This is a discussion on Concealed Carry Options for the PF9 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by Manzanita I've always used a High Noon Bare Asset and the tuckable version, the Split Decision, depending on what shirt I'm wearing. ...
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The PF9 is a small handgun. IWB carry can significantly reduce the ability to get a good grip during the draw.
I would try a good high-ride pancake-style OWB. There won't be much of the holstered handgun exposed below the belt-line, comfort will be much better, and you will be able to grip the weapon properly during the draw.
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Maybe so but I know for me iwb allows a lot more leway on my shirt rideing up.
When I still had mine I carried it with the belt clip attachment and had no problems. Concealment was a breeze and carried it +1 without worrying due to the extremely heavy trigger pull.
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I carry the PF9 just fine in a Mitch Rosen Pocket Softy holster. The PF9 is thin enough to make pocket carry work well, assuming the pocket shape is sufficient for the size (which will depend on your own clothing choices).
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I carry mine in a kholster. It feels great and the gun fit is great. Even better than my dads supertuck.