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Thread: Wow - Kusiak Holster for CM9

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoundrel View Post
    Yeah, I figured it was worth the risk.
    Do you tuck in the t-shirt, and how visible does that make the grip?
    My reference to a t-shirt means I tuck it in, put on the holster, and cover with a Hawaiian type shirt or light jacket. I can (but rarely do) wear just an un-tucked light shirt over the holster, with the gun/holster against my skin with no problems. Normally in the case that it's too hot for anything more than a t-shirt or polo, the CM9 goes in the front pocket! Once you get the holster, play around with positions & clothing combos (while the gun is un-loaded) and you'll get a feel for what I'm talking about. In regards to the grip on any weapon I carry, I used to worry about it in the beginning, but now I don't worry about it showing, as you'll find most people won't notice anyway! Obviously, the tighter the shirt, the more the grip can be noticed. Hence, exactly why I like Hawaiian shirts in any kind of weather!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi 117 View Post
    My reference to a t-shirt means I tuck it in, put on the holster, and cover with a Hawaiian type shirt or light jacket. I can (but rarely do) wear just an un-tucked light shirt over the holster, with the gun/holster against my skin with no problems. Normally in the case that it's too hot for anything more than a t-shirt or polo, the CM9 goes in the front pocket! Once you get the holster, play around with positions & clothing combos (while the gun is un-loaded) and you'll get a feel for what I'm talking about. In regards to the grip on any weapon I carry, I used to worry about it in the beginning, but now I don't worry about it showing, as you'll find most people won't notice anyway! Obviously, the tighter the shirt, the more the grip can be noticed. Hence, exactly why I like Hawaiian shirts in any kind of weather!
    I "hide" my existing OWB holster with a cellphone pouch in front of it and that helps, but people still notice if I'm not wearing an overshirt. I'm working toward trying to carry with a tucked t-shirt, even if I have to tuck it loosely and let some folds of fabric cover the grip.

    I tried out a Desantis holster at the store that was really low, but it was uncomfortable and I had to do some serious digging to get a couple of fingers around the grip.

    Well, I'll try this one out and see. Maybe I just need to lose some weight so I can wear a tucked t-short and an overshirt without sweating a river.
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    Kusiak emailed me that he doesn't make a holster specifically for the CM9. What model fits the same as a CM9..??
    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guido4198 View Post
    Kusiak emailed me that he doesn't make a holster specifically for the CM9. What model fits the same as a CM9..??
    Thanks.
    From Kusiak's web site, the model we're talking about is for the PM series, specifically the PM9 & PM40. It will work for the CM series also!

    http://www.kusiakleather.com/store.html
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    Thanks Yogi

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    Thanks Yogi. I just ordered one for my CM9. On the site, it says he uses Herman Oak leather. Definitely a step up from more common holsters. Not a bad price, either.

    I'll post my impressions here after I have it and have worn it.
    Very interesting...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JFootin View Post
    Thanks Yogi. I just ordered one for my CM9. On the site, it says he uses Herman Oak leather. Definitely a step up from more common holsters. Not a bad price, either.

    I'll post my impressions here after I have it and have worn it.
    As I know you're a huge PJHolster fan, as am I, I think you'll like this one just as well. Granted, it's a straight drop holster, but it does allow you to carry pretty much anywhere you want, to include crossdraw while driving (for a righty)! Easy on & off...easy draw & re-holstering...not quite as thin as the PJ, but very comfy just the same! Look forward to your thoughts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yogi 117 View Post
    I hear ya. I got lucky & found a used PJHolster on this forum & the seller thru in a Pocket DeSantis Super Fly & the Kusiak, all for $50. A Happy Camper was I, for sure, as I use all 3 holsters!
    I'm still waiting on mine. You really got a deal!
    Very interesting...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JFootin View Post
    I'm still waiting on mine. You really got a deal!
    Thanks my friend. Yours will be there before you know it. Here's to another holster meeting your needs.
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    New guy here in the Kahr world. In the state of Ohio it is illegal to carry in a place of worship, not sure I would chance it either. But that hoslter is a nice one for the money. Nothing more embarrasing than your piece comeing out at the wrong time. I use the Remora sticky holsters and love them. No belt clip at all, just a sticky outside material to grip to your clothing and it holds tight. The nice thing about not haveing a belt clip is you can position it any way you want to, I love that you can cant at any angle, or place in any position on your waist, you don't have to worry about a belt loop being in the way, ride it as high or low as you want. Very comfortable holster. I have 8 of these for various pistols I own, I like the ones with the Kydex top support the best for IWB. I just received one for my MK40 and it also fits my M&P Shield 40 like it was made for it. Maybe better than it fits the Kahr.

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