Good looking rig.
This is a discussion on Thanks UBG and DefCarryForum within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This is my 1st post, but been a lurker for a while. This forum helped me choose a sweet IWB holster. You all have probably ...
This is my 1st post, but been a lurker for a while. This forum helped me choose a sweet IWB holster. You all have probably seen a UBG holster, but here is mine that just came yesterday.
Welcom. Nice looking holster (I have 3 of Nate's holsters), & the knife's ain't bad, either.
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Glock 19 & 26, Kahr CM9 & P45, Para P12, Kel-Tec P-32, S&W 442, & Dan Wesson 14-2.
Very nice, looking for one just like it myself. How long did you have to wait?
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Welcome - glad you finally joined us.
Nice lookin rig
Chris - P95
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I've got the same Holster for my CombatMaster.
What we've got here is failure to communicate.
That is a nice rig. Looks to be very comfortable also.
(And no matter how many times we've seen holsters we always love pictures of new ones!)
Welcome from Montana.
Are you a LEO or a private citizen? Just curious, since the Land of Lincoln doesn't allow CC.
Very nice holster!
When you’re wounded and left on Afghanistan’s plains,
And the women come out to cut up what remains,
Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
And go to your God like a soldier.
welcome and great pic. I do have a question for you!!! how do you like it though? and how is a 1 handed reholster? i have the same gun, and looking at that same holster......
I have the UBG Canute for my M&P 40. Excellent holster, but it tends to slightly close up after drawing. I can get it in, one handed, but I have to work at it, and sorta angle it in towards my body to insert the edge of the slide. I think it could use a stiffer mouth. I still carry my M&P in it though. How often do we really have to re-holster other than at the range?
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Nate does good work! Welcome to the forum.
"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking" - George S. Patton.
Welcome to the Forum, looks like your whole carry system is grade 'A.'
A nice gun, a fine holster and a tough as nails, waved Emerson. What caliber M&P did you get?
Does the Canute work for a M&P 9c?
Great looking holster!
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Hi all, thanks for all the comments.
Just to answer some questions:
-Waited 6 weeks...well worth the wait.
-I am a private citizen, living right across the river from StL, MO were I spend most of my existence working...I just live in IL and maybe not for long...still waiting on Utah CHL.
-It's for M&P 9
-One handed reholstering is easy for me, it has been staying open so far, but looks like it may possibly close up with wear?