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Old 01-05-2014, 11:46 AM   #1
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PPX in holsters

Lets see your PPX in its holster wether you carry it for CCW , or just on the range please . I carry mine in a cheap Uncle Mikes IWB and find it no harder to conceal than a any other guns including compacts .
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Old 01-06-2014, 05:47 PM   #2
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I have found a way to conceal carry in my pocket ..... yes,that's right, I said it ....in my pocket.
I bought this cheap Allen neoprene IWB holster and took off the crappy plastic clip.
http://www.smkw.com/large/knife/TAC44603_BACK.jpg I use the neoperene holster as a inside pocket holster.
I wear jeans for work made either by Carhartt or Redhead and found the pockets are plenty big enough to slip the PPX in . While it does look bulky the neoprene holster helps hide the shape. It is a bit of a trick to draw but the neoprene will grab the pocket material and will stay inside if I ever do need to withdraw it quickly.Definitely not keeping one in the tube this way.
I don't carry IWB very often because I'm very large and it's just too uncomfortable and don't like to open carry even though it's legal here.I am comfortable with it in my pocket as that how I conceal carry most of the time.



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Old 01-08-2014, 08:26 PM   #3
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My IMI Defense holster arrived today. It only took 11 days from the day I ordered it and 9 days from when it was shipped from Israel. I got the paddle and belt attachments. Also in the pic, my Bianchi double mag pouch I bought with an additional mag from Bigsupplyshop.
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I tried it on again today after work, hopefully I will ht the range Friday.
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Old 01-19-2014, 06:08 PM   #5
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Only the best... Custom built, ox blood leather!!!


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Old 02-11-2014, 09:00 AM   #7
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I also found that this Black Hawk #5 nylon holster works well. It was really tight at first but the nylon stretches.
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Old 02-12-2014, 04:52 AM   #8
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I wish Kusiak Leather made an owb holster for the PPX. I would surely buy one. They mainly do subcompacts and I love those I bought for our Shield and LC9.
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for the blackhawk #5 wrap your PPX in a dress sock then holster it for about and hour or 2 then it will slide in and out perfectly. Got that tip from a blackhawk service rep.
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"for the blackhawk #5 wrap your PPX in a dress sock then holster it for about and hour or 2 then it will slide in and out perfectly. Got that tip from a blackhawk service rep. "

That's a good piece of advice. It seems to stretch to the right size just buy shoving the gun all the way down and just leaving it in there without the sock anyway. I will have to remember to use this if I ever get another really tight Blackhawk holster
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