Walther PPS holster search ends in success!

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    Thumbs up Walther PPS holster search ends in success!

    I just picked up these two new holsters for my new EDC gun, the PPS 9mm. I got them here: Directory. Luckily this dealer is 10 minutes from my house.

    They are both black English leather and are very well made. Both were also priced right too.

    Here are a few pics of each, front and rear views.



    No one ever said it'd be easy.

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    holsters from Earl

    Those look good.

    I just picked up a PPS 9 at 4 Seasons. Have not even taken it down for cleaning yet. Was just a bit too busy teaching an NRA class this weekend.

    I may just try an MTAC Kydex shell, and attach that to my G19 base leather, MTAC.

    How do you like that flush 6 rounder mag? I need to pickup another mag, either a 2nd 7 rnd, or a 6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NEtracker View Post
    Those look good.

    I just picked up a PPS 9 at 4 Seasons. Have not even taken it down for cleaning yet. Was just a bit too busy teaching an NRA class this weekend.

    I may just try an MTAC Kydex shell, and attach that to my G19 base leather, MTAC.

    How do you like that flush 6 rounder mag? I need to pickup another mag, either a 2nd 7 rnd, or a 6.
    The PPS came with one 7 round mag. When I bought the gun, A&G Guns had one 6 rounder for sale new in a blister pack, which I grabbed as well. The 6 is perfect for carry, the 7 is better suited for the range.
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    AG&G, I bought a couple guns from them in the past, incl my G19.

    The flush 6, yup, figured it would be. I'll give one a try.
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    Just so you know MK70SS alot of people at PPStalk really don't like that site because the owner is a Poop artist. For example he has a german made PPS for 1K and they are already made in Germany. Again, I don't have first hand experience, but just thought I would pass on what I've read here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuban11182 View Post
    Just so you know MK70SS alot of people at PPStalk really don't like that site because the owner is a Poop artist. For example he has a german made PPS for 1K and they are already made in Germany. Again, I don't have first hand experience, but just thought I would pass on what I've read here.
    That "other forum" had alot of armchair experts that insulted anyone who dissented from their opinion. I'm all set with them, It's much more informative and open minded here.
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    mk70ss, I like your photos and the holsters seem to be great choices...I too was on a quest to find a holster for my PPS (9mm). Finally chose an IWB Pro TL from HBE Leatherworks. I'll post a few pic's when it arrives next week. If you decide to have an IWB alternative and have an extra $119, give it a looooong look. Sure there are cheaper ones, but I firmly believe that (for most things) you get what you pay for...

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    As promised...I just received my HBE Pro TL and dress belt in Saddle Tan from Eric today. It took a little over 6 weeks, but was well worth the wait. Eric is a good guy and was excellent to deal with. I haven't had a chance to actually wear it yet, but the quality is "TOP NOTCH". I've put a US Quarter and some 9mm rounds in these as a size reference...Have a look...









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    After shooting a friend's PPS and then a range rental one, I decided that this gun would be a perfect summer gun.

    On Monday I purchased a new PPS 9mm (actually it is on order) and also ordered a F.I.S.T. ultra-thin kydex IWB holster for it (the K6-G model).

    I can’t wait for it to arrive.

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    Great stuff

    Great pics mdottroy & beautiful leather work on the belt and holster. If I could get that holster with a clip that doesn't show outside the belt...

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    PPS Holster

    Hi All, I'm new here..That holster for your PPS is just what I'm looking for. I don't want to buy the PPS without a holster, Where exactly did you purchase it?? Thanks in advance for your reply..

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    Nice looking carry rigs. Got me guessing about the ball ammo though.
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    I looked at the web page but can't seem to find the second holster that you are showing. Do you have a part or model number? Thanks.
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