Ccw holster for ruger sr9c

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by Jamesmay, Feb 13, 2012.

  1. Jamesmay

    Jamesmay New Member

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    I am looking for a quality holster for my ruger, any suggestions?
     
  2. redfox

    redfox New Member

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    I have the Cleveland holster. Basically it is a leather/kydex IWB holster. I wear it all day at about the 4oclock position comfortably. I think its about $39 plus shipping.
     

  3. jjfuller1

    jjfuller1 New Member

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    following this. i am thinking about getting one soon as well
     
  4. Cattledog

    Cattledog New Member

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    My friend carries the the sr9c, He uses an uncle mikes inside the waistband fabric model...med i think. He swears by it
     
  5. Jamesmay

    Jamesmay New Member

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    Very nice weapon. I would recommend it to anyone.
     
  6. HOSSFLY

    HOSSFLY New Member

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    I dont do IWB-
    I use a simple Don Hume clip on-

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  7. canebrake

    canebrake New Member

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    Tommy Theis without hesitation!

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    Theis Holsters

    I have both the Theis and the Crossbreed. My Xbreed Super Tuck was not securely holding my BHP (failed the up-side-down shake test) and to save $ I got it in cowhide. I need horsehide here in south Florida. It came with the standard metal clips which was ruining my carry belt. (belt cost more than holster!) This Xbreed cost me $69.75 + $8.95 shipping = $78.70

    I started to look for an alternitive. Goju suggested Tommy Theis holsters and the rest, as they say, is history.

    The Theis holster I ordered in horsehide with Kydex jclips was $65 including shipping! It is belt friendly and passes the up-side-down shake test!

    A Supertuck in horsehide and Kydex jclips is $94.75 + $8.95 shipping = $103.70

    The fit and finish of the Theis holster is far and above superior to the Xbreed.
     
  8. redfox

    redfox New Member

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    BTW the cleveland I mentioned is a supertuck knockoff for half the price
     
  9. Tackleberry1

    Tackleberry1 New Member

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    Never fired the SR9 but believe it DA only right? That said I've carried a PM9 in an elastic belly band slung low around the hips for 4 years now and after 16 years of CCW I would say this is the most comfortable and discrete method of carry available because the weight of the gun disappears as it's distributed completely around your hips, it's not attached to your pants so it's not trying to pull them down and it eleviates the problem of conducting a class 2 download in a public RR stall and deciding what to with your gun while your pants are around your ankles. Hang it off the coat hook by the trigger guard? Ballance it on the TP holder? Rest it on the toilet tank, wait, most of those toilets don't have tanks?

    Just tug the whole rig up your mid section a bit and your good to go.

    Tack
     
    Last edited: Feb 17, 2012
  10. jjfuller1

    jjfuller1 New Member

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    i saw a blackhawk holster that said it fit the sr9.. do you think it would allso work for the sr9c?
     
  11. Hmole

    Hmole New Member

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    Stoner holsters makes a iwb model 415 with a body shield.. They take a while to get 3-4 weeks but they are custom made and the boning fits the gun perfectly.. I got mine with a tuckable option and some leather dressing and shipped for $69 total.
     
  12. elfmdl

    elfmdl New Member

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    I have an IWB Blackhawk holster for the sr9c I would not use it where my life may be in danger. The clip tends to slip of the pants
     
  13. Jamesmay

    Jamesmay New Member

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    I ordered the Theis. As soon as it gets here I will use it heavly and report back.
     
  14. redfox

    redfox New Member

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    Yes the Sr9c will work in the Sr9 holster. I have the blackhawk serpa and it works fine for the 9c. It is quite bulky though.