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USP9 Full Size Conceal Holster

Discussion in 'Heckler & Koch Forum' started by hoghunter82, Dec 22, 2013.


  1. hoghunter82

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    I'm going to start carrying my USP9fs. I am 6'5" 240# so it shouldn't be a problem. I currently rotate between my Shield and P7 and it will be a step up in size. Been using a PJ Holster IWB on my current carry pieces. Not a fan of those giant pieces of leather or material (CrossBreed as an example). I like small holsters I can clip on and go. Anyone got some examples?



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  2. WayaX

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    For a full-size gun, the spread out clips on something like a crossbreed or comp-tac minotaur are really nice. If you really want smaller, check out a comp-tac infidel. I have both an infidel and a minotaur, the minotaur gets 99.9% of the use for my P30 (similar size to USP)
     

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  3. The Retired Sarge

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    I use either the Down Under or Public Secret in horse hide with single clip from High Noon Holsters. Works very well with large pistols. Bill
     
  4. happyguy

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    This is the Covert Carry from Wild Bills Concealment. It has become my favorite holster. I carry my P7 and Shield .40 in one.

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    Sideguard makes a similar holster as well.

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  5. hoghunter82

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    i use a milt sparks summer special for a full size usp. older model with the single large belt loop. works well with a glock and a railed 1911 also.

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  7. ca survivor

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    like you, I don't like holster bigger than the gun, take a look at Don Hume's H715.
     
  8. 4Rules

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    If your USP has a body-side safety/decocker lever, one thing you'll need to decide right away is whether or not you want the holster to have a (between-you-and-the-pistol) sweatguard. There's no such thing as a free lunch. A sweatguard might protect the lever from inadvertant activation, but it will also add thickness that will impact on concealment and comfort.
     
  9. barth

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    I don't know about clip on and go?
    I carry a FS HK USP Tactical 45, cross draw,
    in a Crossfire Elite pancake holster and a Galco SB5 Sport Belt.
    IMHO a good holster and belt is the secret to concealed carry.
     
  10. cowboy1964

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    If you want all Kydex check out Blade-Tech's stuff. The Nano is especially nice and is very minimal. I've carried a full size M&P and it works well. Not the most comfortable holster I have, but that requires the large pieces of leather you do not like.
     
  11. drewcog

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    +1 on the Comp-tacs. Turn-around time is amazingly fast (usually just a few days and it ships) and CS has been great in my experience.
     
  12. hoghunter82

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    Thanks for all of the replies. Seems like most folks prefer a more substantial set up to include a Crossbreed and a Belt Man. I'm willing to invest in a more robust system. Does the same Crossbreed fit both the USP9 and the USP9Compact? I don't own the compact but it's on my short list to buy. Would be nice to have one holster for both.


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  13. drewcog

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    Doubt it, unless they can make the kydex "open" at the bottom to accommodate the longer slide. I would call them and ask, but my suspicion is not likely.
     
  14. ca survivor

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    his link doesn't work can't order and no option for gun model