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The exact class I'm taking is the NRA Basic Pistol Course. I was just wondering what I could expect besides learning a whole lot of stuff :)

Also I was wondering which holster would be the 'best' for a Taurus 24/7 Pro C 9mm. I'm looking for IWB and OWB. I know there is a few threads here about holsters and such but I was wondering if anyone has any goob/bad experiences with holsters for that particular gun. I'm about 5'4 150lbs. if that makes any difference. Thanks everyone!
 

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I don't wanna say money isn't an issue but I want a good holster I've always been a big believer in you get what you pay for.
 

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I have seen a few mixed reviews on Kholster (have a friend that has a kholster and his gun is not super tight).....nothing but good reviews on both tucker, crossbreed(I just ordered one). I know the tuckers are more expensive but are very VERY nice looking.
 

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Definitely! I'm stoked it's tomorrow morning. I think I'm leaning towards the crossbreed holsters, probably for both my Beretta and my Taurus (Taurus first though)
 

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There is one other company that my buddy only uses and I just remembered it. www.comp-tac.com. They make a very nice holster and I think that he has had his for almost 2 years and it still looks brand new.

That will give you a few options....like I said I just bought a crossbreed and I will post it once I get it.
 

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Thanks for all the options for a good holster! I just got back from my class 98%!!! So needless to say I'm stoked :D
 

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Congrats on the score! :D
 

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mavmech13 said:
Thanks for all the options for a good holster! I just got back from my class 98%!!! So needless to say I'm stoked :D
Nice work
 

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Thanks for the kind words :) It was actually fairly easy, thats not to say I didn't learn a lot because I did. I'm fairly a gun newbie so the class expanded my knowledge considerably, it made me want to learn more. Next step though...practice, practice, then more practice.
 
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