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Looking for a holster...

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by DontTr3adOnM3, Jul 5, 2008.

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  1. DontTr3adOnM3

    DontTr3adOnM3 Member

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    I have a Smith and Wesson M&P9 and i am looking for an inexpensive holster i can wear in the inside of my pants either in the front or the back ( i think i am more comfortable having the gun in the back of my pants though). So anyways who has some links for me :D
     
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    check out the don hume site,they make excellent holsters for a reasonable price.
     
  3. DontTr3adOnM3

    DontTr3adOnM3 Member

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    thanks for the website, but still need help they didn't carry anything for my gun.
     
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    High Noon Mr. Softy

    In the carry position(s) you describe, its vertical orientation might be more comfortable than the forward-canted Bare Asset. I have several Bare Assets and they hold and carry the gun just fine. Being soft leather, they can be a nuisance to get the gun into.
     
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    I can recommend FIST highly. They produce quality holsters and a reasonable price and you don't have to wait forever for it to be delivered. http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/Default.htm They list the M&P on their gun list. By all means call them as they are very easy to deal with.
     
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