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Anyone have a recommendation for a conceal carry holster? I am looking for one for my Ruger P89. I thought it might be too large to conceal, but a couple of my buddies say it's fine to conceal. So I am currently looking to buy a good conceal holster. I figure the experience on this site is the best source.

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The DeSantis IWB will be the most concealable... I have used a few other styles that work well for different needs.

This Sportsman’s Guide cross draw is great if you're driving or sitting at a desk all day, and conceals ok with a baggy Hawaiian shirt or sport coat.


This OWB also came from Sportsman's Guide and works well from 04:00 to 06:00.


There's also the BlackHawk fanny pack, which has plenty of room for an extra 30rd mag. :)
 

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Thanks for the replies guys, I should get my permit in about 30-40 days, and I do like the look of that Insider, good price too. Don't know how often I'll carry, but I want a good holster when I do decide to.
 

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I love my Comp-Tac C-TAC IWB holster. I do not know if they have a holster for your model, but you can check it out at Comp-Tac. BTW I use the V-Clips; Velcro that attaches to Velcro on your belt - very concealable!
 

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coprtoppe said:
xmirage2kx said:
I am not happy with mine. It makes a lot of squeaky noises when moving.
Had it a few years, but only worn it a few dozen times. Maybe it would eventually quite down from use, but not very stealthy to start with. Just my experience...

Tony
It will quiet down. Just like some new shoes. Besides you notice the squeaking way more than anyone around you.

What gun is it for? Left-handed or right-handed? Someone may take it off your hands....
 

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PW said:
coprtoppe said:
xmirage2kx said:
I am not happy with mine. It makes a lot of squeaky noises when moving.
Had it a few years, but only worn it a few dozen times. Maybe it would eventually quite down from use, but not very stealthy to start with. Just my experience...

Tony
It will quiet down. Just like some new shoes. Besides you notice the squeaking way more than anyone around you.

What gun is it for? Left-handed or right-handed? Someone may take it off your hands....
From my receipt of 3/17/06:
Super-Tuck for Glock 27, right hand, black, with Interchangeable/Adjustable Clips = 52.50.
Mag Holder (special) for double stack .40 (Glock 27/23) = 20.00

I think the holster would fit many Glock models since they are open bottomed. At least 19/26 and 23/27, I don't know which other models/calibers are on the same frame. The gun snaps into the holster at the trigger guard.

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If it fits 19/23 it will fit a 32 also. Since this is the case you might have a buyer already :lol2:

So anyone know where I can get one local :lol3:
 

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I carry my 9mm P-11 in a SmartCarry holster with a spare magazine. This is a deep conceal carry holster, very comfortable to wear, no noise and very easy to access your weapon immediately.

http://www.smartcarry.com
 

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Most CCW folks end up with a shoe box of holsters, then two, then three. You are intelligent to carefully research. I have a couple of holsters for the same gun and different types of carry. Two tricks:

1. Moleskin. Anytime a holster digs at you or has an uncomfortable edge on it, apply adhesive moleskin over that area. Also good wrapped to the inside if the gun is a little loose in the holster.

2. Dremel. Can be used to modify, fluff and buff, dehorn, holsters

3. Nothing beats trying the gun in the holster. Most holsters I have that were a waste of time we ordered without tyring the gun first. If you go to Cabelas or anywhere else, bring the firearm in unloaded and tell them at the counter that you have a firearm you want to try for fit in the holsters. This is a good exercise that saves you from buying extra holsters.
 

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Sorry NotSoSimple, I stopped receiving update notifications from this forum.

NotSoSimple said:
If it fits 19/23 it will fit a 32 also. Since this is the case you might have a buyer already :lol2:

So anyone know where I can get one local :lol3:
Why yes, I do. :shades:
Keep an eye out for a PM from me...

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safeguy said:
1. Moleskin. Anytime a holster digs at you or has an uncomfortable edge on it, apply adhesive moleskin over that area. Also good wrapped to the inside if the gun is a little loose in the holster.
Where do you get your adhesive moleskin?

Tony
 
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