Kahr PM9 holster suggestions

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    Kahr PM9 holster suggestions

    I recently picked up a Kahr PM9 and I'm looking for holster suggestions. Pocket carry is a possibility. Or a comfortable and thin IWB holster.
    I'm looking for deep concealment that won't be overly dependent on how I'm dressed.
    What do you guys use? Photos would be extremely helpful.

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    i bought a holster off this guy for my PM 9 and wear it with a good gun belt and right now (summer) cargo shorts. i honestley forget i am wearing it. its that comfortable.
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    For pocket carry of my PM9 and LCPs, I use a holster with an anti-print panel and thumb push-off from Hidden Holsters - Expertly Crafted Pocket Holsters. Worth the wait.
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    For pocket carry of my PM9 and LCPs
    Holy ***

    Away from the forum a while, and look what happens! 10thmntn back with a PM9!
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    FIST, Inc.FIST #2 High Ride in ultra thin kydex for belt carry.

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    Thanks guys. Some excellent suggestions so far.

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    PM9 is a great gun. Wish I had held on to mine. We still make holsters for it and the PM9 with CTLG. I used a secret agent for deep concealment with adjustable cant.

    Good luck on your search.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wormtown View Post
    Holy ***

    Away from the forum a while, and look what happens! 10thmntn back with a PM9!
    LOL!

    The full story...

    You all are not going to believe what I just put on lay-a-way
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    High Noon Bare Essentials is a great IWB at a reasonable price. I have them for my CM9, CW45, and SIG P232. Got one for my brother-in-law for his 1911, too.

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    I carry mine in a minituck. Appendix. Comfy and no one can tell....even people who know I carry. They think I am not carrying.
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    I've been trying to find what works for me, with the PM9, for a few months now.

    When I carried the PM9, it's many times pocket-carry, in a D.M.Bullard pocket holster that works very, very well. Off-side, in the other pocket, I carry a spare 7-round magazine, again in their little pocket contraption. It just looks like I have a larger SmartPhone or a wallet in that pocket, nothing more.

    Just this weekend, I took delivery of a Garrett Silent Thunder Slim II, as a part of their KahrTalk Group Buy (I ordered on 6/8, and it was in my mailbox and on my hip by 6/18), and I couldn't be happier. Previously, I had occasionally IWB'ed it in a Galco clip-on which, while it worked, definitely presented the problem of closure-upon-draw as well as a lack of comfort.

    I'd been skeptical of the Silent Thunder (even after Willieboy's recommendation - whom I must thank, BTW! ) as I usually find Kydex to be a bit too "hard" against my skin, but this holster proved exceptionally comfortable. I don't know if it's just the holster, or its combination with a relatively small pistol, but I currently think it's one of the most comfortable setups I have. Carried at my 3-o'clock with as much forward cant as it will give, it virtually disappears under a T-shirt, and what's more, is tremendously comfortable when I'm driving.

    A benefit of this hard holster is that it's easy-on/easy-off. This is now my go-to setup, for when I know I will need to arm/disarm multiple times in the course of the day.

    I've been thinking about getting a Silent Thunder Slim for my true-EDC, an XDm9 3.8 Compact, but I don't know if that pistol's greater mass ans size may allow the STS to move around a little too much, given its single clip. I haven't noticed this problem with my PM9, but it's been something that those with larger (-than true sub-compact) pistols have mentioned, on other Forums.

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