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I'm tall, but on the thin side. I've got an Ruger LC9 that I am going to start carrying. I'd prefer to carry on my right side (3 o'clock) in the waistband and looking for the most comfortable, secure holster and one that conceals as much as possible. I live where it's almost always hot and don't want sweat to effect the gun. I've been looking at a KYDEX IWB holster ($65) that's been slimmed down... Does anyone have any better suggestions on holsters (or carrying positions) for my situation? Thanks!
 

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I have a leather iwb holster for my LC9 from Stoner Holsters in Middletown Ohio that fits and works well. I have other holsters from them for other guns. They make nice stuff. They can custom make and have a large variety. They are fairly local for me - I see them at gun shows - so have seen a lot of their things.
 

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I bought a Galco Stow-n-Go for my LC9, a perfect fit. I had to get mine directly from Galco as my LGSs did not have them in stock.
 

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I carry my LC9 in a Crossbreed holster on the right at about 4:00. Very comfortable and even in thin clothing (e.g. T-shirt). The Crossbreed is a bi pricey but worth its weight in gold.
 

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I carry a Keltec pf9 with a crossbreed iwb. With the crossbreed you forget that you even have it on. And fwiw,I live in Alabama where the heat and humidity is not pleasant.
 

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I carryed my LC9 in a Tommy Theis IWB holster. It skweeks when new but after that you wont even know its there. The wait time is getting a little longer now that he is getting more well known but it is worth the wait I think. I do have a crossbreed for one of my other pistols and it is a good holster but I still prefer Tommy's holsters.
 

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Check out old faithful. They have a hybrid iwb that's pretty high quality parts. They sell kits as well to build your own and even mold your own kydex. Made in the USA.
 
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