Best pocket carry gun & holster

Best pocket carry gun & holster

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    Best pocket carry gun & holster

    What is the best pocket holster/carry gun combo that you have found?
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    I carry a Kimber Ultra Carry II, 45ACP in a Sam Andrews www.andrewsleather.com pocket holster. I love the combination and carry them about 85% of the time. That larger pistol does require loose britches.
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    I stick to the S&W 442 in a strong side Kramer pocket, but I think either the Milt Sparks PCH-R or the PCS Blackbird are in my future since I primarily wear jeans.
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    I'm waiting on a Seecamp LWS .380 and plan on getting a Del Fatti PH3 to go with it. Looks like a good combo for pocket carry in terms of bang/size/comfort.

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    A Kel-tec P3AT in a Side Guard Rough Out
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    Seecamp .32 with a Ron Graham "Reno" holster.

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    I choose one of the Twins, my Guardians!!
    I carry them in a Nemisis pocket holster. The Nemisis IMHO is the very best pocket holster, the outer material actually grabs the pocket keeping the holster in the pocket, the holster breaks up the outline of the holster but doesn't conform to it so much as to slow the draw the way so many leather pocket holsters tend to do. In the rare event I belt carry I have a Ron Graham Cookie holster that is very, very high quality. I can't say enough about the Guardians. Many will say they are to heavy, but it is this extra weight that helps in shooting SD rounds, especially the Corbon 380's!!! Both of mine have been flawless and I plan on sending the 380 in for gutter sniping to match the 32. Feel free to PM me with any ?

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    I'm kind of partial to one of these RKBA holsters.....




    www.RKBAconcealment.com

    Check it out for quality reasonably priced leather and kydex Pocket, IWB and OWB Holsters......

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    Pocket Holsters

    Pictured are my two pocket carry pistols and holsters. Out of the two I would have to say my J Frame in the Mika is the best combo. I wear shorts (mainly cargo style) most of the year and the .38 disappears, totally. Of course the .32 in the Nemesis is gone as well, but I carry that in more dress attire (edges of the holster and pistol do print faintly). Both have their purpose and fulfill it well.

    I contacted Mika about a pocket holster for my .32 when I first got it. He needed some measurements that I wasn’t too sure about at the moment. After carrying it in the Nemesis, I know what I need now and look forward to seeing what he can do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tegemu View Post
    I carry a Kimber Ultra Carry II, 45ACP in a Sam Andrews www.andrewsleather.com pocket holster. I love the combination and carry them about 85% of the time. That larger pistol does require loose britches.
    AND a strong belt!

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    Keltec P 3 AT in a K Rat by Palehorse Leather is my favorite for pocket carry..

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    Kel-Tec P3-AT with ArmaLaser and Grandfather Oak holster.



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    Keltec P32 in an Uncle Mike's pocket holster for everyday wear or I use it with it's attached Keltec clip when I'm in really lightweight clothing. It simply disappears.

    But, if I had a Keltec P3AT I would carry that instead. I guess I'll have to save up for one after I get my Glock... so many guns, so little time (and money).... *sigh*
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    I carry a Seecamp in a RJ Hedley. I like it.
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    S&W 642 in a Mika pocket holster. Carry all day in complete comfort. Gun does not print and holster stays in pocket on the draw.

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