M&P9c Holster Options

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    M&P9c Holster Options

    I'm looking into various holster options for my M&P9c. I would prefer to stay IWB, and I carry at 4oclock.

    What has everyone used and how did they like it?

    This is what I have now, and it is just about the most uncomfortable thing I have ever worn. It was the only holster I could find local....So I need to find something better asap

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    I just bought this exact gun. I'm looking at the crossbreed supertuck. Heard nothing but good things about them. Unfortunately there is a wait, since they're made to order.

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    Galco king tuck is the answer. I also just did a review on the desantis pocket tuck, it rivals my king tuck for comfort. Either will make you forget you have it on.

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    Iwb.....simple
    CBST!
    seriously I carry a m&p .45 full size in one and when i say you will forget about it, I mean seriously. I had to make that reaaaalll fast walk back yo the truck at church to stash it because I forgot it! And it seriously disappears too.

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    Thanks for the ideas guys!

    I just bought this pistol today. I was looking for a compact 9 and this one just felt right.when I picked it up...
    Now the trick is making it feel right while wearing it lol
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    I use the N82Tactical.com "Professional" for my M&P9c. Love it! None of the gun actually touches me, even with the pinky extension! Good luck!

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    Check out the Stakeout and/or Hideaway crafted by Ritchie Holsters. These holsters are among the best and very comfortable for IWB carry.

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    Minotaur MTACH very solid, comfortable, lots of adjustment. I would suggest getting the C-clips they seem to lock onto the belt better then the standard clips when your belt isn't tight, going to the bathroom ect. I did have to pop the kydex off the backing and shave a couple of corners off to keep it from digging into my hip but that's probably more of my goofy body shape than a holster design defect.
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    I have a Pure Kustom Black Ops Pro for every carry gun I own. I strongly suggest them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blazer15 View Post
    I just bought this exact gun. I'm looking at the crossbreed supertuck. Heard nothing but good things about them. Unfortunately there is a wait, since they're made to order.
    Take a look at www.whitehatholsters.com

    They look like a cross breed super tuck but you can order additional kydex molds and change them out if you have more than one carry and not have to have a different holster for each gun.
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    I carry my M&P9c almost everyday. IWB I carry it in a "Kholster" a knock-off of a CBST, $50 dollars, no wait and a 90 day trial period.
    But honestly I have began carrying it more often in an OWB. (on a GOOD QUALITY gunbelt). It is much more comfortable, much cooler and affords much better accessability. I had mine custom made by a member here, "Spidey2011"

    New Holster for my M&P

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    Have you ever considered AIWB for the 9c? If so, I 'd recommend a Dale Fricke Archangel. I've been using one for just a few days now but it's very comfortable in all positions (sitting or standing) for extended periods of time. Also, from the time I contacted Dale to receiving the holster was 8 days. It has extremely good retention as well.
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    Another vote for the Crossbreed here. Any hybrid is a good choice, but after seeing/handling 4 different brands of hybrids, the CBST is still my choice.

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    Crossbreed or Comp-Tac MTAC. Both very comfortable, conceal well and built to last.

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    I have this gun also. Being a short-waisted female, I'm looking for something comfortable but not too big. When I wear a belt, it isn't very wide. Probably maxes at 1.25 inches. I'm getting a Remora, but I'd like suggestions for both IWB and OWB carry.
    Thanks!

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