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Old 04-06-2014, 06:03 AM   #1
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Need some holsters to look at for my m&p 9c.. I was thinking about going with a kydex to start off with?

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Old 04-06-2014, 04:49 PM   #2
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This is the only IWB holsters I will buy. This is the N82 pro version. These are sooooooo comfortable.imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1396802913.024278.jpgimageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1396802938.671724.jpg

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I second that on the N82. I will not buy any other IWB holster. Sturdy, well out together, and as comfortable as you can get.


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I have an Old Faithful holster. You can buy a kit from them that you assemble yourself. Saves about $30-40.

They have a good warranty too. Very comfortable holster. Its an IWB kydex / leather hybrid.

Another thing I like about it is the belt clips are on either side of the kydex. Thus, distributing the weight evenly and making for a slimmer profile.

If N8 squared made one with belt clips on the side, I would consider that one. But the fact that ous on the kydex shell itself makes me think it would be wider. I have no experience with N8 squared though.

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My wife and I use a comp-tac minotaur neutral for our cc pistols as they are very adjustable. But they also have a lower price iwb .
Garrett holsters have some interesting designs . If I was buying today I would have to try there Fusion models.

http://www.comp-tac.com/catalog.php?cPath=28
http://www.giholsters.com/concealed-carry-iwb-and-owb/

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http://www.ritchieholsters.com/catalog/p-100015/fatboy

i use this one. its pretty good. rides at a nice angle. and is pretty comfortable.. however its the only one i have tried so far so i cant make an even comparison to any other brands. but this works for me.
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I use a Comp-Tac Minataur appendix carry (http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=114). Very comfortable...unless you're sitting.

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Anotherhenrybowman I sit and drive with mine carried at a 2:00 2:10 location. I don't have the luck of being a slender guy ether. I adjust my holster to set high and with a rear can't so a handguns grip will parallel my belt. Shirts don't hang or show on it. Works great. Oh I did cut off the extra leather below the bottom stitching . Bottom of holster sits just above my leg when sitting.
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The Crossbreed holsters have served me very well also, another option to check out and I have a Galco IWB for 1911 models that is very nice as well.

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I have the AlienGear - exactly (and I mean exactly) like the Old Faithful model but about $10.00 cheaper and assembled.

The AlienGear is very comfortable and allows the gun to set a little deeper which makes it easy to conceal. It is tuckable but a little awkward to get tucked just right. Practice does help.

I also have a Blade-Tech Revolution that came with the M&P Range kit. I don't like the way the gun sits with the belt attachment...grip heal sticks out too far and wobbles. I bought a Paddle attachment accessory but it didn't help much. So I ordered a Gould 3-slot pancake OWB and DeSantis Sof-tuck IWB (should arrive Fri 4/11). I'm on my way to a box of holsters

I keep going back to the AlienGear - it is my favorite.

Enjoy your search.
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