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Received my black Belt Slide holster for the P380 today. Perfect minimalist holster and the fit is 1st class. Matter of fact, it's like it was made just for this gun.....oh yeah- it was!
No interference while doing anything even driving. An all-occasion carry option for me, takes very little to cover gun and holster.
My rating is- expensive but seemingly worth it. Nice.
 

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While driving, I hang my P380 from the rear-view mirror. It's so cute hanging there reflecting the sunlight. Not really, but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night.

I have a slide for my G19, but for what ever reason, I don't use it very much. In fact not at all anymore. It does take up a little space in my holster storage box.

I'm thinking about a Garrett Appendix Carry kydex/leather for my P380 and one for my TP45. I'll likely pass because of the price.
 

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Sure would like to see pictures of your Holsters if you have the time. I have a Rosen for my K9 and like it. What I like better though is a very comfortable Ross Holster out of Tampa. I'll have to furnish a pic. I think it the best holster I have. Rides the right height and angle. About a 3 week wait.

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Is that the Rosen in the pic there bob
 

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Here you go sailer-
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Like to see a pic of the Ross too. Probably anything other than shoved down the front of your pants with the slide back would be comfortable with this little piece.
Dale, you are moving up the list of "guy I would most like to sit down and drink a beer or ten with" lol.
 

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Ok I remember you posting that a while ago, it's really nice...bob
 

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Yes and I like it as it is comfortable to carry. K9 is heavy though and therefor limited. You being used to carrying 1911's probably wouldn't notice it especially being trapezoidal shaped. Does it hang just over the edge on ride on top?
 

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Over the edge...
 

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Yes I know that but the trigger is still uncovered. My fears may be minimal MY law of averages stats of will it/won't it aren't good, eg, you would think plugging in a large/small prong lamp plug to a electrical large/small wall socket I'd get it rotated right at least 50% of the time???? uh-uh doesn't happen.
 
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Yes I know that but the trigger is still uncovered. My fears may be minimal MY law of averages stats of will it/won't it aren't good, eg, you would think plugging in a large/small prong lamp plug to a electrical large/small wall socket I'd get it rotated right at least 50% of the time???? uh-uh doesn't happen.
I look at the plug first. This increases the probability to over 90%. Seriously, this is the only gun I would carry in a pocket due to the loooonnnng DAO pull. My pro carry will fire if you breathe on it hard!
 

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I've been looking at this for a 380 maybe. I don't like the trigger being exposed though
Actually Bob the trigger is not exposed in the traditional sense. It is cradled like a sandwich between two elevated sections on the holster itself. This way the trigger is locked in place and can not move.

If you already knew this, then forgive me of my presumptions.
 

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You both are right. I was just sitting here half in/half out of a dream and was looking at the trigger staring me in the face. My typing fingers were quicker than my brain.
 

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I've got a Mitch Rosen for my K9 too and have been very pleased with it. Very comfortable to wear and my P9 fits it perfectly as well. Those grips on your K9 are probably the best looking ones I've seen Bob.
 

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Thank You Kahr54 and nice to hear from you. I chose to have them skip-checkered so more of the wood grain shows and done by Bawanna. He did a great job.
 
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Bawanna does some really nice work! :getdown:
 

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Indeed he does. That is the only gun I have with wood grips or I would have more custom grips.
 
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