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    IWB, OWB, Pocket, etc. Holsters! Recommend? HATE! Dangerous!!! How about a community effort to rate the holsters we love (or hate):

    Make/Model/Cal of Firearm:
    Left or Right Handed:
    Holster of Choice:
    IWB, OWB, Shoulder, etc.:
    Material(s) used:
    Pros / Cons:
    Price Point:
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    IWB, OWB, Pocket, etc. Holsters! Recommend? HATE! Dangerous!!! How about a community effort to rate the holsters we love (or hate):

    Make/Model/Cal of Firearm: Ruger SR9
    Left or Right Handed: Left
    Holster of Choice: Alien Gear
    IWB, OWB, Shoulder, etc.: IWB and OWB
    Material(s) used: Leather, Kydex
    Pros / Cons: Very comfortable
    Price Point: $80-$100
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    Quote Originally Posted by YourNYTech View Post
    IWB, OWB, Pocket, etc. Holsters! Recommend? HATE! Dangerous!!! How about a community effort to rate the holsters we love (or hate):

    Make/Model/Cal of Firearm: Ruger SR9
    Left or Right Handed: Left
    Holster of Choice: Alien Gear
    IWB, OWB, Shoulder, etc.: IWB and OWB
    Material(s) used: Leather, Kydex
    Pros / Cons: Very comfortable
    Price Point: $80-$100
    Alien Gear are great holster

    Make/Model/Cal of Firearm: Sig P365
    Left or Right Handed: right
    Holster of Choice: Alien Gear Shoulder Holster preferred, IWB shape shift 4.0 second Preferred
    Material(s) used: Leather, Kydex
    Pros / Cons: Shoulder Holster Very comfortable, IWB 4.0 also very comfortable
    Price Point: $149 (Shoulder) $49 IWB.

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    A good holster does not need to be named, nor does a bad one.

    A good, true, CCW holster will:
    Keep the gun secure by maintaining a pressure lock due to being modeled to the particular model of gun.
    Stay in place and not shift throughout the day or with normal movement
    Not require straps, breaks, levers, buttons, etc to retain the gun (extra effort slows your response and risks your life more)
    Due to it being properly molded, it should remain open enough to re-holster without you sticking your fingers inside it.
    Have the proper tilt (or cant) based on the location of carry. Your body's ergonomics and range of motion will dictate that.
    Assist you in keeping the gun concealed.

    Try that for starters.
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