Need a very thin IMB holster

This is a discussion on Need a very thin IMB holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I want to carry my PM9 IWB, but I would like the thinnest holster possible. No bellyband, a kydex or leather rig. Any ideas? Thanks!...

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    Need a very thin IMB holster

    I want to carry my PM9 IWB, but I would like the thinnest holster possible. No bellyband, a kydex or leather rig. Any ideas? Thanks!

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    a good friend carries his PM9 in a N82 Pro and won't shut up about how awesome it apparently is. I'm not sure how well a single clip IWB would work with a larger gun but with a compact or smaller it's reported to be the cat's butt. it's small enough for cross-draw if you want as well. I've got one on order for a G26. They're relatively cheap also. I also like the Tommy Theis holsters. I don't know how the thickness of either of these compare to others on the market though. Both $55-75 depending on options last I checked.
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    The N82 looked kind of thick.. not my style, A good solid quality product.

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    When I want to go thin I use the Galco Stow n' go. Covers the gun, trigger and has a pretty sturdy mouth. I use it for Appendix carry or at about 3 o'clock


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    Quote Originally Posted by skystud1 View Post
    I want to carry my PM9 IWB, but I would like the thinnest holster possible. No bellyband, a kydex or leather rig. Any ideas? Thanks!
    It being unlikely that even a m/m of what we would call "thickness" can possibly make a difference for you, I suspect you have other parameters in mind. All the holsters suggested so far will be identical in overall thickness when the pistol is inside it, so I figure we're just guessing at what you're really wanting. A pic is worth a thousand words - enlighten the forum with a pic.

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    Ken Null's Undercover Special in horsehide is the most concealable and comfortable IWB of the several I own. The Milt Sparks Summer Special is quite bulky by comparision. K.L. Null Holsters Home Page

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    Brommeland Max-Con V. Somebody had one for sale on this board recently for a PM9.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNBurl View Post
    I think we found a winner! Perfect for what I am looking for! Like the Highnoon version only better! What's turn around? Thanks!

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    Check out pj holsters. Extremely thin, high quality kydex at very reasonable prices. And a lifetime warranty too.

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    I use to carry my PM9 in a fist #1A in ultra thin kydex before I sold it. It's a super thin holster. I highly recommend it.
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    +1 on Fist. That's what I use for my PM9. You won't find thinner.

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    It is usually NOT the thickness of the kydex or leather that determines the concealability/comfort of an IWB holster; It is the placement of the clips or straps. To see what I consider to be the ideal in IWB strap placement, take a look at the AKJ/Concealco IWB holster.
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    I agree with Woodlark the AKJ style are the flattest IWB for autos.
    I made one similar for my Glock 19 and still use it occasionally.


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