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Mk9/PM9 leather suggestion

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by arinvolvo, Mar 26, 2004.

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  1. arinvolvo

    arinvolvo Member

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    I am a big fan of the Galco fletch holster (thumbreak pancake) However they do not make it for the Mk9 kahr.

    Who makes something similar for the Kahr?? I have been searching aorund with no luck.
     
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    We make an adjustable-cant pancake style leather holster with thumb-break -- we call it a "Belt Defender"

    Take a look at: www.kdholsters.com

    If you have any questions, feel free to drop me an e-mail. We can get you what you want -- even if its a custom order.

    Thanks!

    Duane
     
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    Duane...do you have any other pictures of the belt defender? Other than that glock one?? I dont like the way that glock pic looks...Id like to see another example of that holster. I am interested.
     
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    Let me check with Kevin and see. Send me an e-mail if you get a chance and tell me what you don't like about it -- we do custom work at very reasonable prices. Minor changes to that design won't cost you anything. And, of course, there are lots of different colors.

    Utlimately if you don't like it, you can send it back.

    We have made a bunch of these hoslters, but have been bad about keeping pics.

    E-mail me at Sales@KDHolsters.com
     
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    Here is one other belt holster pic we have available -- this is one without a retention strap. It is a P-11 in the pic.
     
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    MyRoad, that is exactly what i have been looking for...perfect.

    thanks.
     
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    High Noon is right down the street from me and makes fine products -- although I am not sure that holster is much different from what we do except for color.

    Best of luck with whatever you decide.

    Duane
     
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    Duane

    I really like the looks of your pocket holsters, and I may be interested in one for my Autauga, if you can accomodate me..

    However, there are two things that i was unsure of with you pancake. First off, forward cant is all i need...so the extra belt loop is superfluous, for me..

    Secondly, i wasnt real hot on the stitching placement on the glock picture. The stitching in FRONT of the trigger guard seems ill placed, almost as if a generic pancake had been boned to fit that particular glock...I, however, am SURE that is not the case...It just looked odd to me. The high noon version is pretty much EXACTLY what i was looking for, and is the style i am used to...as all of my belt carry guns currently reside in Galco Fletch series holsters.

    Let me know about the Autauga pocket holster though...I am interested. Most seecamp and NAA holsters i have tried it in did not fit the bill.

    [​IMG]
     
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    No problem. Holsters are very individual things -- like shoes.... :)

    I am sorry we don't have the ability to do an Autauga --- no mold for it. I thought it was the same as a Secamp -- but maybe not?

    Hope we can do something for you in the future.

    Duane
     
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    The autauga IS similar to the seecamp, but the shape is different enough to make other seecamp holsters not fit.
     
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