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Kahr IWB w/belt loops

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Big20, Jan 14, 2013.

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  1. Big20

    Big20 Member

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    Can anyone steer me toward an IWB for a Kahr CM9 that has belt loops rather than clips? Thanks
     
  2. JTQ

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    High Noon "Down Under" is one. It is easy to check since they list all the models the holster is available for.

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Product_Line/_Down_Under_Straps/_down_under_straps.html

    I'm pretty sure Milt Sparks has the CM9 on their list.

    http://www.miltsparks.com

    In kydex, Aholster gives you a clip and a loop.

    http://shop.aholster.com/product.sc...0D1B633.qscstrfrnt03?productId=5&categoryId=1

    Comp-Tac also gives you options for kydex

    http://www.comp-tac.com/product_info.php?products_id=68

    My guess is most holster makers will offer loops. I'd think they are more common than clips.
     
  3. buckeye8

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    Thanks, been looking for one of these myself! I've been carrying a $700 Kahr in a $8 Uncle Mike's for far too long!
     
  4. Drail

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    Most consumers nowdays would seem to prefer clips on a holster. Loops are much better and well worth the time required to thread them onto a belt. I have hit the pavement several times hard enough to dislodge phones, radios, keyrings, Maglights, etc. that were clipped to a belt but I have never yet had a pistol depart my person because mine are always looped onto a heavy belt. Clips will let you down eventually and losing your gun on a crowded street is something you never want to experience.
     
  5. RedAlert

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    Interesting comment about having your gun fall out at the wrong moment.

    A citizen here in Silverdale, WA got into trouble when he bent over and his pistol fell out and discharged in the local shopping mall. No injuries, though we're told a bed suffered non-life threatening injuries. From the article, it sounds as if the dude was pocket carrying without a holster.
     
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