A good holster for kel tec pf9

A good holster for kel tec pf9

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    A good holster for kel tec pf9

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    We make several model holsters for your Kel Tec PF9. Our Silent Thunder holsters have received rave reviews from several sources, including SWAT magazine. Check us out. http://www.giholsters.com Current delivery time is 2 weeks.
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    When I had a PF9 I used a crossbreed mini tuck and I tell you what I fell asleep with it on more times than not, with the keltec being so small and light and the crossbreed being as a comfortable as a down quilt you would forget you were carrying it. Too bad PF9 and I didn't get along it was the best and easiest weapon to conceal.
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    I just got a holster for mine and it is great. here is the link to the maker. http://www.haydengunleather.com/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adkjoe View Post
    When I had a PF9 I used a crossbreed mini tuck and I tell you what I fell asleep with it on more times than not, with the keltec being so small and light and the crossbreed being as a comfortable as a down quilt you would forget you were carrying it. Too bad PF9 and I didn't get along it was the best and easiest weapon to conceal.
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    For larger guns, I prefer all leather (or horsehide) from Ken Null, Kramer, Ritchie, TT Gunleather or R Grizzle. For smaller guns like the PF9, I like kydex or hybrids. You might want to check out the Garrett Silent Thunder IWB holster or SHTF Gear's ACE hybrid holster. They are both very nice for IWB carry. I no longer have a PF9, but I use these holsters for similiar sized guns like the LC9, P928and P290.
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    I use a Remora no clip holster for my Glock, I just ordered one for my PF-9. They are versatile, and comfortable, and you do not need wear a belt.

    The PF-9 uses a Remora #4 Holster

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