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Old March 22nd, 2017, 10:53 AM   #16
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Doug, can you post some pics of the holster you speak of...?
Not to jump on someone elses post but ...

https://www.concealmentexpress.com/c...nt=34308580099

I too am a fan, I actually use and love Stealhgear for all my carry pistols but do have a few of these, they are great for light guns, fast to slip in and out of the pants, I sometimes use them for my Kahr PM9 and my Shield.

Nothing fancy about them but they get the clip and the mold so right they are very comfortable. I can't say that about all Ebay Kydex holsters where the get the clip all wrong, either the clip is so low the grip of the gun is half way down your pants and you fumble for it or so hi the wight flip flops around with normal movement.
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image.jpeg Here is my M&P 9 Shield in the Concealment Express IWB holster.

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Old March 23rd, 2017, 01:21 AM   #18
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image.jpeg Another view of the holster
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Old March 23rd, 2017, 05:38 AM   #19
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Thank you for adding pics... right off the bat, i`m not a big fan of this holster... i would like the mag release protected by the holster. That way nothing could accidentally disengage the mag without me knowing it. Thanks again for adding the pics though.
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Ok, here are some pics of the Express Concealment Holster. I got mine from Amazon.com for $36.

It allows about 15 degrees of cant adjustment, and also how tight the gun stays in. Very comfortable and holds the gun very securely.
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Ok, here are some pics of the Express Concealment Holster. I got mine from Amazon.com for $36.

It allows about 15 degrees of cant adjustment, and also how tight the gun stays in. Very comfortable and holds the gun very securely.
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