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Another holster recommendation request: Kahr PM9/CM9

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by jpruitt, Jul 11, 2011.

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  1. jpruitt

    jpruitt Member

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    Looking for a holster for my new Kahr CM9. My wants:

    -Belt slide OWB
    -Sits high
    -Slight forward cant
    -Leather
    -Thin/sits very close to body
    -Preferably under $100
    -Thumb break (optional)
    -Black (optional)

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. langloisandy

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    Maybe

    Joe,

    If you can find a dummy gun, I can make this.... (I just need something to mold around!)

    Andy
     
  3. Maia007

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    How about this one from Alessi:

    http://shop.alessigunholsters.com/Belt-Holster/CQC

    It has a slight forward cant (not much), rides close and fairly high, comes in black. No thumb break. Around $100. I have one of Lou Alessi's originals in this model and I really like it for my Kahr.

    If you want something that rides even higher (as in really high), check out Sherrick's US High Ride.
     
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    Don Hume JIT Slide.
     
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    High Noon makes some very nice leather holsters.
     
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    I have a mold for the PM9 and can make what you want.
     
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    I have three owb holsters for the Kahr. Two of the holsters were quite expensive, over a hundred each. The third holster was $25 and it is my favorite of the three, the Don Hume JIT. Get it. You'll not want another holster.
     
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    The OP's list does pretty much describe a Don Hume 721.
     
  11. Monkeyapeman

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    High Noon could be worth looking at.
     
  12. s9601694

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    Does anyone know if Don Hume makes a holster for the CM9 with the CT laserguard?


    edit: just saw that this thread is from August LAST year... oops *bump* i guess.. OP: what did you end up getting?
     
  13. CMC

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    Wild Bill's 59 bucks

    http://www.wildbillsconcealment.com/wildbill/shop/item.aspx?itemid=3013

    The Contour Belt Slide is the ideal holster for those who want more concealment than a paddle, but do not want to go inside the waistband. The contour cut, with the molding on the exterior of the holster and a flatter, slightly curved interior pulls the holster more tightly into the body than traditional pancake styles. An open bottom means that similar frame size weapons, such as all Glock 9mm/.40/.357 Sig caliber pistols, 1911 frames, Springfield XD's, etc. will fit the same holster. The dual belt slots pull the weapon in close to the body, while the angle of the weapon is a 15 degree FBI cant, perfectly suited for just behind the hip wear on the strong side. It is available for most auto-pistols, as well as many small revolvers.
     
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