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    And if you think the Fobus is good, wait till you try a "real" kydex holster! I moved up from a Fobus to a BladeTech. If you like the Fobus, you'll love the Bladetech. They are pricey, but excellent. The paddles conceal amazingly well.

    Sorry for the weird photo of the holster....I took it for a "whats on your person as you type this" thread on another forum.



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    Wrap it in bacon and it tastes great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatAz View Post
    Wrap it in bacon and it tastes great.
    Hummmmmm....Bacon wrapped crow with cheese and special sauce.....let's hope there is nobody associated with McDonald's or Hardee's on this forum......
    There are two types of people who carry concealed weapons...Responsible ones and Irresponsible ones...which are you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    In a previous post I was seeking an OWB holster for my LCP. I indicated I was not looking for any Kydex "crap"..... PS..this word was used due to things I had been told about Kydex holsters. I had never had one personally.

    I have a beautiful Mitch Rosen for my LC9 Attachment 65107

    Here is my new Fobus paddle (yes kydex) for my LCP. I absolutely love it. Attachment 65108.

    I know..entry level cheap holster but I absolutely love it for the LCP. So to those of you I offended my apology.
    To Kydex: I judged you unfairly..to you my apology.
    I assumed you were just trying to be funny. No apology needed. If you want to look at a really nice leather lined kydex holster check this out. Kydex and Leather Holster | Concealed and Tuckable | The Silent Thunder IWB Holster I have two of them for my Ruger SR9c and LC9. And they only take about three weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dben002 View Post
    In a previous post I was seeking an OWB holster for my LCP. I indicated I was not looking for any Kydex "crap"..... PS..this word was used due to things I had been told about Kydex holsters. I had never had one personally.

    I have a beautiful Mitch Rosen for my LC9 Attachment 65107

    Here is my new Fobus paddle (yes kydex) for my LCP. I absolutely love it. Attachment 65108.

    I know..entry level cheap holster but I absolutely love it for the LCP. So to those of you I offended my apology.
    To Kydex: I judged you unfairly..to you my apology.
    I assumed you were just trying to be funny. No apology needed. If you want to look at a really nice leather lined kydex holster check this out. Kydex and Leather Holster | Concealed and Tuckable | The Silent Thunder IWB Holster I have two of them for my Ruger SR9c and LC9. And they only take about three weeks.

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