high noon mr. softy or bare asset?

high noon mr. softy or bare asset?

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    high noon mr. softy or bare asset?

    Need help picking one for j-frame smith. Not sure if I should go straight or cant.(That line sounds great)


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    Cant is pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ejpecp View Post
    Need help picking one for j-frame smith. Not sure if I should go straight or cant.(That line sounds great)
    I have a Mr Softy for my Glock 26. Comparing that to a J Frame is apples/oranges, so I can't comment first hand.

    Can you post pics of your J Frame in the holster when you get it? Thanks! I'm always looking for different/better ways to carry my J Frame too.

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    Because of appendix carry I prefer no cant.

    I have a High Noon Hideaway w/ clip for my J frame, and Mr. Softy’s for my XD9SC and 32 Guardian.

    With what little play there is on my belt I actually angle them the opposite way of the canted versions.

    I tried 3:00 and further back but appendix just seems to work better for me with those size guns.

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    I had a Bare Asset that I carried my Kel-Tec P-11 in. It was a very nice holster for the money and it got the job done fairly well. I am now a much bigger fan of Kydex myself due to the fact that I can re-holster one handed and Kydex against my bare skin doesn't bother me like it does some people. As zero said if you want the option to appendix carry I would go with the straight drop instead of the cant. I personally like an 'FBI cant' to my holsters. Best of luck!
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