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Old 05-18-2011, 15:25   #1
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Kel-tec iwb options? Opinions? Whatever...

Ok so I was just wanting to get some opinions on iwb carry of the p32 and p3at. I have both of love them. The 32 might edge of the 380 but a micro margin. But regardless I love both and have decided not to carry anything bigger during the summer for wanting to go as light as possible. During the summer when I'm not working 99.9% of the time I will be in shorts, tshirt, and flip flops. When I am working I really don't have to worry about it as I'm usually armed quite well.*

During the winter and cooler months when I'm not working I carry a Glock27 iwb in a crossbreed holster. I have been debating whether or not to get a crossbreed for one of my kel-tecs for summertime carry. But I'm just wondering if such a small pistol really needs that much in the way of concealment and comfort.*

I'm thinking about getting one of those desantis soft tuck holsters. I really like that it's cantable and seems to be made very well. Just wanting some inputs if anyone has the crossbreed for the small kel-tecs and it's really worth it over getting just a smaller comfortable iwb holster.

Oh and by the way pocket carry is completely out of the question for me. I hate pocket carry. Won't go into why... Just not fan. *
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Old 05-19-2011, 21:50   #2
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I carry a PF-9 daily and my holster of choice these days for IWB and pocket carry is the remora holster. I don't think your going to find a more comfortable holster anywhere. The only downside for some is that it doesn't have anything holding it to your belt. It does have an outside similar to a desantis nemesis but way more tacky. I can jump up and down and do cartwheels and it won't move. If you can't get past that then check out basement holsters. It's all kydex and has a belt loop. It's not as comfortable as the remora but it's definitely not uncomfortable. It's very solid in construction and you can easily re-holster it with one hand. The remora has an option for a reinforced top so you can re-holster with one hand but it will cost you a little extra. As far as concealment goes they both hide very well. The remora is a little bit better but not by much. Since the basement holster has a belt loop the snap on the belt loop sometimes prints but if somebody saw that I doubt the first thing on their mind would be is that your carrying.

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Old 05-23-2011, 20:42   #3
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I have a kydex type one for my P3AT made by Center of Mass. I like it. I can barely feel it in the waistband. Draws real slick as well.
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Old 05-24-2011, 19:08   #4
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I have a DeSantis Nemesis for my P32. It fits great in the front pocket of khakis shorts or jeans. Cheap holster if you want to try it out.
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Old 06-18-2011, 15:34   #5
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Late to the party, but I'm a fan of the KT belt clip.

Never understood why some would go with one of the thinnest firearms made, then chunk it up with an 8th to a quarter inch of leather IWB.

Not throwing stones, and to each his own, but I never understood it.

That said, some will consider the clip as a less than safe carry method as the trigger is not covered. I feel it 100% safe for my my use.

@ $16 it's a cheap try-out that you can readily sell if it ain't your bag, and it really does highlight just how light and thin that little mousegun is.

Something to consider
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Old 06-22-2011, 09:07   #6
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Late to the party, but I'm a fan of the KT belt clip.

Never understood why some would go with one of the thinnest firearms made, then chunk it up with an 8th to a quarter inch of leather IWB.

Not throwing stones, and to each his own, but I never understood it.

That said, some will consider the clip as a less than safe carry method as the trigger is not covered. I feel it 100% safe for my my use.

@ $16 it's a cheap try-out that you can readily sell if it ain't your bag, and it really does highlight just how light and thin that little mousegun is.

Something to consider
I have the clip and use it but with thin clothing or an un-tucked shirt the gun is not comfortable. A thin leather iwb holster just pads my tender skin! LOL
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