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    Looking for a good IWB holster.

    I'm relatively new to concealed carry and looking for a good IWB holster. I've read a lot of ads and forum threads, and am somewhat confused. Any information or recommendations would be appreciated. I will be carrying a Kel-Tec PF9. Does anyone know anything about High Noon Holsters? Also, have received a lot of recommendations for the Supertuck by Crossbreed. Finally, has anyone had any experience with the Cell Pal.

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    I use a High Noon "Mr. Softy" holster for my P32, Very good holster, good price and fast service.

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod..._mr_softy.html
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    I use Comp-Tac CTAC for all my guns (that are not 1911's. Somehow, for me, a 1911 demands leather).

    Kydex IWB with adjustable cant. http://www.comp-tac.com

    They have a holster for your Kel-Tec.

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    Don't know about the rest but Cell Pal is junk. Don't waste your money on it.
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    I recently purchased the Crossbreed Supertuck and have nothing but good things to say about it. Carries the gun well, excellent hardware, wide spacing on the clips provides excellent stability, super comfortable and very concealable.

    I know High Noon Holsters has an excellent reputation so you probably won't go wrong with them.

    I believe the Crossbreed is less expensive, probably due to their design being simpler, but it works very well.

    I have heard from multiple sources pager pal and cell pal are just not that good.
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    Crossbreed is good, but what matters is WHY it is good
    1- CB spreads the weight out
    2- CB has a custom outer shell (holds the gun in tight)
    3- CB has a big leather backing (soft on your hip)
    4- CB has very little stacked on the weapon (better concealment)
    5- CB presents your weapon in an ergonomic and reliable place

    Now, there are other holsters that do all that (Tucker and KHolster come to mind) but those are all important qualities … the cell pal has approximately zero of those points, and high noon (if I'm remembering right) puts the clip on the gun and doesn't have the custom mold or comfort backing.

    Of course, nothing will work with a cheap belt … some people would say the belt is more important than the holster … I'd say it is as important, myself.
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    Im sure the Crossbreed will work great for you. I currently have 3 and they are literally the most comfortable IWB holsters available IMO.

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    Have you considered the offerings from http://www.theholsterstore.net/ ? I have now purchased a total of 6 IWB's from them for various guns. Leather, snaps, 15 deg forward cant, quality, great service. I ordered for my Taurus PT145 on Wednesday/Thursday last week and received today. ymmv but this has been my consistent experience with them. Pro Carry Deep Comfort including shipping $52.85.
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    RevDerb: The link would not work for me.

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    Remove the space.

    theholsterstore.net


    Also check out d.m bullard's dual carry holster. I tried a bunch of IWB holsters before I found his dual carry, including the kholster. I now have 3 of them.

    http://www.dmbullardleather.com/

    http://www.mcssl.com/store/dmbullard...tegory/5060221
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    RevDerb: The link would not work for me.

    Michael
    Fixed.Sorry.
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    I ordered a crossbread [still waiting] holster. I have a kholster though and love it. I also have a cell pal [or something like it]. Haven't used it much.
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    Hey there I B Packin...

    Give a product called The Fugly a look....

    www.dragonleatherworks.com

    Its REALLY comfortable for an IWB. If your state allows OC, the design of the Fugly allows for it to stay IWB, and you tuck your shirt behind it, completely exposing the gun, thus OC'ing. The two-toned Tobacco Burst finish is classic, and will look great when carrying exposed.

    I carry my XD-40 4" Service model all day in the thing, and even with an oversize but thin t-shirt, there is no printing.

    And it's under $40...

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