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Old January 16th, 2014, 05:03 AM   #1
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Berretta replaced by LC9

Just purchased an LC9 to replace my model 21 Berretta as my main carry gun. I looked at the SR9c and the LCP, but the SR9c is a bit larger than I like and a 380 is a bit too much like the 22 I've been carrying.
My daughter carries her SR9c in her purse and it's a good match. My companion when I'm driving is an SR40 in the console, but my on person carry has been a Berretta 21.
I was curious if anyone has found any particular holsters best for the LC9, the Berretta is small enough to fit almost anywhere. I prefer waist band cross draw.



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Old January 16th, 2014, 05:58 AM   #2
 
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Congrats on the LC9; the SR9c with the 10 shot clip w/Hornady Critical Defense is not oversized either...
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Do a search on the LC9, there is a lot of info in this site. Some people have had some problems with it.
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I too chose the LC9 to replace my 21A but the 21A still has it's place...I use a Talon holster IWB for my LC9 but think there may be better and more comfortable holsters out there; I'm looking too.
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We have the bobcat 21a,LCR22 and the LC9.
I like the Ritchies holsters especialy for the LC9.
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Congratulations on your LC9. I recommend either Crossbreed Holsters CrossBreedŽ Holsters or White Hat Holsters White Hat Holsters... gun gear for the GOOD guys! for IWB carry. I carry my LC9 in a Crossbreed MiniTuck and my SR9c in a White Hat MaxTuck. I find both the LC9 and the SR9c with the 10 round magazine great for concealed carry.
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Remora and N82 pro.
IWB, appendix or crossdraw.
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