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Old 09-03-2015, 10:34 AM   #21
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I'm using the next smaller size for mine. ...
Yeah the lack of cant is a problem for me, also. I wear it pretty much the middle of my back, almost above hip pocket. I need cant to get to it easily. I'll try the smaller size, too.

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Old 09-03-2015, 10:37 AM   #22
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I got a stealthgear down here in MUGGY Louisiana and it is AMAZING. Conceals awesome, breathes, and I am a small guy and no one has noticed it yet with 7rd mag.
I have the Stealthgear "Onyx", and find it's just 'too much holster' for such a small gun.
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Old 09-03-2015, 06:44 PM   #23
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On my Theis EZ Clip, yes it's a single clip holster, but it comes with adjustable cant at 15 degrees, the way the single clip is positioned on the holster it pulls the grip up close n tight to you, there is absolutely no printing and I wear rock n roll tight jeans n shirts, still can't tell, super comfortable and quality is top notch
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Old 09-05-2015, 09:56 AM   #24
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Do you prefer one over the other strictly based on comfort during carry? ...
I like them both, Garrett is slightly more comfortable but doesn't have options for WMLs, so the 8-miles are around for that.

The Garrett is also adjustable for cant and depth, so that is also a plus.

For a non-WML holster Garrett is my preference and what I recommend for people who aren't sure how they want the holster to sit (cant and depth-wise), because you can adjust it.

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Old 09-05-2015, 12:04 PM   #25
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Thanks Rhinowso!

I just ordered a Garrett Silent Thunder. They have a 20 percent off sale for Labor Day!
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Old 09-06-2015, 09:53 AM   #26
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I think you'll be very happy. I currently have 4 Silent Thunders and have owned 3 others that went when the firearms left.

I should have mentioned that I prefer the HD STD clip (HD Clip (Heavy Duty) - Garrett Industries, LLC) over the regular clip (Standard Clip - Garrett Industries, LLC) - it's just more durable long term if you take off your holster several times a day.

But don't worry the regular clips lasts awhile - I'd usually break one every 9-12 months and kept spares on hand until they came out with the HD clip a couple of years ago. But I'm hard on gear, I use it and if it breaks it breaks.
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Thanks. I have an ST IWB for my HK VP9 with the heavy duty clip but I ordered a regular clip this time to try out as I find the HD clip can be pretty difficult to get over my Beltman leather belt. Looking forward to getting it.
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Old 09-09-2015, 08:35 PM   #28
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Ah, I forgot about that - I use Wilderness belts these days but yes with a Beltman Leather the regular clip was much easier on the thicker belt.

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Old 09-16-2015, 12:31 PM   #29
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When I purchased my PPS I had a Galco Stow & Go Model STO656, which I purchased for my Ruger LC-9 (with laser). This holster works very well with the PPS and have used it for about 6 months. But the holster was looking tacky as the brown swede leather was turning black at the wear points. So I ordered the Galco Stow & Go Model STO652B which Galco says is made for the PPS (and other pistols) in black swede. I was disappointed with the holster they sent me. The gun does not go down deep enough into the Holster which makes the gun top heavy and canting outward. So I went back to using the old holster.
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Old 09-16-2015, 03:57 PM   #30
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Great holster recommendation Rhinowso!

I just got my Garret Silent Thunder IWB today for my PPS. Tried it out and am wearing it now. Very comfortable with the slim PPS at about 4:00 - standing, walking, sitting, driving, and lounging around. Easy on and off too!

Love the quality of Garrett. Covers trigger guard perfectly and completely.

Thanks again.



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