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Conceal Carry for H&K VP9 recommendations

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by Dr. HK, Dec 21, 2016.

  1. Dr. HK

    Dr. HK Sharpshooter

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    I am a big guy and I would like to conceal carry for H&K VP9. I am looking for recommendations with specific websites, brand, model for those that have carried a VP9.

    For reference I am used to a Ruger LCP, LCR, S&W in front pocket. I have no experience in conceal carry with any other holsters.

    I would like a holster that is in stock, and I do not have to wait 6 months.

    Appreciate the help.
     
  2. HiredHand

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    Safariland 575 GLS IWB. I was initially sceptical of a "universal" holster but it does the job rather well. It gives you the flexibility to make adjustments to the can't of the gun and offers some retention as well.

    If you search YouTube there's a video of Bill Rogers talking about the holster design.
     
  3. mightymouse

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    I would check with Top Gun Supply to see if they carry a Milt Sparks VersaMax II holster for the VP9. I've carried the P7, the P2000, and the P2K SK in the Sparks VM II, and it is as fine a IWB holster as anyone makes.
     
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  5. MrShooter

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    I carry a vp40 with tlr-1 in a blackpoint wing holster. Has metal iwb and owb clips. They're expensive but built very well.
     
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    20161221_232221.jpg 20161221_232233.jpg 20161221_232200.jpg I'm a big guy as well. 6'6" 375lbs
     
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    Took 2-3 weeks lead time by the way. It was worth it to me. Stealthgear is my favorite for iwb without a weaponlight
     
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    How do you like the Vp 40 ? It on my radar as a new ccw gun ,I like the idea that it shares parts and sights with vp9 and is priced lower than a USPc 40 or( P40 which sounds to be a up dated model of the usp line )
     
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