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    Ok i have a S&W M&P 40c and i have my cpl i was just wondering if i should get a new holster for oc. I dont think i need a new one but just looking for opinions.
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    yeesh....i guess everyone got offline lol
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    What kind of holster do you currently use for CC? Even with a CPL I would still recommend an OWB holster with some type of active retention be it a Safariland, Serpa, BianchiCarry-lock,or a simple pancake holster with a retention strap.

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    This is what I am thinking about buying for my FNP9. It is going to cost almost half as much as my gun did. :what:

    I have 3 months to wait for a CPL so I want a highly visible holster with excellent retention (better than my hacked Serpa), but I couldnt decide between a tactical rig and a belt holster. The items below will give me 2 ways to wear the thigh rig and 2 different belt style holsters. The Quick Locking System pieces will allow me to quickly change from one to another.

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    Recoil88 wrote:
    Ok i have a S&W M&P 40c and i have my cpl i was just wondering if i should get a new holster for oc. I dont think i need a new one but just looking for opinions.
    I have S&W M&P 9, 9c, and 45 (all with Apex Tactical Sear Replacements).

    They all fit well within a Blackhawk Serpa Holster for OC. I also have Fobus Paddle Holsters for the full size ones. I utilize a Galco Summer Comfort IWB for CC.

    You might want to go to http://mp-pistol.com/boards/ and ask around there as well...
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    I carry a S&W M&P .40 Full and drop it in a serpa holster

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    I use a Galco holster for cc it is leather no strap or anything on it so i have quick access if a situation arises.
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    Recoil88 wrote:
    I use a Galco holster for cc it is leather no strap or anything on it so i have quick access if a situation arises.
    While there is no statute requiring an OCer to have a holster with active retention it is a widely held opinion in the OC community that it is a good idea to do so.

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    Bronson wrote:
    Recoil88 wrote:
    I use a Galco holster for cc it is leather no strap or anything on it so i have quick access if a situation arises.
    While there is no statute requiring an OCer to have a holster with active retention it is a widely held opinion in the OC community that it is a good idea to do so.

    Bronson
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    Thanks for the feed back guys.
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    American Boy With a Gun wrote:
    Bronson wrote:
    Recoil88 wrote:
    I use a Galco holster for cc it is leather no strap or anything on it so i have quick access if a situation arises.
    While there is no statute requiring an OCer to have a holster with active retention it is a widely held opinion in the OC community that it is a good idea to do so.

    Bronson
    Is there something you wanted to add?

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    lmao....i thought you were assuming that he used his non retention holster for OC, so i said something to the affect of "He uses his holster for CC"....but then i realized you were just generalizing that an OC holster should have retention...it was edited for stupidity on my part lol :P
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