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I bought me a new Smith and Wesson M&P 9mm the other day. AWESOME shooting gun. My duty gun is a Glock 19 but I like this gun alllllllllllot better. This is going to be my off duty/home security weapon. Now all I need is a good holster. Anyone have any good ideas? Looking at a Blackhawk level 3 holster for it but not sure yet.
 

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Im passively looking for another 9MM, I have a Colt Govt presently and it has a few rds through it but very few, I want to keep the round count low because you dont see many Colts in 9MM, I keep thinking about a XD as they are a nice sturdy gun at a reasonable price, my first 9MM was a Smith 669 way back in the day, sounds like you have a winner in your Smith.
 

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I have an M&P in a .40 and love it! 1450 rounds through it w/out a single hiccup. Looking to get one now in the .45. It Depends what you're wanting your holster for, But the Blackhawk w/ Serpa lock is a great holster, very comfortable, but doesn't allow very good concealment. It holds the gun too far off of you waist. I use it primarily when fishing, quads, hiking etc. I have a Desantis 3-tab with a thumb break that allows for excellent concealment, great comfort, and can be worn all day easily. If you get a blackhawk, you'll need to get the one for a glock 21,22. It fits the M&P nicely.
 

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The best holsters I have for the Kimber and S&W handguns I own are Galco. Check them out on line. I have quite a few of them and believe they are a quality holster. Coach
 

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I've been looking at the M&P 9mm. Glad to hear you like it. I currently carry a Sig P229 if I can cover it up......otherwise I have a little Kel-Tec
P38T that fits nicely in a pocket or under a T-shirt. I tried the Glocks, but the grip angle just didn't feel right in my hand
 

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I know a guy who carries a Smith airweight in a ankle holster(I couldnt tell until he showed me) and a Glock in the colder months, most of my handguns would probably be to big for CC use, when you get a CCW do you have to specify what gun you will be carrying???
 

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When you get your CCW permit you DO NOT have to specify, although the Sheriff that took my money and handed me my permit did ask out of curiosity I guess. We talked handguns and eventually rifles for a few minutes.

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Blackhawks are the best tactical holster you could ask for. I have carried one off duty for years. Why would you want a triple retention holster for off duty? Too much to think about when the ka ka hits the fan!
 
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