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Alien Gear ShapeShift Carry Pack

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Hey guys, I am just wondering if anyone has seen or purchased these yet. I have been debating on changing from my regular Kydex IWB to something like this. I really think the different options to carry would be good and I have had some great luck with their other products. My only holdup is they don't have it available for a Glock 20. They do offer the 29 though so I am still considering it. If anyone here has one and has feedback, I would really appreciate it. Thanks!

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I have one and actually really like it. The IWB config is a lot better than their older models. The OWB sits nice and close so easy to conceal under the right shirt. I will say their AIWB is a bit thick for what they were trying to accomplish. I'll still run mine occasionally but I'm also carrying a G43, not a 20 or 29 so if I'm saying it's too thick with a 43, can't think it would be good with either of those. Only used that paddle conversion one time and it was good for a day on my family member's property when we were open carrying anyway. Final thoughts (and have not priced this out). It may be cheaper to get just the IWB and add the OWB expansion then to purchase the actual starter kit. If that's the case, probably would have been what I would have done from the get go as again the AIWB and paddle are almost novelties in my opinion (YMMV). Hope that helps

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On 3/19/2019 at 4:54 PM, MPGlock said:

I have one and actually really like it. The IWB config is a lot better than their older models. The OWB sits nice and close so easy to conceal under the right shirt. I will say their AIWB is a bit thick for what they were trying to accomplish. I'll still run mine occasionally but I'm also carrying a G43, not a 20 or 29 so if I'm saying it's too thick with a 43, can't think it would be good with either of those. Only used that paddle conversion one time and it was good for a day on my family member's property when we were open carrying anyway. Final thoughts (and have not priced this out). It may be cheaper to get just the IWB and add the OWB expansion then to purchase the actual starter kit. If that's the case, probably would have been what I would have done from the get go as again the AIWB and paddle are almost novelties in my opinion (YMMV). Hope that helps

I go back and forth on it. Monkey built me a great piece of metal to store it while driving, but I really want the ability to keep it closer. Right now I simply use a kydex holster and do AIWB with my 29 which is my EDC. It's worked for me for a really long time. But I have lost 30 lbs and I am finding that without the extra padding, it is much easier to spot. The smallest glock I have is a 26 and while I love it and it is great on the range, I really prefer carrying anything in 10mm. I think I am going to bite the bullet and just buy it. If worse comes to worse it can sit with all the other options I have tried. Thank you for the input though, I really appreciate it! I am going with 29 for now since it isn't offered for a 20. But I am on their "wish list" notification for when and if they make it.

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