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How do you carry your Ruger SR9c???

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Old 09-09-2011, 02:42 PM   #1
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Default How do you carry your Ruger SR9c???

How do you carry your Ruger SR9c??? Looking for options and opinions.
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Old 09-09-2011, 03:59 PM   #2
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I am a big fan of IWB for a small of your back carry. Although in winter a jacket and fobus paddle would be all I need.
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I don't have a SR9 but you won't do better than a Tommy Theis holster for IWB carry. Custom IWB Holsters

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I just got a Remora clip-less holster with sweat shield for my SR9c a few days ago. I've been wearing it for at least 14 hours a day (one day included 3-4 hours of yardwork). It's been much more comfortable that I expected. Because there's no clip, you can adjust the cant to anything you like. It doesn't require a heavy gun belt, I'm wearing a well-worn and well-broken-in belt that I've been wearing for a few years. The holster DOES NOT MOVE. The gun is secure and the holster is comfortable. I may have FINALLY found the right holster !!!
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I carry mine in a Fobus paddle holster, but I'm working on getting a Don Hume for OWB.
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I gotta go with Crane on this one as I do not have a SR9C, but every one of my carry weapons have a holster very similar to the Tommy Theis holster. Mine are home made and very comfortable, secure the weapon without question, and are easily concealed.
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Old 09-22-2011, 04:07 AM   #7
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Check out Crossbreeds new Snap Slide OWB holsters, I just got one for my XD40 pistol & its great for $45.00
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Old 09-23-2011, 01:12 PM   #8
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I ued a Kholster for my Kahr and just ordered another yesterday for my SR9c. Very comfortable with lots of cant/depth options
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