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I'm new to the board. Can anyone tell me which model uncle mike's ankle holster will accomodate the m&p compact .40? Thank you
 

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Most holsters that fit compact Glocks with fit the compact M&P.

I suspect the M&P will be a bit bulky to carry on the ankle. But that's just me.
 

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I'm not a fan of making pistols fit holsters for other pistols, but out of necessity I tried a few G27 holsters and was not happy with the fit.
 

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First have you ever wore a ancle holster? If not you need to bowwor one from someone because everyone that i know that has one after a day they say that there anncle feels brused and hurts and that is the same thing that happened to me. 8)
 

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I've used ankle carry extensively over the past 17 years. The only rig that works for me is the Alessi ankle holster. Very comfortable (for an ankle rig) and after a couple of weeks, you'll stop looking like you've just come from the "Ministry of Silly Walks" (Forgive the Monty Python reference).



Unless you're a pretty big guy, I would also think the M&P Compact is too bulky for ankle carry. I could be wrong, and I know for a fact that Alessi has made a large number of ankle holsters to carry the Sig P239 for a government agency. Having owned one of those, I would think they're too big, but obviously it's working.
 

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I have been using the Desantis Apache Rig (for most large frame autos ) with no problems. Galco also just came out with the ankle-lite for the mpc.
 

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Banker said:
I've used ankle carry extensively over the past 17 years. The only rig that works for me is the Alessi ankle holster. Very comfortable (for an ankle rig) and after a couple of weeks, you'll stop looking like you've just come from the "Ministry of Silly Walks" (Forgive the Monty Python reference).



Unless you're a pretty big guy, I would also think the M&P Compact is too bulky for ankle carry. I could be wrong, and I know for a fact that Alessi has made a large number of ankle holsters to carry the Sig P239 for a government agency. Having owned one of those, I would think they're too big, but obviously it's working.
Alessi pretty much sets the standard for ankle holsters.
 

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I once carried a S&W Model 36 in an ankle holster for so long that my leg above the ankle was smaller than the other! Hey...but they didn't know I was armed.
 
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