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    Thanks UBG and DefCarryForum

    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.




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    Good looking rig.

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    Welcom. Nice looking holster (I have 3 of Nate's holsters), & the knife's ain't bad, either.
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    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
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    CONGRATS.

    I've got the same Holster for my CombatMaster.
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    That is a nice rig. Looks to be very comfortable also.

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    Nice holster!

    (And no matter how many times we've seen holsters we always love pictures of new ones!)

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    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!


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    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......

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    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.
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    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?
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    Hi All,

    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?

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