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    Pocket Holsters

    In my continuing mania to provide ways to carry the Kimber Micro 9, I have been considering all types. I got the Outbags OWB model a few days ago and have been breaking it in with a wax paper wrapped pistol. Almost there on that one.

    I searched pocket holsters and found a seller on EBay from a seller named "Techlocook" ..his EBay handle. He's on FB as waszcustomholsters and works out of Inverness, FL. The holster pictured was 24.00 plus tax...25.50 net delivered. It's leather and suede lined and the workmanship is great. No affiliation other than a satisfied customer. Shipping is fast, the USPS not so much.

    I also received my Sticky Holster for the pistol (said I was going crazy). It's a "Blem" and I cannot find out why it would have flunked QC. Don't be afraid to save yourself a few bucks if you go to buy a Sticky. Search "blem" on the website.


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    I'm really interested in that gun! How does it handle and shoot. It looks like it would be a little snappy.

    I currently have a PT-145 That I refuse to part with. Is it comparable in recoil?

    I know 45 against 9mm but the 9 is much smaller.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 45 Forever View Post
    I'm really interested in that gun! How does it handle and shoot. It looks like it would be a little snappy.

    I currently have a PT-145 That I refuse to part with. Is it comparable in recoil?

    I know 45 against 9mm but the 9 is much smaller.
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    I'm putting them in a 10" circle at 50' and the recoil isn't something that would lead one to limit practice. I've not had any issues wit too loose of a grip either. I have the TCP and the felt recoil is less than that and I wanted an upgrade from the .380 auto. Little blaster that fits in the palm of your hand. The eight round mags give a much improved grip over the 6 rounders which fit flush. I'll probably carry with the six +1 configuration for the ability to hide it and have two backup 8 round mags.
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    That looks like a nice set up I'm also looking for a smaller carry pistol but Kimber is a little out of my budget. I should have probably bought one instead of another full size 1911SS 45 ACP
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    Quote Originally Posted by muddcatt54 View Post
    That looks like a nice set up I'm also looking for a smaller carry pistol but Kimber is a little out of my budget. I should have probably bought one instead of another full size 1911SS 45 ACP
    Someone in another post Shopping for a new gun is fun!
    The Springfield 911 9mm is a little less expensive and is a very close pistol to the Kimber.

    https://www.handgunhero.com/compare/...gfield-911-9mm

    420.00 with two mags and tritium sights...plus shipping

    https://www.smga.com/springfield-arm...9mm-black-5137

    The Kimber can be had for 448.00 with one mag, three dot sights and free shipping.

    https://familyfirearms.com/product/k...d-ss-shot-spec
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    Funny, my Kimber spent some time in it's pocket holster today.

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    Both of those are some nice pocket rigs! Lol, I just use the provided Ruger ones that came with my LCP's.
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    You may want to check out Alabama Holster. I got one for my tiny Seecamp .32 and I love it! Especially in hot weather. My Del Fatti in cooler weather.

    https://www.alabamaholster.com/produ...ocket-holster/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gebo View Post
    You may want to check out Alabama Holster. I got one for my tiny Seecamp .32 and I love it! Especially in hot weather. My Del Fatti in cooler weather.

    https://www.alabamaholster.com/produ...ocket-holster/
    We had a discussion a few months back with the OP swearing that Kydex pocket holsters were the way to go for concealability. Others want a softer feel both against their leg and to protect the finish on the gun. I bought an "Elite Survival" off EBay for my Taurus 605 on the recommendation of a member here for coat pocket carry in the colder months. I like that one a lot and it was under 17 bucks.

    Welcome to the forum from Northern Illinois!
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    I'm thinking about maybe retiring the Ruger LCP at some point and buying a Springfield Hellcat for pocket carry. Bigger caliber, more rounds, and about the same size gun. If I do that, I'll be interested in a rig like you have, that looks really good. Does the shape of the holster break up the printing enough to where it doesn't look like a gun you have?
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