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Thread: Cm9 owb winthrop vs braids

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    Default Cm9 owb winthrop vs braids

    Looking for a under $50 leather owb. Never worn a leather pancake holster before ( normally wear kydex). I have narrowed it down to the Winthrop and a Braids pancake. Looking for any insight or customer pictures of the two, open to other option in that price range also. Trying to keep it on a budget till I figure out if I will even like leather.

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    http://www.ubgholsters.com/styled-13...=0&sort=normal

    I have the Bonneville. Very well made holster. I have one made for my CM9 w/ct laser.
    $65 so its a little out of your range but you'll probably have it for many years. Good luck!

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    Any pictures dirtkicker?

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    I have a Braids OWB for my Shield and it is well made. Thick leather, well-formed with good retention. I donít think youíll be disappointed with Braids.

    Come to think of it I also have his OWB for my 3 inch SP101. Same comments apply.

    muggsy: Let's face it, being shot by a .380 will ruin anyone's day.

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    [QUOTE=Kn0ck4times;401666]Any pictures dirtkicker

    No, sorry. Just click on the link. The bonneville is a little different from when I got mine anyway.

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    I just received a Winthrop OWB pancake for my PM9. It is a great fit and seems to be a quality holster. It is my second Winthrop holster the first was for and XDs 45 that I have worn off and on for couple of years. I would recommend it for the price.

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    Slimlawson how much of the trigger gaurd is covered? Ive seen a wide range in their holsters from half to all of trigger covered. Thanks.

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    I recently purchased an IWB for my PM45, made in Eastern Europe, took 4 weeks to get it but it's a nice holster. Slightly higher than your budget, but comes with a 5 year warranty.
    They also have OWB pancake styles.
    https://www.craftholsters.com/kahr-cm9-holsters

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    Saw this on ebay this morning, reasonable price.
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/DESANTIS-MI...temCondition=4
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    There is about 1/2" of the trigger guard where it attaches to the grip that is not covered by the holster This allow for a good grip on the pistol for the draw. 100% of the trigger is covered by the holster and the pistol is held very secure.

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