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I'm becoming more and more inclined to open carry during my daily activities. The difficulty I'm having is finding a suitable holster. Most of what I've found is either very military/police or backwoods/western. I really want a holster that is subtle and stylish enough to blend in and fit with business dress in the city. It MUST have a thumbreak or other solid retention device. The real kicker is that it's not for a 1911, or a revolver, or a Glock. It has to fit my Kahr PM9, which I'm finding is not a popular pistol with holster makers.

I've looked at Southern Holsters, Galco, Fist, Fobus, and a few others, but none of them seem to fit the bill. Anyone else have any ideas?
 

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If you are looking for leather I would recommend Southern Holsters (he does not have a mold for mine otherwise I would have a Savannah) or Bianchi (spl) many good styles. But if you are into the modern plasitc/carbon you should look at the Blackhawk CQC with serpa, they come with belt loops and paddle.

Just my :2cents:
 

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I like Kramer holsters. Their IWB #3 is great for inside waist, and their belt scabbards and vertical scabbards are great for OWB. I also like their pocket holsters for my PM9 and MK9. I have their horsehide holsters which are very durable and comfortable.
 
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