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M&P40 HOLSTERS?????

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by marine_0341, Mar 14, 2007.

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  1. marine_0341

    marine_0341 TS Member

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    DOES ANYONE KNOW OF A 3 SLOT PANCAKE OR PADDLE HOLSTER OR ANY TYPE OF CUSTOM HOLSTER FOR THE M&P40? EVEN TRYING TO GOOGLE IT TURNS UP NOTHING.
     
  2. marine_0341

    marine_0341 TS Member

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    IT SEEMS NOBODY MAKES A LEATHER HOLSTER FOR THE M&P40
     
  3. ccw1911

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    Midway has a few of them.
     
  4. dsm80

    dsm80 TS Member

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    MARINE,

    THANK YOU FOR SERVING!

    Try this link to a large number of holster makers: http://forum.m1911.org/showthread.php?t=4800

    Where are you located? What is your holster purpose? What is your timetable for a holster? Maybe I can offer some advice

    David Muff
     
  5. smittystuff

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    Try High Noon Holsters, they have them, can be expensive but they make good stuff.

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/
     
  6. marine_0341

    marine_0341 TS Member

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    I live in Kansas and I am looking for a good CCH holster for the M&P40. Most companies that have them are back ordered/out of stock. I realize it is a newer model and holsters haven`t quite caught up yet.
     
  7. Phil E

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    Try Midway, for one (see above.) They have Bianchi leather pancakes, among others like the Fobus paddle, which is very comfortable, and very cheap. I don't believe Kramer makes an M&P pancake (yet) but I believe Milt Sparks and Don Hume both make what you're after. Tim Wegner at Blade Tech is sticking pretty much to Kydex, in case it's leather you want. He does make a wonderful paddle that you forget you're even wearing, for the M&P. Google 'em. The paddles don't tuck in as tight as a pancake, and for me neither conceals like a horsehide Kramer IWB, my most favoritist. Phil E
     
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