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This is a discussion on New guy here from Arizona within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the Welcome To DefensiveCarry.com category; Welcome! I am also from Az and my edc is also a sr9c. I took a look at the foxx holster and since you have ...
I am also from Az and my edc is also a sr9c. I took a look at the foxx holster and since you have one, I was wondering how you like it?
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It's the only iwb I've ever tried, so I can't really compare it to others. I do like it. It keeps the forward cant constant. No shifting while sitting, moving, walking, or standing. It hides the 9c very well with the 10rd mag in. and minimal printing. While standing and walking, I hardly feel it except for the weight of the gun.
Sitting, I can feel it kind of dig into my upper side, but it isn't annoying. I'm not a thin guy. I wear it at exactly at 3:30. I *may* cut the bottom to more of a cresent. I'm just not sure. My leg somtimes pushes it up when I sit. I do like that the leather comes up and covers the rear slide so that it isn't resting against my skin, but is cut so that my strong hand thumb does not touch any leather.
The gun fits into the holster very well. When it's on, it doesn't slip out. You can feel it slip into the trigger guard with confidence. When it isn't on, and a full magazine is loaded, the gun will slip out if you held it upside down. You can take a heat gun or a very hot blow dryer and tighten the kydex down. I find that when it's on, it wraps your hip, and the kydex tightens on the gun securely.
The belt loops are standard metal loops (not j-loops). You can adjust the height and the cant by moving the belt loops up or down indepently. Excellent spring retention, and grabs onto the belt. I've practiced hundreds and hundreds of draws both live and dry fire, and the holster stays secure.
$39 free ship (first-class, arrived 5 days after placing order). :)
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