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How many holsters do you own per gun?

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    Now you are making me think......
    I have two for my P228.
    I have four for my P220 and P226. But I could also carry the P228 in those.......
    I have one for my Trooper.
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    Colt 1908 - 1 (not really carried much)
    P3AT - 2
    XD - 4
    those are my carry guns
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    4 or 5

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    Two to three for each one. At least one OWB, one IWB , and one for fun..

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    For the guns I carry I own 4 holsters each: An IWB, an OWB, a shoulder rig and an Uncle Mike's plastic that I use for competition.

    For the M85 I just bought I'll probably eventually own 5 because I have to add a pocket holster as well.

    Edit: Oops, forgot the Smartcarry rigs... so that's _5_ per carry gun, and _6_ for the M85 when all is said and done...
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    2 or 3 per gun.

    Wow!!
    I have 5 for my Delta Elite!! one see's most of the use though.

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    For the 4 carry guns I currently use, I have a total of 14 holsters. This includes 3 Milt Sparks, 3 Mitch Rosen, 2 Kramer, 1 Bulman, 1 Ken Null and the rest by other makers.

    Of course, I've got a couple dozen others for guns I no longer own.
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    2 for my Sig (Serpa & Leather IWB) and will have 2 for my 1911C

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    Question

    Narrowed it down to 2-3 per; MS VMII, MTAC, KD Dakota...
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    Because when you find something-you stop looking-Mooch

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    5 holsters for my glock 23.

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    In general, 3 holsters per gun but that can go up because I just make more for myself
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    5 holsters, 1 gun. But of those, they all get used for different specific purposes. I have a PM9 in a CTAC for daily carry. Bianchi Minimalist for when I happen to carry OWB (not often). Two cheap Passport nylon holsters of which one is kept in my glove box and one is kept in my bag (in case I am riding with someone else which is then placed in their glove box) for times when I have had to disarm in order to go somewhere that I cannot legally carry. And lastly a Fobus Paddle holster which has been mounted under my desk, right beside my bed for when I go to sleep. All 5 were originally bought for primary use but I eventually found good uses for them.
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    I've got several options for each carry gun.

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    3 per gun, IWB, OWB, and a Fobus paddle for the range and quick trips to the store.

    Jim

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    3 pistols, 3 holsters......1 IWB (CTAC), 2 Serpa CQCs

    I want another CTAC for my USPf .45.... I have one for my USPc .45 and I love it!

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