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What is your everyday holster?

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    M&P 9c in an Alabama Holster Company "The Clipper".

    The Clipper Alabama Holster Company - Concealment Products That "Just Plain Work"


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    If Its one of my M&P's, it's a Safariland 18 IWB





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    Glock 23

    I'm using a Galco King Tuk and very rarely a Galco Summer Comfort. I prefer the King Tuk because I can barely feel that the gun is there. The Summer Comfort seems to feel loose to me. I'm looking into more holsters though. What an addiction!!!

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    I have a Ramora tuckable holster that seems to work quite well for me. Here is Ramora untucked and tucked.

    Ramora Untucked Reduced.jpg

    Ramora Tucked2 reduced.jpg


    I also use a King tuc or a Skyops depending on dress and time of year.
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    New HOlster for Shield 9mm

    I have always gone the store bought route when buying holsters,kydex from Fobus or B.H. and that usually means spending $25-$50 dollars.This time I wanted a holster that looked great,functioned excellent and was going to provide all day comfort in the Memphis heat.I also decided that price would not be a factor.

    I took a week or two of researching and reading other peoples feelings on holsters and decided that I would go with the Garrett Industries Silent Thunder Solo.I placed the order,received great communication and received the holster you see in the pictures 3 days ago.I could praise the holster maker and his awesome wife for being professional and great communicators all day long.That`s how great Ron and Sheryl are.I called with a question about mounting options,and received free clips to try out different mounting options.Just Wonderful people to deal with.Its a wonderful holster,Kydex Lined with Herman oak Leather on both interior sides,Medium density water proof foam covered with a pig skin that is so soft,yet holds that holster in place like its glued.What an amazing holster! I finally purchased a holster without wishing for or wanting anything more.
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    I use a Hays Holster for all carry guns. Beretta PX4 .40, Kahr CM9 and LCP




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    TT Gunleather Slim IWB "Mikes Special"
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    If I have to use an IWB holster it's a Milt Sparks VMII, Most comfortable of it's type I've tried. I really prefer OWB though so 90% of the time it's this one from TT Gunleather:
    Elite DDOE Snap Removable Holster

    I've had it for several years and it's so comfortable with my G23 that all day carry is not a problem at all, It conceals very well under a large shirt too. I am considering switching to a G30 and if I do I'll be ordering another of the same model to fit it.

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    For those of you who make your own leather holsters, what kind of sewing machines do you use?

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    I've been pretty lucky with holsters. I don't have that many but the ones I use most are a Galco Royal Guard IWB, and a much older Galco pancake style holster for OWB. Lately with the warmer weather, I have been using a Blackhawk Sportster pocket holster. I got this one @ Walley World for like $10. It is very comfortable, no printing, stays in the pocket every time.

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    Gen-uuu-wine Milt Sparks Summer Special.
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    I open carry everyday. so i have an OWB holster from blackhawk.its a full retention holster in nylon with extra mag pouch and mounts directly to my gun belt to keep anyone from ripping my pistol out of the holster. I dont normally coneal but i just recently ordered a conceal holster from tommy theis. gonna be a new experience, but i figured it would be good to have a conceal holster as well as OWB open carry holster.

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    I like my N82. gets the job done if you are on a budget and would rather use the extra 100 dollars for ammo

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    Ok now. I've been through Castle Rock. I have a general feel for the lay of the land. Just my .02... and yes, I know where to put it; but someone is going to freak out over your open carry, and the local law enforcement officers are going to react, ( or overreact) to a citizen complaint about a 'man with a gun'. You will get hassled, and possibly lose you CCW privdlege as well. Think about.

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    SmartCarry is great. I have used one for years.

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