward rake, which is not going to work for IDPA.

A holster designed to the limits of what the rules allow, which is what the Scorpion IDPA holster appears to be, is what a lot of people are using.
Blade-Tech, Comp-Tac - the two most popular brands - make similar stuff.
I used a Blade-Tech for years, but didn't like the (lack of) smell.
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