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OWB for M&P

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Skribs, Nov 8, 2012.

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  1. Skribs

    Skribs Member

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    My favorite video game of all time is Descent, mainly because I enjoyed the six degrees of freedom. You could control pitch, yaw, roll, move forward or backward or slide across the x and y axis. Well, I would like a OWB holster for my M&P that has zero degrees of freedom. Here's specifically what I'm wanting:

    Designed for M&P 9C
    OWB, doesn't hang way out there but not pressing into my side, either (so I can get a grip easy but its not sticking out)
    Does not let the holster move on the belt at all
    Retention strap (or some mechanism that doesn't let the gun move unless I tell it to)
    Left-handed

    In the past I'd been 100% kydex user, but now I'm thinking I'd be okay with leather provided it is black.
     
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    I could make a kydex holster for you, or a convertible with a kydex front and leather back.
     
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    Galco COP 3 slide. You can order one made for the M&P. About $80 delivered.
     
  6. 9mmepiphany

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    Given your requirements, I think you might find what you are looking for in one of the Safariland holsters.

    I'm partial to the SLS or ALS equipped models...depend on if you want to move your thumb forward or rearward when releasing the retention
     
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