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M&P40 holster recommendations

This is a discussion on M&P40 holster recommendations within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The Pure Kustom is a bit more money than the Supertuck, however, you get a much, much better product that preforms better. Also, its more ...

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    The Pure Kustom is a bit more money than the Supertuck, however, you get a much, much better product that preforms better. Also, its more versitile


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    There's a ton to choose from in here... HOLSTERS ...happy shopping.
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    I carry an M&P 40 all day, every day (well, almost every day). I work a plainclothes assignment so I carry concealed just about all the time; most of the time I use a Desbiens Gun Leather (DGL) IWB holster, sometimes a Desbiens OWB.

    Since I started using DGL products, I have found them to be the most comfortable and most concealable holsters I have ever used...I have been using Rhome's holsters for several years now and I couldn't be happier with a holster...True handmade custom holsters for about the same price as Galco...and less than a three week wait time usually...

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    There's a ton to choose from in here... HOLSTERS ...happy shopping.
    Thanks for the link. There are tons of holsters here.

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    If anybody has used a kydex holster; did it wear on your firearm worse than leather?

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    Comp-Tac CTAC or MTAC. The MTAC is very, very comfortable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunawayGun View Post
    If anybody has used a kydex holster; did it wear on your firearm worse than leather?
    YES! Kydex will take the finish off your firearm much faster than leather. Leather is softer and in most cases tighter not allowing your firearm to rub as much.

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    I'm not sure leather is any tighter per se...Kydex locks in pretty tight but it wears differently from leather...kydex will wear at the tiny edges where your gun meets the plastic...leather tends to wear mosty at the muzzle in a more spread out area.....try a high noon mr. softy...it's very easy on your finishes...you can carry it IWB or if you dont like it in your pants, wear it between your pants and belt....mine is for a P2000 but you can get one for the M&P....:)


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    Quote Originally Posted by MattInFla View Post
    Comp-Tac CTAC or MTAC. The MTAC is very, very comfortable.

    Thanks Matt, these holsters seem well priced.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    YES! Kydex will take the finish off your firearm much faster than leather. Leather is softer and in most cases tighter not allowing your firearm to rub as much.
    That's what I thought, thanks for confirming my suspicions.

    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLeather View Post
    I'm not sure leather is any tighter per se...Kydex locks in pretty tight but it wears differently from leather...kydex will wear at the tiny edges where your gun meets the plastic...leather tends to wear mosty at the muzzle in a more spread out area.....try a high noon mr. softy...it's very easy on your finishes...you can carry it IWB or if you dont like it in your pants, wear it between your pants and belt....mine is for a P2000 but you can get one for the M&P....:)

    Thanks for the recommendation, that holster looks like it holds the weapon in pretty tight.

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    lmao...from of all the great info and advice offered here I now know WHY I have a drawer full of holster.
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    I have 2 of them one for my M&P 40 FS and Ruger SR9. To me this the baddest IWB holster ever


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    I use the Galco Summer Comfort IWB or the DeSantis Speed Scabbard OWB for my M&P40. I don't have any complaints about either.

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    Talking Holster

    I have a holster from my last deployment to Afghanistan its a Blackhawk CQC for the M-9 will the M&P 40 I'm about to get fit in this holster? If not no biggie will find a holster similar to my Blackhawk but if I don't need to buy one then I won't. Thanks for reading and God Bless America and the 2nd Amendment.

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    Minotaur M-TAC!
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    2010... I hope he got a holster by now.

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