Looking for Help!!

Looking for Help!!

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    Looking for Help!!

    Hello everyone, i am new to this type of forms. I have read a lot of them in the past to help me pick out my current gun selection. However that this time I need help on making a better chose on a iwb holster. I have been looking on different web-sites but I am uncertain on or if I should place and order. I prefer have word of mouth to make a better chose. I want a small, fitted, leather with room for a side laser on my gun, Ruger LC9.
    All comments will be read. If by any chance you have any web-site that "you" have bought from, please post with contact information...

    Thank you in advance for your post and comments..

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    Crossbreed makes the MiniTuck, which is available for LC9s with Crimson Trace, LaserMax, or LaserLyte. Great service and very comfortable in my experience.

    MiniTuck | Crossbreed Holsters - MiniTuck
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    The minituck is a good option if you have the money. A good word of advise is ensure you maintain retention if you get in a fist fight. If you go down and he sees it next to you because it fell out, you never know..
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    Welcome from Wisconsin!

    At the lower portion of the page is a list of sponsors. Some are holster manufacturers. There are also ads that pop up at the top of the page. That should be a good start along with personal opinions on which holsters are the best. Keep in mind that what works great for one person might not work for you. That's why many have a drawerful of great holsters that just don't quite work out. A lot will depend on your body build, how you want to carry your gun & the clothes you normally wear. You'll probably wind up with several, each to meet the occasion.
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    Welcome. I will defer to others on your question.
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    Welcome from South Carolina...In addition to reading the replies on this thread, you might want to consider going to the "Holster" discussion thread and reading as well...Jus sayin!!!
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    I only use my Remora IWB holster when I carry my LCP. The no-clip design takes some getting used to, but it is well worth it!

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    I'll be another to agree with the Crossbreed Minituck - another option for purchasing one that's much less expensive is Crossbreed Holsters - Second Hand Holsters I've bought from their seconds site twice with no problems and both holsters I got, a mini tuck and a Supertuck were in nearly perfect condition.
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    Check the site below. He does quality work and if you tell him the laser make, he can make the holster to accommodate it.

    JacksonLeatherWork.com
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    Thank you that will be helpful.

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    Welcome from Texas. Lots of good info and people on here. The super tuck seems to be the favorite around here.
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    I use Galco summer comfort for my Glock 27, but not sure if they have any that fit lasers

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