RDS for carry? I've never heard of anyone doing that. I do like the CORE pistol, and if I shot IPSC/USPSA I would go for it.It's a great little gun for what it is.. I personally can't stand how skinny it is. I carry a full size M&P 9... I'm going to later pick up a C.O.R.E. model in a 5inch barrel and carry that with a RMR...
yup you heard right.
Your carry requirements include large round capacity along with sight enhancement. Either your profession or environment has elements that drive the decision for your firearm choice. Mine are different and a skinny easily concealable handgun is sufficient. I use other options for home defense and travel.It's a great little gun for what it is.. I personally can't stand how skinny it is. I carry a full size M&P 9... I'm going to later pick up a C.O.R.E. model in a 5inch barrel and carry that with a RMR...
Thanks, I've often read that you along with others have spoken favorably of the Shield and that is the reasons it got my attention. It so happened the small local shop, just that day, received two, so I went for one while it was in hand.I have the same gun and love it.
This holster looks much more compact than the Crossbreed SuperTuck I've been looking at for my Shield 9mm. I would greatly appreciate any comments or criticisms about the holster's stability and comfort, etc.Congrats on the new Shield, Willie--be careful with that extend magazine with the sleeve. I remember when I first got mine and tried to slam the magazine in there, the sleeve pinched the crap out of one of my strong side fingers! I took it off and it solved two problems: fingers getting pinched during reloads, and figuring out which magazine pouch to carry it in. I did the same with my XD-S magazines, and just removed the sleeve/adapter.
Here's mine in its Comp-Tac MTAC: