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Old 10-20-2011, 12:54 AM   #11
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MrWray you got a link buddy??

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Old 10-20-2011, 01:14 AM   #12
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Quite a few sites have them, opticsplanet.com is one or you can go to 5.11tactical.com...opticsplanet has them for 14.99. Black,green,or coyote brown.
You wouldnt regret getting one
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Jeez!!I dropped close to 60 on my crossbreed belt

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Make your own from kydex. All you need is an oven, a 12x12 piece of .93 kydex (thinner is ok but feels a bit flimsy), a plastic bag (2 gal ziplock freezer bag) a vacuum, some tape, an old piece of sheet to wrap around the kydex before it goes into the bag (protect from melting) and a dremel tool. Follow the steps in this video. Easy! And a nice holster for under $30 custom fit to your weapon.

Custom Made Kydex Holster

I also have a Galco IWB holster that's very nice ($35.00!) for my P250 .40
And don't forget the 30 weight motor oil and ball bearings.
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Motor oil and ball bearings? What are you putting together?

As far as the cracking in cold weather, it's Kydex. The same stuff the more expensive holsters are made from. I have an IWB holster so the actual Kydex clip would see very little extreme weather.

It works for me, was an inexpensive option and may work for him.

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As far as the cracking in cold weather, it's Kydex. The same stuff the more expensive holsters are made from. I have an IWB holster so the actual Kydex clip would see very little extreme weather.

It works for me, was an inexpensive option and may work for him.
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You know, I thought that sounded familiar!

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Have you looked at Milt Sparks VMII with the tuckable clips? I am not one to go with out a belt though. Ever holster I own is for a belt. I live here in Az and know how hot it can get during the summer. I wear shorts most of the summer with a light shirt over my VMII.
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I need a good holster for a S&W MP9, for concealed carry. I don't like wearing a belt. Any suggestions?
I recently bought an Uncle Mike's IWB holster.

It is made out of soft, foamy neoprene that makes it padded and quite comfortable. Also has a pretty sturdy clip that will keep a good hold on pants or a belt that makes for a really easy draw
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Vid guy was pushing the eye, ear protection made sure to use gloves but was wearing ...I have no idea what those fugly low rise toe sock things....That caused a near fatal monitor accident.

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