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      03-14-2016 10:51 AM #51
      Well, you live in NH... Looks like you need another SIG.

      P226 is pretty big, why not a P229? You can get 17 or 18 round 9mm mags.

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      03-14-2016 12:22 PM #52
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      03-14-2016 07:05 PM #53
      Quote Originally Posted by NoDubJustYet View Post
      Looks like you need another SIG.
      That's certainly a possibility. I'm very happy with the 239. One of the instructors yesterday is an immigration officer. He saw my 239 and mentioned he carries it on his ankle when he's on duty. I don't think I could pull that off. He is a big dude though.

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      03-15-2016 04:09 PM #54
      Quote Originally Posted by Time for a GTI View Post
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      03-19-2016 02:25 PM #55
      I finally got around to ordering a holster for my VP9, a Cook's Comfort Series IWB/OWB.



      I ended up going with this over the Alien Gear OWB because it just looked less bulky. I'll post my impressions when I get it.
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      06-21-2017 08:23 PM #56
      In the market for another holster.

      I really like the Raven holster I got for the SIG. That style is not available for an MP9 apparently. The only style Raven has for an MP9 is over $200. Thinking I might go with an alternative...that's a lot for a holster that I'm not going to use for concealed carry.
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      06-21-2017 08:43 PM #57
      Quote Originally Posted by Time for a GTI View Post
      In the market for another holster.

      I really like the Raven holster I got for the SIG. That style is not available for an MP9 apparently. The only style Raven has for an MP9 is over $200. Thinking I might go with an alternative...that's a lot for a holster that I'm not going to use for concealed carry.
      Do you have a toaster oven? Buy some kydex and make your own. I'm thinking about that route. Although I do have an acquaintance who makes custom kydex holsters.
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      06-21-2017 08:45 PM #58
      Quote Originally Posted by GreenandChrome View Post
      Do you have a toaster oven? Buy some kydex and make your own. I'm thinking about that route. Although I do have an acquaintance who makes custom kydex holsters.
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      06-21-2017 10:32 PM #59
      Funny this popped back up. This is the Cook's holster that I bought a page or two back:



      It was fine, but ultimately a pain in the ass to put on and off with the belt loops. For Christmas my f-i-l bought he and I a pair of Aliengear OWB cloak holsters, they were running a BOGO sale. The Cook's was fine, but the paddle is much easier to get off and on when we're out on the farms in NC.



      We're both really happy with them, they have a lot of adjustability with the retention, are easy enough to get off and on with the paddle and they are compatible with their mounted docking solution. Plus they have their unconditional lifetime guarantee and lifetime shell replacement if you change guns. If I had one complaint, I wish they made shells to accommodate mounted lights.
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      06-22-2017 03:30 PM #60
      Quote Originally Posted by Time for a GTI View Post
      You could not have made that post any shadier if you tried.
      Although I do have an acquaintance who "makes" custom kydex holsters.

      I tried.


      I have a friend who just picked up Aliengear IWB for his XD-S; really likes it. AG is decently priced, too.
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      06-24-2017 01:52 PM #61
      Quote Originally Posted by Elbows View Post


      the Kaluban Cloak holster here
      I think I might try another one of Elbow's suggestions here. The Raven suggestion was right on and this Kaluban Cloak looks very similar for $100 for the M9. Much more reasonable.

      https://www.kcloakusa.com/categories...e/beretta.html
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      06-28-2017 11:25 PM #62
      The Kaluban Cloak came in. Very happy with the holster. Less happy with the pancake loops. Unfortunately the hole pattern isn't the same as my Raven or I'd buy a set of those. Will have to do a little more research if I'm motivated to change them.
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      07-02-2017 03:37 AM #63
      Late to the discussion, but I'm currently using a Safariland 6378; got the ALS guard and belt-loop piece to switch out with the pancake. The ALS system is really natural and intuitive and the guard provdes a bit of protection while not making the draw clunkier or something to think about. Overall, a really well thought out system and great quality. I got everything for around ~$90 IIRC and they've got a 30% off sale going on now for 4th of July.
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