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Fits my 609 like a glove prior to break in. It slightly rubs the safety when in safe position, but not enough to be a problem. Draws and reholsters nicely, rough side out to keep it in your pants.

Under $30 on amazon. Can be bought in black/tan right/left.

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Galco Stow N Go. Specific model is STO444, designed for the springfield XD/XDM compact (3 inch)

This will fit any of the railed midsize poly pistols. First gen milleniums (railed models), 24/7c, 609/638, 809c

The 4 inch version should fit the full size 24/7 and 809.
 

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Nice! I too like Galco, and also Tagua Holsters
 

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I like Galco. Unfortunately I couldn't find a Stow N Go to fit my Charter Arms PitBull.
 
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Thanks for the info!! Does it hold its shape pretty well?
 

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I don't care much for soft holsters. Re-holstering is a pain on the range. Looks nice other than it looks soft.
 
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Looks similar to my DeSantis SofTuck except for the lack of a stiffened opening and an adjustable J-Hook belt clip.
 

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I don't care much for soft holsters. Re-holstering is a pain on the range. Looks nice other than it looks soft.
It's not as soft as it looks. I have a couple.

I am wearing my PT 1911 in one right now. I had to go into a 30.06 location and I unholstered and reholstered after very easily. It has a neck on it that holds its shape when empty, helping reholstering. I also have one for my M85UL when I carry her IWB.
 
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dear god I can't even see the picture...its enormous. Resize please. I would like to see what you are talking about but its 5 times the size of my screen
 

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Thanks for the info!! Does it hold its shape pretty well?
As in after you draw? Yes. Top part is molded to keep it open. I did several draw/holster drills after i got it, and i can reholster one handed.

I don't care much for soft holsters. Re-holstering is a pain on the range. Looks nice other than it looks soft.
See previous reply. Top is molded, rest of it is soft. Allows for reholstering, even if the pants are tight.

Looks similar to my DeSantis SofTuck except for the lack of a stiffened opening and an adjustable J-Hook belt clip.
I've tried a few with J hooks, and I liked them. My only issue on this is the fact that on a duty width belt, its a pain to get back off. The opening is stiffened though, read above.

dear god I can't even see the picture...its enormous. Resize please. I would like to see what you are talking about but its 5 times the size of my screen
Must be your settings. It looks fine on both my computers including the 11 inch and on mobile. It resized for the width of the screen until i clicked to see the full size.
 

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I looked at the Stow-n-go fro my 380. They thing that swayed me to the Desantis Sof-tuk was the adjustable cant. I like to carry "FBI Cant" at a minimum.
 
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