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Taurus 709 Slim holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by Big20, Sep 5, 2011.

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  1. Big20

    Big20 Member

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    Anybody know of a good IWB rig that has a tab that insulates my love handles from the whole side of the gun. I have a Galco but it does not come up high enough like my Mitch Rosen does for my Kahr CW9. Don't laugh but I actually like my cheapie Uncle Mike's synthetic because it lacks the bulk of leather but none (that I know of) of them hold the 709 up high enough to get a good draw.
     
  2. TheBurns

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    I'm with you!

    I'd like to have one as well, perhaps one to carry in my lower back at the 6 position. I would also be interested in a shoulder holster... Here's the catch... mine has to be left handed.
     
  3. The Lone Haranguer

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  4. gearhead

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    Check out a Kholster or Crossbreed Supertuck. I carry my Slim in a Kholster but I think the Supertuck is made a little better.
     
  5. TheBurns

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    I looked the Supertuck over and ordered one to fit the slim... now all I need is the gun...
     
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    I second the High Noon recommendation. Their sweat shields are tall and typically provide more coverage than others.
     
  8. TheBurns

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    old faithful holsters sells a kit to make any kind you want for like. 30 bucks. the finished product would look like a supertuck.
     
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