Discussion in 'On Topic' started by Dobis P.R., Mar 7, 2009.
Would everybody looking for an IWB just buy a fucking comptac MTAC.
Sorry...I'm sick of seeing a new IWB holster thread every other day...
There is a holster sticky.
what kind of clips should I order and what size belt width?
Standard clips, and if you have a 1.5 belt order the 1.5 clips.
They're probably dealing with a huge volume of orders like everyone else in the firearms industry.
Yeah order the appropriate clips based on your belt width... the belt you wear every day...
They make one for the SR9
For that SR9 you're really gonna want to go with something like an uncle mike's or something of that ilk.
Ugh my Versa Max II needs to get here already.
It just fits. Otherwise it'd be like putting a Kart barrel in a RIA 1911.
Woudn't it fit just fine if it was made for a specific gun?
VM2 is what I always go back to. Try to borrow a few holsters from people to see if they work with your body type. Also wear them all day, not just got a few minutes at a time.
I'm just trying to say in my overly subtle manner, that if you would spring for a $80 holster why wouldn't you pony up the extra jack to get a better pistol to put in said holster. There are other 9mm pistols that are just as slim, stop using that as your crutch to hold on to that SR9.
I prefer c-clips. They stick out the least when you tuck in your shirt.
So because I'm getting a sub $500 pistol I should get a shitty holster? That makes sense.
and no, there are no other 9mm full-size pistols that are as slim.
Velcro clips > *
No you should get a shitty holster for a shitty pistol. Kahr, M&P, 9mm 1911's, and many more check 'em out.
Thanks. Was going to make this thread...
I'll never understand why people get upset about other peoples choices...
I'm upset because you're making an error that you don't have the money to make. You're skimping on initial buy in cost of your pistol. Which of course makes no sense because you'll outweigh that in less than a year just on training and range time, not to mention items like $80 or more holsters. I like many others have been down that road. I wish that in 1995 when I got my first handgun I'd skipped right over that pos p89 and gone with something a lot better for just a lil bit more money. Buy once cry once bro.