Need a good IWB

Need a good IWB

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    Need a good IWB

    Mostly I carry a J frame or a PM9 in the pocket because I find myself having to put the gun in or take it out a lot before going in restricted buildings. I would like to carry my Kahr P40 IWB. The MTAC looks comfortable but I need a holster that will be easy and quick to put on and take off several times a day. Any recomendations?


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    I use an MTAC for my Kahr CW9. Very comfortable and it isn't really a pain to put it on or take it off. If I enter a restricted area I usually just lock my gun in my car safe and wear the holster empty, it's not uncomfortable and it's convenient to re-arm quickly.
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    consider Bullard Dual Carry; the metal clips are pretty quick ...
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    High Noon Split Decision? I've also got a MTAC, VMII and Dakota Defender (w/velcro clips, VMII w/kydex clips) but for a quick on and off IWB, the Split Decision is good.

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    You can get many of the Fist IWB holsters with a 'clip'...easy on/easy off...it's all I use now.

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    Somebody needs to add CrossBreed.

    Plus, if the holster is comfortable enough you could just leave the gun. Much easier in many cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsonabq View Post
    Somebody needs to add CrossBreed.

    Plus, if the holster is comfortable enough you could just leave the gun. Much easier in many cases.
    I agree on the CrossBreed.

    While it is very easy to put on and take off, it is also so comfortable that I find myself wearing it empty quite often.

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    Just checked out the Fist 41 Small of the Back Clip Holster. If worn at 3 oclock it should be handy while inside a vehicle.
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    Not the fastest draw but I have carried in this position before without a holster. The gun stays out of the way when driving and is easy to cover with a shirt tail. Just worry about the draw. Wish I could get my hands on about 20 more holsters to try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Powhs View Post
    Just checked out the Fist 41 Small of the Back Clip Holster. If worn at 3 oclock it should be handy while inside a vehicle.
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    Not the fastest draw but I have carried in this position before without a holster. The gun stays out of the way when driving and is easy to cover with a shirt tail. Just worry about the draw. Wish I could get my hands on about 20 more holsters to try.
    I have 6+ of that same holster, it is now my primary carry...very comfortable...rides against the right kidney, not on the spine, and the 'palm out' draw is as safe as strong side (check out what the sidearm points at as you draw).
    I can sit comfortably, and in the car...I can get to it.
    With an untucked shirt, one can place his hand on the weapon (ready for the draw), and it just looks like you have a hand reaching for your wallet.

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    Thanks for info guys. I have been thinking about a palm out holster for some time but never saw one till the Fist41. My friend has a Bullard Dual Carry for his Springfield XP Sub. I want to take a look at it neek week also.

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    I vote for the M-tac I often carry my P 40 in one it is easy to take on and off, but probably not as fast as holsters with a single spring clip.

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    The Don Hume PCCH has two quick pull dot snaps that slip off very easy. I also have a HBE Com III with Snap loops...also very easy to take off.
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