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Old March 14th, 2011, 03:55 PM   #1
 
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A question about SR9c Holster...

Hi guys,

One quick question on SR9c holster.
I am looking for a simple IWB holster for SR9c, and I am wondering if a Desantis Sof-Tuck holster for Glock 26 will fit with SR9c.

It's this one.
DeSantis SOF-TUCK Inside The Waistband Holster Right Hand Glock 26, 27, 33, Walther PPS, PK380 Leather Brown - MidwayUSA

This is exactly what I am looking for: simple, inexpensive tuckable IWB holster with adjustable cant.
And it will be great if this one fit with SR9c.
Or, should I go with the one for Glock 19??

Your input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!!



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Old April 14th, 2012, 08:14 AM   #2
 
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A Question about SR9c Holster

DeSantis now makes a Sof-Tuck for the SR9c. I just received one for my Bersa Thunder .380 today, seems nice, they tell you to wear it around to break it in because the leather is a little stiff, also do not put any leather treatment on it, just wear it around the house. The adjustable cant is nice.
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Hey KYshohn...I have the model you speak of for my 9c and it works great. Just a little tight in the beginning but loosened up nicely after a week. Comfortable holster for $20 to $25.
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My son in law bought a soft tuck for his Lc9 and we both think that the gun is way to loose. Been trying to think of a way to tighten it up.
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Right now I'm very close to buying the horsehide crossbreed supertuck myself. Still trying to find that holster I saw a video review of that requires the gun to be slightly twisted to release it from the trigger guard lock. Seems more secure to me but I've also heard of people heating up the kydex on the supertuck to give it a bit more retention. It had better be phenomenal if I end up getting it cause for $85 its on the high end of what I was originally looking for. If anyone can remember that holster that looks like a supertuck but is a clear smoked plastic and requires a small twist to unholster, please let me know so I can compare to the crossbreed. Thanks.

Found it. Its the N82Tactical holster. And after a second look they don't make a pro series for an SR9c so I'll be putting in my order for the crossbreed shortly.

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The Sof-Tuck for the Shield also fits the SR9C... its leather, wet it wrap the pistol in platic wrap and mold it to fit, let it dry. Bazinga!
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And after a second look they don't make a pro series for an SR9c so I'll be putting in my order for the crossbreed shortly.
Actually, N82 makes a great SR9C holster. $69.95 plus shipping.
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I use the Sof-Tuck for my SR9c. It works fine.
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