Don Hume holsters

Don Hume holsters

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    Don Hume holsters

    what are people's opinions on don hume holsters? i bought one, an IWB, for my brother's keltec PF9. i paid about $20 for it. it's a very nice holster; it's stiff around the mouth, so it's easy to reholster a weapon, it fits the PF9 perfectly, and it's nice looking. i just want to know if $20 was a fair price; i don't know much about holsters.


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    Yes a Don Hume for $20 is a good deal. I carry OWB and own two Don Hume JIT Slides. The leather is a little thin but both holsters have held up after two years.

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    It's a fine holster.
    I've used an IWB for my SIG P232 for over 2 yrs almost daily w/o any problems.
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    I own two Dom Hume holsters (JIT and H721OT) for my Ruger P97s and they work great. I will also be getting a similar setup for my PF9 soon.

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    i'm glad to hear i didn't get smoked on a holster. it's the same reddish/oxblood leather as the one shown in the link. pics to come!

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    It's good when it's made in Oklahoma.

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    I have a Don Hume JIT holster for my SP101 that I use for carry around the house. Not the best overall quality but for what I use it for it's great.
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    I also use my Don Hume for around the house carry. I have not been real impressed with it to be honest with you. That is why it is relegated to house duty. It just isn't good enough for public carry.

    I still carry exclusively in my Blackhawk SERPA holster when going out of the house.
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    The JIT holsters are great. I use them all the time to carry OWB.

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    i picked up one online for my Hk ($28) and another at a local gun show today for my glock($25) nice leather, sturdy , and quite comfortable...

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    I carry my full size M&P 9mm in a JIT holster and like it very well. I have to wear a windbreaker or something over it because the full size carries 17 rounds.

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    Great Oklahoma company. I always order one for new guns while waiting for a custom made from K & D Holsters or someone like that. Good quality for the price.

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    I've got a Don Hume OWB holster for my XD45. Even though the holster is marked for the XD40, with a little over night tweaking it fits my XD45 like a glove. Works very well for CCW and is quite comfortable.

    I've spent a lot of time wearing it around family members who are pretty much anti-CCW. They never have a clue that I am carrying.

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