They do an excellent pocket holster.
This is a discussion on High Noon Holster - Pocket w/Kahr PM-9 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I love this pocket holster, thanks High Noon......
I love this pocket holster, thanks High Noon...
Good pictures. Looks like a pretty nice pocket carry holster.
I'm a High Noon fan, great product, service and prices. That reminds me, I need a few pocket holsters from them.
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I ordered a OWB holster as well, that should be coming in a few weeks... :)
Thanks for the photo, I've been considering that holster for the same gun and was not happy with the website pictures. Helps with my purchase decision.
I think, but am not sure you missed the real Pocket Grabber Page. You may have gotten to only here http://highnoonholsters.com/Product_..._holsters.html Instead of clicking the Pocket Grabber picture and going here http://highnoonholsters.com/Product_...t_grabber.html
Did not miss the page you referenced; I wanted to see what the Kahr specific holster looked like, and what the Kahr looked like in the holster. The page you provided shows a LCP; the OP shows the Kahr.
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Question--does the holster do a decent job of breaking up the outline of the pistol when sitting down? It doesn't appear that it does, at least to my eyes...
I carry a J Frame 642 in the pocket every day, and the combination of the rounded shape of the revolver and the pocket holsters break up the outline very well. I realize the little Kahr is thinner than a J Frame at the cylinder and that offers certain advantages, but it looks like it would still print like a semiauto pistol when in that holster.
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Also, under the pricing of the holster on that same page, you have all the different views of the gun in holster, under Design Variations we show you the different designs depending on the gun.
I know you missed this 2 times on the same page and in an effort to help other customers out, any suggestions on how we could better get this point across.
You know when we put the pages together we are doing it from a different standpoint then what a customer may be looking for. We know our site inside and out, sometimes we can become to familiar with what we are doing to be helpful to the customer. So if there is anything you can think of to help us tweak that page, we would appreciate it.
If thats not the problem please explain, the best ideas come from customers.
Last edited by High Noon; January 30th, 2011 at 06:30 PM.