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    Holster.. OWB, Kahr CW45.. Go...

    Suggestions? Anyone carry this weapon and what holster do you use? I have two great holsters for CC, but I'd like something OWB for OC perhaps..

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    The very limited selection of holsters available for the Kahr CW40 is one of the reasons I sold it. Not a bad gun, just didn't particularly like my open carry holster options. Because I believe Kahr intended for the cw40 and CW45 to be CC firearms IWB holsters seem to be what's more commonly available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevada carrier View Post
    The very limited selection of holsters available for the Kahr CW40 is one of the reasons I sold it. Not a bad gun, just didn't particularly like my open carry holster options. Because I believe Kahr intended for the cw40 and CW45 to be CC firearms IWB holsters seem to be what's more commonly available.
    I seem to be able to find a decent selection of holsters, but they are all listed to fit upto a CW40 (or P40, etc). While the dimensions of the CW45 are just a hair more.. I don't want to spend 80 bucks on a holster for the CW40, and have it just not quite fit the 45 correctly.

    .94 versus .98 thick and 6.32 versus 6.36 length.

    I am simply lookin for a comfortable OWB option, sorta planning for summertime. I don't think with my style of dress for summer, it is going to futile and uncomfortable to have an IWB holster. May as well be comfortable and OWB, OC or just my shirt covering the top with the bottom peekin out. (Which I think is still technically OC in Oregon).

    I do have a Ruger P95, however I did not purchase it with intent for carrying it much at all. Its just a heavy, ugly, wonderfully reliable 9mm that I love to take to go shooting.

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