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    Suggestions on a Holster

    I have a Smith and Wesson M&P 40 and I am looking for a holster that goes inside the pants...Any suggestions on a website or style that works well.

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    I use uncle mikes inside waist band holsters and ive never had a problem for concealed (dont get the velcro closure ones though)

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    Desantis Tuck This is cheap and it works.

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    I carry a fullsize .45 in a Crossbreed Supertuck (crossbreedholsters.com). It works well, I want to try the Kholster (kholster.com), it is $20 cheaper and looks like it is a little more sturdy. Both not only ride IWB but are tuckable. When tucked it depends on your build and clothing for the day as to how much it prints.

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    Crossbreed Supertuck is all you need. They are plenty rugged.

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    Galco "Summer Comfort" has worked well for me over the past 3 years. I wear it 16 hrs. a day. The same holster has served me well for M&P 9, 40 and 45's.
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    I carry a full size XD 45 in a DeSantis IWB rig, at 6-o'clock

    Except for sitting in the car it's one of my most comfy rigs

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    Raven Concealment Phantom is another great option.

    http://www.ravenconcealment.com/products/holsters.html

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    +2 for the CrossBreed SuperTuck. I have one for my Ruger SR9 and one for a Taurus PT145. I can't imagine ever wanting another IWB.
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    Tucker Gun Leather

    If you're looking for a high quality IWB that you'll likely never replace look no further than Tucker Gun Leather. They'll make any of their holsters for just about any gun you can imagine.

    Tucker's Texas Heritage and The Answer models are both excellent options to consider. I carry an XD Subcompact .40 in a rough-out Texas Heritage whenever I CC and I have several friends who carry guns in The Answer (1 guy carries an XD & the other a 1911).

    In the Texas Heritage my gun rides securely and is always in the same place if/when I need to reach for it. The draw is stealthily silent & smooth, but there is still excellent retention for an open top, all leather IWB. Reholstering is a 2-handed operation, but I'm not LEO, so I don't worry about that too much.

    The Answer is an equally impressive holster as well.

    I spent a great deal of time trying to decide between the two, and even borrowed a friend's The Answer a while back for a comparison between it and my Texas Heritage. I've decided that its one of those "6 or 1/2 dozen" decisions where you can't go wrong either way. Some say it about LaRue, I say it about Tucker as well...

    "If Tucker is an option, Tucker is the answer."

    www.tuckergunleather.com

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    Take a look at this review:

    http://fromchaoscomescreation.blogsp...iew-fugly.html

    There's a link in said review to the sales website.

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    Comp-Tac MTAC or a Galco King Tuck.

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