Check out Dale Fricke Holsters. I have the archangel iwb and love it. I am sure his owb holsters are just as good.
This is a discussion on OWB for MP 9 full size within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Anyone have any nice holsters for a full size MP9 OWB only. I was thinking serpa, or safariland....
Anyone have any nice holsters for a full size MP9 OWB only. I was thinking serpa, or safariland.
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^ I have a thumb break DeSantis holster for my XDM that is similar to that (it has two separate slots on the front side for adjusted cant). It is VERY comfortable, but I find I dont have many shirts long enough to cover it. But the comfort is outstanding.
If.you are looking for a retention holster, Safariland ALS is the way to go.
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I had great success with the Galco Cop 3 slot holster. One of the better designs for concealed carry as the way they cut it keeps it very tight to the body and has a slim profile. If you don't like thumb break holsters, the Galco concealable is another great designed holster. Of course, the custom guys are the best around. Sparks, Rosen and others are amazing if you can stand the wait.
6377 on a 1 inch drop belt loop, I love it
I OC my M&P in a SERPA paddle. It works fine for that and is reasonably comfortable, but it's basically worthless for concealment because it doesn't keep the gun close to the body. About the only way I could CC with it is to wear a loose windbreaker and leave it unzipped. I personally don't care for Safariland holsters.
I've been eying the Don Hume H721-OT as a more-concealable OWB option. It's very reasonably-priced for an all-leather holster.
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My OWB holster is the Safariland 6378 ALS holster. It came with both the belt slide attachment and a paddle attachment and both have adjustable cant. It is an excellent holster. I have worn it using both attachment methods and currently have the paddle attachment on it, it really locks onto the belt.
Another vote for the 6377. Excellent holster. In addition you can install the ALS guard making it a level 2 retention (which I've done).
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Yea the guard would make it level three as it has the lock(level 2) tension screw(level 1)
There is this holster Safariland Model 6365 ALS Level III Retention Duty Holster w/ Drop UBL however I don't want a drop holster. I have a serpa for my Glock and I like the mid ride.
I guess though it might be cheaper to get the 6377 and then the guard. Does anyone have a picture of the 6377 with guard inplace?