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Like the title says, I'm looking for a holster. Specifics are for the Glock 19, something that can be worn outside the waistband on the belt, either right hand draw or cross draw capable, ideally under $100.Although I'm not opposed to a thigh holster if it's the best option.

Blackhawk Serpa holster is no good because of concerns over the risk of accidental discharge when improperly manipulating the release lever near the trigger. And a number of a police officers who have them have reported that the Safariland holsters with the thumb release lever near the top damage the factory polymer sights unless the gun is holstered without the utmost care.
I am a big fan of the Bianchi Holsters and use them for my handguns.
http://www.safariland.com/our-brands/bianchi/
 

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Their model 56 holster looks pretty good for the intended purpose. Not sure about cross draw though.
I really don't work for Bianchi but I have the 5BHL for my Redhawk, the 111 Cyclone for my 1911A1 and #7 Shadow II for my Taurus PT145 PRO.
Looking at one of their thigh set ups for my CZ.
 

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Alright so I finally got a holster for my Glock, it's made by Federal Holsterworks, the same company that made the holster for my Bersa Thunder. Not a concealed carry option by any measure unless the weather's really cold, but it comes with an extra magazine pouch, a retention strap that's fairly stiff enough to not get in the way when reholstering, and it has a belt clip with an upturned hook that makes it more difficult to remove from the belt through an unconscious action.
That extra magazine pouch would be a good feature.
It is my sincere hope that you never NEED it or any other of your firearms. But it is very good to be prepared to use it/them.
 
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