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what holsters are good to conceal the m&p45.looking for something leather if possible.
 

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i dont have much on the leather suggestions...



but i conceal my MP-45 extremely well with both the comp-tac "pro undercover", and the M-TAC "slide" for the m&p. the m-tac is half leather, half kydex... if that helps.
 

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If you are willing to use a hybrid holster the Comp-Tac M-Tac holster is awesome.



The M-TAC has the leather back and the kydex shell.



I have three kydex shells and two of the leather backs. I can carry all of my M&P's and Glocks in them. I'm actually concealing a Glock 21SF right now in one. I have no problem concealing the M&P 45 either.
 

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Blackhawk makes an M&P45 holster but its been recalled. I have noticed that my Galco Fletch for the SIG 226 fits well too and looks good too
 

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I have Mr Andrews make most of my stuff. http://www.andrewsleather.com/

M&P no problem. The McDaniel is superb IWB. I also use the Monarch rig for both my M&P's and my 1911's.

I also have a S&W holster made by Galco from the S&W site thats conceals high and tite. Now I'm lookin for a ankle holster for my

J frame S&W.
 

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When I had my M&P 40 I ordered a Don Hume H721 OT. My M&P 45 fits it just fine. It's a great leather holster for the price, real comfy too.
 

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emtp2rn said:
The M-TAC has the leather back and the kydex shell.


Don't mean to threadjack but the Comp-tac website has the options for the M-TAC listed as;



.45 (no thumb safety)

9mm/40/357

9mm/40/45 slide (no thumb safety)



I was thinking about getting the slide version so I can use it with my 40 or 45 and from the pics I've seen I don't know why it couldn't be used with a 45 w/ thumb safety.



Anyone know if the M-TAC Slide verion wound actually work with the .45 w/ thumb safety??
 

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greatzippy said:
[quote name='emtp2rn']

The M-TAC has the leather back and the kydex shell.


Don't mean to threadjack but the Comp-tac website has the options for the M-TAC listed as;



.45 (no thumb safety)

9mm/40/357

9mm/40/45 slide (no thumb safety)



I was thinking about getting the slide version so I can use it with my 40 or 45 and from the pics I've seen I don't know why it couldn't be used with a 45 w/ thumb safety.



Anyone know if the M-TAC Slide verion wound actually work with the .45 w/ thumb safety??[/quote]





The following pic is of my 45 without safety fully seated in an MTAC:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v128/JoshSC/021-2.jpg



I don't see where there'd be any issue with having a safety? It might push the gun out away from the leather a tiny bit, but not enough to actually matter.
 

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josh said:
The following pic is of my 45 without safety fully seated in an MTAC:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v128/JoshSC/021-2.jpg



I don't see where there'd be any issue with having a safety? It might push the gun out away from the leather a tiny bit, but not enough to actually matter.


I think I may just order it and find out .... I just can't see a reason it won't work. If it doesn't for some reason it'll still hold the 40 so it won't be a total loss.
 

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The concern would be the safety disengaging. There was a problem with the MTAC and one particular pistol. At the moment I can't recall which pistol.



ETA: I think it was the 1911.
 

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What about a Don Hume IWB Clip holster? Any experience with these?
 

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Josh,



Your 45 slide was refinished by Dan, yes? How is the finish holding up to the kydex of the M-Tac?
 

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I seen reports from MTAC users that the leather causes more wear than the kydex.
 
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