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Ruger LC9 how do you prefer to carry?

This is a discussion on Ruger LC9 how do you prefer to carry? within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Originally Posted by thehustleman Lcp, yes holster only. Lc9,, nah I'm curious why you would require a holster with the LCP but not with the ...

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  • I use the Inside the waist band ( IWB )

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  • I use a Belt slide type Leather with strap

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  • I use a Belt slide type Kydex / leather

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  • I use a Shoulder carry system

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  • Full time Pocket holster

    6 26.09%
  • no holster just stuff it in pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehustleman View Post
    Lcp, yes holster only.

    Lc9,, nah
    I'm curious why you would require a holster with the LCP but not with the LC9. What do you consider to be the differences in the two guns to make pocket/no holster safer with the LC9?
    It's not the weapon that makes me hesitant to fire upon someone at long range, but the legal ramifications and plethora of good prosecuting attorneys.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OKExplorist View Post
    I'm curious why you would require a holster with the LCP but not with the LC9. What do you consider to be the differences in the two guns to make pocket/no holster safer with the LC9?
    I am not going to put words in his mouth but I believe because there is the slide lock on the LC9 among all of the other safeties. ( I could be wrong I don't have the LCP)

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    I carry my LC9 in a Remora holster IWB. This holster also works in pocket for the rare times I want to carry that way. Between the small size and low weight of the LC9 and the comfort of the Remora, I can easily carry while wearing althletic shorts or sweats, something a clip holster just cant do without dragging your shorts down.
    "I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery." - Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chesafreak View Post
    I carry my LC9 in a Remora holster IWB. This holster also works in pocket for the rare times I want to carry that way. Between the small size and low weight of the LC9 and the comfort of the Remora, I can easily carry while wearing althletic shorts or sweats, something a clip holster just cant do without dragging your shorts down.
    Is the Remora a fabric type holster? Where can I look at them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBuckwheat View Post
    Is the Remora a fabric type holster? Where can I look at them?
    The outer material has tiny rubber nubs that give it a good grip. If I'm wearing pants, it will stay in place IWB without clips. If you are wearing loose fitting clothing like athletic shorts or sweats, instead of placing the holster IWB outside your underwear, place it directly against the skin on your hip and it won't move and also wont drag your clothing down. As well as IWB and pocket carry, I also carry it sometimes tucked in between my button down work shirts and my t-shirt without having to worry about clips. Thats a lot of versatility from one holster.

    From the Remora website:
    The outer skin of the holster is an incredible new rubberized non-slip fabric that holds like no other. The inner padding combined with a minimum amount of compression holds the firearm in place until drawn. The inside liner ensures that your firearm can be easily drawn and your holster will not be drawn out with the firearm. The non-slip binding also helps hold holster in place. The entire outer skin of the holster helps it "stick."
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    The Remora looks to be a good Summer type set up for the LC9.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrBuckwheat View Post
    I am not going to put words in his mouth but I believe because there is the slide lock on the LC9 among all of the other safeties. ( I could be wrong I don't have the LCP)

    You have my reasons correct
    *swyped from the evo so excuse any typos*
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