Nate Squared Tactical

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    Nate Squared Tactical

    http://n82tactical.com/n82store/

    Looking for some opines and experiences with this brand for my new CM9.
    Looks like a quality product.

    Thanks,
    Nut

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    I have a "basic" N82 for my Shield and anther for my j-frame. Write up is here: N82 Holster for J-Frame (with pictures)

    It is a very comfortable holster, by far the most comfortable of all holsters I have tried. The only drawback is the padding butts up against the grip, so you need to establish a firm grip by pressing your thumb between the grip and holster when drawing. But with just a little practice you learn how to do it.

    It is extremely comfortable at 3:30 with a sub-compact semi auto. I like these holsters a lot for IWB.
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    I have two; and I love them. Both left hand, one for my .357 snub, and one for a Taurus 24/7 that I no longer have.
    "Rock and load, lock and roll... what's it matter? FIRE!!"

    "Gun control means hitting your target every time."

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    Have two. Like a lot. Recommended, but in the polycarbonate model if there's one for your firearm.

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    I don't know how good they are....but...I emailed one of the Nates to see about whether they had any plans on offering the "Professional" holster for the Sig P250. No reply. So, I called a few days later, and the young lady on the phone was very helpful....she told me to go to the link on their webpage and "vote" for the P250 model to be made, in the future.

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    Have an original for a Glock 36. Very comfortable.

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    I have the N82 Tactical for my SR9C. Is very comfortable, and I would highly recommend it.

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    Dont have one but intend that this is probably the holster I will get for the wife when her CCDW comes in. By then she will either be carrying the SR9 she has now or a SR9c.
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    Have the basic for my Nano, love it, use no other holster. I wear it AIWB.

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    I almost bought one for my CM9 but decided to just use a Sticky Holster.
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    I have one for my XDs .45 I had it before my XDs came back but I haven't use it yet.
    Glock 19 Gen 4, Glock 30s, Gen4 G27, Gen4 G29
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    I have one for my G26 and love it, easily my favorite holster. It's the only holster in which I literally forget I'm carrying a gun sometimes for hours.

    I will be adding one for my CM9 soon.

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    I have 2 of them. 1 for my LCR and 1 for my LCP.
    Very comfortable.

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    I have one for my SR9c and I love it. You forget your wearing it after a bit.

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    i own 2 sub compact and compact

    best IWB holster I ever tried

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