Concealment solved..now a whole new problem

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    My problem with the Fobus holster is that it alway sticks out too much for my liking. I like my holsters to ride close to my body.
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    I haven't tried it yet but I have a Theis IWB hybrid on the way to me. I considered the Crossbreed but there were two problems. First the wait is over a month. I'm also not crazy about the crucifix on the belt clips. But the biggest issue is that they don't make one for the gun I want it for (Bersa BP9CC). I emailed to see if it was due for release and was told they have no plans to make one. But I'm sure it's a good holster if they have one for your gun.

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    I love the kydex Infidel from Comp-Tach. It allows me to easily take the whole setup off without the need to take me gun out of the holster. It's also 'clicks' in place and I can flip it upside down and shake it and it still retains the weapon (retention is adjustable). I don't have any issues with it pulling on my clothing no. Inside Waistband Holsters - products new home - The Infidel Holster

    I am 5 foot 8 inches and 145 pounds, with a somewhat athletic build and I do not find it uncomfortable at all. I wear it at about 3 o'clock and it straight up just disappears on me!

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    The OP stated he was going for a Ramora IWB for his LC9. He cannot go wrong with the Ramora
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    Sounds as if the OP is starting his box of holsters collection. As others have said , don't dislike kid ex if you have never tried one.
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    Sounds as if the OP is starting his box of holsters collection. As others have said , don't dislike kydex if you have never tried one.
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    OK...may have to eat some crow here guys.....my Fobus Standard Holster RH Paddle (Kydex) OWB for my LCP came today and I gotta admit I kinda like it. It is tight and the directions do say do not make a slow extraction. So just playing with it now and you really have to extract the weapon as if you mean it for it to come out.

    Now I know it's a cheap entry level holster but for the light and little LCP it seems ok........

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    tear up the finish on your gun and uncomfortable.

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    Gun are metal and Kydex is .. .well not. I don't think its a problem, not that I have seen anyway.

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    SCXDm9....see my previous post.....learning here boss...learning.....
    There are two types of people who carry concealed weapons...Responsible ones and Irresponsible ones...which are you...

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    LC9 or LCP stick em in your pocket with a DeSantis pocket holster

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