kel tec pf9 holsters

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    kel tec pf9 holsters

    a desantis nemasis works for me what works for you post some pics please

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    What works for me is a Remora IWB clipless. It is easy to position in any position you want at any angle you like and it stays put. I'll take a pick and post in a moment.
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    Thin leather pocket holster that a local leather worked made...
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    Here's a pic,

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    i have 2
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    I have a comp-tac 2 o'clock and a tucker gunleather pancake holster lightly used if anyone is interested. Sold my pf9.

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    Sorry to hijack your thread...both holsters worked great with the pf9. The tucker worn at 3:30 to 4 o'clock was concealable under a tshirt.

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    The Crossbreed QwikClip is my choice for carry at home & elsewhere.




    The Bianchi Model 100 Professional (19228) is a darn fine backup.

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    I've recently used a Desantis Soft Tuck a few times,found about 4 o'clock with slight fwd cant to be the most comfortable so far.It hides really well with shirt tucked or not tucked.Also have a nylon Pro Tech for OWB with a jacket.

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    Made my own pocket holster.
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    Quote Originally Posted by accessbob View Post
    What works for me is a Remora IWB clipless. It is easy to position in any position you want at any angle you like and it stays put. I'll take a pick and post in a moment.

    My wife typically carries her PF 9 in a holster purse, in the pocket in the Remora, but has carried a little IWB with the Remora, too. I borrowed to try with my P11...the things really work. Was a little surprised, but stayed put with normal activity.

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    cool options thanks for replying

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    I use a Crossbreed MiniTuck for my PF-9.
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    clipdraw and a mic holster.


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