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This is a discussion on M&P Shield - IWB Hoster Recommendations? within the Concealed Carry Discussion forums, part of the Main Category category; I recently (aka "finally") got my M&P Shield 9mm. Now I'm looking for a holster for it. This will actually ...

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    I recently (aka "finally") got my M&P Shield 9mm. Now I'm looking for a holster for it. This will actually be my first holster for concealed carry so I'm at a loss for what to look for. While I'm particularly looking for feedback from other M&P Shield owners, all feedback is welcome.

    Anyone used a Versacarry before? Just saw it in a recent magazine, and they looked interesting.

    Again, I appreciate your feedback!

    Todd

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    Check out old faithful, they just added the shield. I have one for my 24/7 and love it.

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    I would recommend a Crossbreed Super Tuck or Mini Tuck. I have a Super Tuck for my Kimber 1911 and will be getting a Mini Tuck for my Shield as soon as I get it.

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    I do have the Versacarry and love it for what it is, an inexpensive and minimalist holster that is easily concealable. My Crossbreed Qwikclip (better for appendix carry than miniclip) might be more comfortable for all day use but I tend to use my Versacarry about half the time, more for short trips out and back home.

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    I carry the M&P Shield 9mm and use an IWB holster made by Tommy Theis. It's very comfortable and the weapon virtually disappears at the 4-5 o'clock position. Check it out at Theis Holsters on the web.

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    I carry an M&P 40c using the Galco Triton Kydex holster. I just started carrying last December and so far this is the only holster I use for CCW. It's a good every day holster for me.
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    I just received my S&W M&P 9mm Shield Holster from Hidden Hybrid Holsters. This is a high quality holster. Suede backing. A nice professional stitch along the perimeter. Adjustable tension kydex mold. Cant adjustable as well. Works for IWB and OWB. The comfort level is awesome. Reasonable price. I researched alot of holsters and I'm glad I decided on this one. The only downside is the 6 week turnaround time. They are in high demand right now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stammkyle81 View Post
    I would recommend a Crossbreed Super Tuck or Mini Tuck. I have a Super Tuck for my Kimber 1911 and will be getting a Mini Tuck for my Shield as soon as I get it.
    Agree on the Super Tuck. I have 3 for various weapons I carry.
    .....T. Ray

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    I carry in a High Noon Closing Argument.

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    Thanks Everyone - lots of good stuff for me to look at! :)

    Todd

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