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PM 9 Extra Mag. carry options

Discussion in 'Kahr Club' started by GotFour, Oct 29, 2009.

  1. GotFour

    GotFour

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    How do you carry your PM 9 extra mag. ?

    ........bought my PM 9 when I finally got tired of waiting for Glock to make a single stack 9 for concealed carry. Love it! .....love my Glocks too (17,20,36,26) :supergrin:
     
  2. Linux3

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    6 round in my watch pocket or weak hand front pocket.
     


  3. I usually carry my 7 rnd mag weak side OWB. BTW, congrats on your PM9!
     
  4. triggerman357

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    I have a 7rd in the gun and and 7rd in weakside pocket. When I get my new 6rd, I'll be carrying two 7rd mags in my weakside pocket.
     
  5. DA Bullard makes some nice no belt holders as well as some nice looking leather belt style ones. Fairly quick service as well.
     
  6. wagonm

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    Just curious, do you really have needs to carry a total of 3 mags? Most time I don't carry any spare.. but of course, each of his own.

     
  7. triggerman357

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    The mags are so small, I really don't notice them. One or two spares won't make much of a difference.
     
  8. arizona98tj

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    There is a saying...."two is one and one is none". (I'm not addressing the 3rd magazine.)

    If your magazine malfunctions, and you have no spare, you are basically inoperative. Magazine issues are not uncommon and they do seem to have a higher percentage of problems than any other component in the firearm.
     
  9. Rusty Phillips

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  10. triggerman357

    triggerman357

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    Exactly. Theres little or no effort to carrying them.
     
  11. dstewart73

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    RGrizzle PM40 mag holder.
     

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