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Old 04-23-2014, 01:34 AM   #21
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I agree with JW - that is a good looking hybrid.

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It's really very comfortable and positions well. Soft and flexible leather and neoprene, and comfy against bare skin or an undershirt. Kydex mold positively retained the gun, but allows for an easy draw. There are a few previews on the web as it was just was released at SHOT.

I emailed them back and forth a couple of times as the RAMI is not a common mold. He went out of his way to contact CZ directly and confirmed the P-01 mold would fit. It did take a little while to have it completed, but well worth the wait. Being in Illinois, CC is new for us. But I was wearing the N82 around the house for several weeks to get the feel for it and positioning, as well as working on the draw. It really was an instant difference putting on the Kinetic, both in comfort and positioning. I think it's well worth giving them a shot.

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Old 04-30-2014, 05:47 AM   #23
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For a full size gun, try the High Noon Holsters Down Under, shown here with a full size CZ SP-01 Phantom.



http://www.highnoonholsters.com/

Using the High Noon Rock Steady gun belt, that rig hides even a big gun like the Phantom under a t-shirt.

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I have worn many types and makes of holster over my 30 years of carrying, and I like this DeSantis "Tuck This" the best of them all. It is extremely comfortable, presents well, draws clean, and keeps my pistol "concealed" even on my skinny frame.
I have worn this holster every day, all day for more than 6 years and it is still in great shape, gotta love that ballistic nylon.

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Do you guys have to buy a bigger size waist for your pants? I'm new to this so I'm just trying to find out all I can. Thanks to everyone for your input and help.

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Do you guys have to buy a bigger size waist for your pants? I'm new to this so I'm just trying to find out all I can. Thanks to everyone for your input and help.
If you carry a double stack gun or full size single stack like a 1911 buy the next size up. If you usually have a little room you could probably sneak a compact in them.


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Not unusual from what I've read to have to go up a size depending upon what you're concealing. Mines a subcompact and I just have to loosen the belt. Snug, but comfortable.

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They average holstered gun, takes about 1 to 1.5 inches of waist space! Unless your wear extremely loose pants to start with, I think most people, find they need to move up a waist size to comfortably carry an average size gun. And In some cases bigger/longer shirts. That's what makes the small single stack 9mm and 380s so popular! The bigger the gun the more effort it takes to conceal, even with a good holster, proper clothing becomes an issue, particularly to new CCW people. All things being equal, I would carry a big ole Magnum, instead I carry a small 9mm! That's how much comfort and lifestyle/routine means to me.


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I use a versa carry. It's almost nonexistent and holds my gun perfectly. It's also cheap.


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