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    need IWB holster for KelTec PF9

    i am looking for a good IWB holster for my keltec PF9. i have a really small frame (im 5'5" 120lbs) so the less bulky the better. ideally im looking for a cantable one because i like to switch up carrying from my 8'clock position to my 2/3'clock position depending on what im wearing.

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    I have a Comp-Tac Minotaur Spartan ($64) that I use for the few times I like to deep conceal my PF9, but I would also reccomend maybe bumping up to the MTAC ($80) for an extra layer of leather comfort!

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    You might want to check out CrossBreed holsters.
    I have two of the QwikClip holsters for my KelTec P11 and my XD40. They are adjustable for cant.
    http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/Ho...%2cProductName
    Or maybe their SuperTuck.
    http://www.crossbreedholsters.com/Ho...%2cProductName

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    how easy is it to adjust the cant on the crossbreads and the MTAC?
    Last edited by hvtopiwala; 03-28-2011 at 12:42 PM.

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    Reasonably easy. A screwdriver is the only tool needed.
    Here is a pic of my P11 in a CrossBreed QwikClip. You can see the other mounting holes. Of course, you can add your own holes if you want.

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    I have a DeSantis Insider for my 709 Slim (it's about the same size as the PF9) and I think it works great. It's low-riding though, putting the grip nearly to the belt line and while the cant angle isn't exactly adjustable, it doesn't move around when you have it turned how you want it. I looked on DeSantis' website and see they have the same holster listed for the PF9 that I use for my Slim, so if you have any questions I'll do my best to answer them.

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    I make Holsters for the PF9. Guaranteed for life (materials and workmanship) Both for OC and deep cover.

    http://buffaloholstercompany.blogspo...g-holders.html
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    http://buffaloholstercompany.blogspot.com/ Concealment holsters IWB, SOB, and belt slide. Open Carry too. New from Buffalo Holster, Women's holsters for concealment and or belt carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by onlurker View Post
    I have a DeSantis Insider for my 709 Slim (it's about the same size as the PF9) and I think it works great. It's low-riding though, putting the grip nearly to the belt line and while the cant angle isn't exactly adjustable
    The new Desantis Sof-tuck is cant adjustable, they are the upgrade to the Insider, but they go for around the same price.
    http://www.desantisholster.com/store...ERS/sof-tucktm
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    is the soft-tuck solid form? like is it possible to reholster with one hand or do i have to open the holster each time i want to reholster?

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    The website sas the opening is reinforced with "premium saddle leather to assist in re-holstering." i don't believe it has and plastic or metal parts to hold the opening open.
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    I have a leather Galco IWB holster for my PF-9 that works well.

    This is not a holster to which you can re-insert the firearm safely without removing the holster. I put the holster on the PF-9 first, then carefully insert it into my waistband. This really hasn't been any kind of hindrance or source of frustration for me. It's pretty easy.

    It's low-profile and very concealable and just as good for OC (not in all States). It has a j-hook for the belt to hold it in place.

    I was going to post some pics of mine, but the site it telling my me image uploads are failing; however, it's not saying why. So, here's Galco's online catalog entry for their IWB for the PF-9:

    http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPG3.as...1759&GunID=469

    Something I've considered getting for my PF-9 is this, though I have some safety concerns about actually using it:
    http://www.keltecweapons.com/product...lip-stainless/

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    Check out the Remora holster, it might surprise you...no clip, no slip. Works great as long as you have a belt.

    http://www.remoraholsters.com/

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