Kel Tec P11 holster

Kel Tec P11 holster

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    Kel Tec P11 holster

    I have a XD 9mm that I carry in a Crossbreed supertuck and am about to purchase a keltec p11.

    Should I look into the minituck for the p11? Small of the back holster?

    Getting the p11 just to be a lighter and easily concealed under a t shirt.

    Whatcha recommend?


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    How about a Galco M5X paddle holster. Light weight and just slip it on, even with running pants. If you don't like paddle holsters, then how about a Don Hume J.I.T. slide? Very inexpensive, but a great little holster. I use one for PM9 all the time, also my Ruger LCR.
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    When I got my P11 I got two holsters from Triple K Manufacturing in California ~ an IWB and a small of the back holster. Custom made to fit the P11 and took about 6 weeks to get.

    I use the IWB in appendix carry virtually all the time and may use the other this winter while wearing a jacket. The IWB was $35 and the Small of the back $56 (plus shipping).
    You can also get a Form fitted Don Hume IWB for about $34 plus shipping.

    I got my Triple K holsters from the Cowboy and Shooter's Supply in Ohio. You might want to check 'em out.
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    We're old so we can get away with that.

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    I'm an IWB/SOB fan, and the 'palm out' draw is a reliable way to produce a weapon when needed.
    I have over six of these for various weapons. I wear them over the kidney, not the spine.
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    Does anyone have a picture of a JIT in use? the standard photos don't show me much.

    Are there two belt loops? or only one?

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