Need IWB for Keltec PF9

Need IWB for Keltec PF9

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    Need IWB for Keltec PF9

    Looking for something economical that I can order and have within within 5-7 days. I'm considering a Don Hume or a Galco Stow-N-Go.
    Any other suggestions?
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    Comp-Tac : About Us I went with a "Pro Undercover" for my CW9 [roughly same size as PF9] with the 1 1/2" belt clip. Easy on and easy off.

    I had a Don Hume but didn't like the one size fits all clip. The holster and gun wobbled. Get something with a clip or loops that fit the belt you will be wearing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kracker View Post
    Looking for something economical that I can order and have within within 5-7 days. I'm considering a Don Hume or a Galco Stow-N-Go.
    Any other suggestions?
    Thanks,
    kracker
    Main drawback to holsters like these is the single attachment point which is at the already thickest part of the gun/hoster, adding more thickness; plus the single clip doesn't anchor everything as well, holster tends to pivot or move laterally. Also, though sized, they are not boned (molded) to exact gun for snuggest fit.

    That being said, for a light and thin gun like the PF-9, the Stow n' Go might suffice. At least in the short run if you decide you need a better way to go. It's only a $20 investment, after all.

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    Kholster

    Ive got one for the P11 and its is really nice. You forget its there.



    I got mine in less than a week. More like 3 days? I am going to have to trim a bit of the leather but for what I paid its a great holster.
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    Crossbreed works good for my PF-9.

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    I'd look at High Noons offerings as well as CompTac. I've been pleased with both for smaller guns like the PF9.
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    Crossbreed

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    I Have both the crossbreed suppertuck and the Comptac MTAC,they are both great holsters and very comfortable after you wear either one for a couple weeks you don't even notice them

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    If your 5-7 day time frame is just because you want it quickly, then you've been given some good suggestions though realistically, you're probably looking at 10-14 days at a minimum. If your time frame is because of a trip you are taking and need a holster for, you're probably going to have to settle for something available off the shelf. I have a few Don Hume, Galco and Desantis holsters and while I don't care for them for a permanent solution, they are some of the better temporary holsters.

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