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Old 04-23-2015, 03:12 AM   #1
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I know of some past Threads regarding the Sneaky Peak Holsters.
I ordered one this week for my Kahr MK 9mm. I guess my concern is due to the size which is
5 3/4 X 4 3/8 X 1 1/8. I thought about ordering one instead for my Kahr P-380 but the size was not that much smaller at 5 X 4 1/8 X 1. So decided to go with the one for the 9mm. I know Mercator has one or did have one. But my question is have you found it to be too large or too bulky for comfort? Especially setting.
I am not skinny or small by any means being 5"10 and 225. I am sure if I were smaller it might be even more of an issue. But for those who have one or have had one just wanted your thoughts and input.

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Old 04-23-2015, 03:41 AM   #2
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Did you get the deluxe holster with magazine pockets?
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Sniper- it is a little too large for me. It is neat and comfortable for walking, but it does get in the way of the seat belt buckle. In tight spaces I bumped things occasionally. I am a creature of habit like most of us, also physically smaller than you. On a long hike or stroll the Pete is about ideal. Hopping in and out of the car, or wearing sweatpants often (mine has belt loops) ,I do better carrying IWB or pocket

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I have considered one myself. I have a Kahr CM9. But after researching them I realized there is no way I would believe that it was a cell phone holder if I saw one on somebody else. It is just way too thick. My wife has a huge cell phone. It looks like she is talking into a tablet. But it is very thin. That is why I didn't buy one.
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I bought one for my bodyguard 380, not to big for walking carry, not good for driving everything gets in the way. Biggest issue was that it has no relief for the Lazar switch, any pressure on the box trips on the light. Batteries last a week when carrying in the box. 6 months when in the CrossBreed.
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