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bangbangshootshoot
March 16, 2009, 06:25 PM
Anyone have an opinion on the NRA Slide Holster?
http://www.nrastore.com/nra/Product.aspx?productid=SA%20324
I would be using it for occasional use with a M&P 9c.
Thanks.

chris in va
March 20, 2009, 11:28 PM
I see nobody has responded, so here's my extremely limited knowledge response!:p

Looks to me like the gun would move fore/aft a lot, being only supported in one place (like a pivot). I would be concerned about retention with the slide style holsters.

My advice is worth every penny!:D

Kreyzhorse
March 21, 2009, 10:03 AM
If I were going to spend $22 on it, I'd just go a head and spend $60 on a better set up that protects and gun better and is more secure.

Just my opinion of course, but there are a lot of holsters available for the M&P.

Here is a good starting point.

http://search.store.yahoo.net/cgi-bin/nsearch?catalog=leatherforlefties&query=m%26p&.autodone=http%3A%2F%2Fstore.packinheatleather.com%2Findex.html

Corpsman
March 26, 2009, 03:41 AM
My local (read only, within 125 miles) shop sells them and the owner carries a Kimber compact carry in it. I purchased one for a small 9mm that I have and for quick runs to the store or car carry it works fine. As for all day CC, i would stick with something significantly more secure. I have the Don Hume 517 SOOT. It is a 2 strap IWB leather holster. Only downside is no cant, but it is molded specifically to the firearm. Under $40 on Gunners Alley website. It works great for me and the price was right.

alabaster
March 26, 2009, 11:25 AM
I don't like holsters that have more than one position for carry. In my experience, none of them are ideally executed. Universal fit holsters tend to be the same in my experience. Not ideal for any handgun, but tolerable for a few.

voyager4520
April 1, 2009, 08:25 AM
Not worth it IMO.