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Old 04-11-2008, 09:50 PM   #1
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Kramer IWB#2 arrived today

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The Kramer IWB arrived today, plus a single mag holder.
Pics to follow, but probably not as soon as we would like.
Very comfortable and excellent workmanship. That's what I expected. I've been buying from him since 1992.....
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Old 04-11-2008, 11:08 PM   #2
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The Kramer IWB arrived today, plus a single mag holder.
Pics to follow, but probably not as soon as we would like.
Very comfortable and excellent workmanship. That's what I expected. I've been buying from him since 1992.....
How can you post something like that without pics!
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Old 04-12-2008, 12:21 AM   #3
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Great to hear Malysh! Get pics up asap! I'd love to see it
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Old 04-12-2008, 11:59 AM   #4
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How can you post something like that without pics!
When you see how poorly I take pics you'll be sorry!
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When you see how poorly I take pics you'll be sorry!
If you cant point a camera then maybe guns isnt such a good hobby for you! LOL! kidding.

PICS PLEASE

I'll settle for a cell phone pic.
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Malysh,

Mine was delivered yesterday as well - I remember we ordered about the same time. I got a black IWB #2 and a mag pouch, both in horsehide. The quality is good; thanks much for the Kramer recommendation.
I also ordered a Milt Sparks VM-2 and a mag pouch in cordovan for the PPS about a week ago. It should be here in November. Anyway, here's a couple of pics of the Kramer:


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Old 04-12-2008, 10:43 PM   #7
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Aren't these leather holsters negatively impacting one of the great features of the Police Pistol SLIM?

I love my Versa Max II's, but for this thin pistol I'm thinking kydex, and the thinner the better.
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While leather might not be as thin as kydex, it is more comfortable for all day carry and for sitting in the car
it is a trad off ... no doubt kydex is here to stay and my P7 rides in a Blade-Tech Kydex holster every day for right now.... as soon as my VMII is here for it though I will switch to it just like I did with the P99

For the guys with the #2
how is the grip when the PPS is holstered??
I did have a #3 for my PSP... and while it was a great holster I could not stand how Kramer had placed the loops and how I could not get a propper grip on the right side of the gun. I went back to the Blade-Tech while waiting for the Sparks.... how long was your wait on this holster ??
Ok here is a pic of the #3 for the P7... I marked the area where there was too much leather on the #3..... I think from the looks of it it might be much better on the #2 PPS holster....
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Old 04-13-2008, 08:02 PM   #9
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While leather might not be as thin as kydex, it is more comfortable for all day carry and for sitting in the car
it is a trad off ... no doubt kydex is here to stay and my P7 rides in a Blade-Tech Kydex holster every day for right now.... as soon as my VMII is here for it though I will switch to it just like I did with the P99

For the guys with the #2
how is the grip when the PPS is holstered??
I did have a #3 for my PSP... and while it was a great holster I could not stand how Kramer had placed the loops and how I could not get a propper grip on the right side of the gun. I went back to the Blade-Tech while waiting for the Sparks.... how long was your wait on this holster ??
Ok here is a pic of the #3 for the P7... I marked the area where there was too much leather on the #3..... I think from the looks of it it might be much better on the #2 PPS holster....
I understand what you are referring to with the belt loop arrangement and the right hand on the Kramer holsters. I've been using this model for years for various guns. It's not a problem for me. My index finger is always extended straight out when I go to grab the butt and my knuckles have sufficient clearance when making the grip.
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UC - Kramer will tell you 4 weeks. It'll probably take a week longer.
Somebody mentioned in a previous post they will expedite the order in 2 weeks for an extra $25.00
I'm too cheap to do that. 4-5 weeks is very good for the top holster makers.
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