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clip-on IWB holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by KAS1981, May 26, 2011.

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  1. KAS1981

    KAS1981 Member

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    I would like a good clip-on IWB holster for my LC9.

    I'd prefer leather, maybe under $50.

    Can anybody point me in the right direction to some good brands & models?
     
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    Under $50 Don Hume. Over $50 and tuckable, I like Tucker Gunleather's Cover Up. You can get the leather smooth side out, but the rough side out helps keep it from moving at all.

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    Don Hume been using one for 5 years every day.

    Gunnersalley is like $27
     
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    Thanks....I've got some good ideas now.
     
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    I have two inexpensive clip-on IWB holsters that I really like. I have a Kahr CW9, but I believe that it is VERY similar in dimensions to the Ruger LC9.

    Don Hume 715 - available in brown or black, regular clip, firm leather. $30

    DeSantis Sof-Tuck - tuckable and adjustable cant clip, soft leather but with firm strip around opening for reholstering. $25

    Nothing special about either, but if you are looking for an inexpensive holster that simply works, I don't think you can go wrong with either.

    Good luck
    Shawn
     

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