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wow.. you could actually carry that concealed with that holster.. how is it weight wise?
 
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I love my Fobus I carry with it a lot,I also have a inwb I bought on ebay that works well in warm weather as well
I am six, one 210lbs and can carry the c9 concealed very easy as for the weight of the c9-with a good belt its not a problem for me
 

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Looks good man. Glad you were finally able to get the holster. Don't carry mine in it concealed to much but it works great for the range and when I am in the woods etc.
 

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what's the style/model # for that holster. i'm thinking to get one myself too. if you can post a link will be even better. thanks.
 

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looks nice, i've been thining about getting one, but i'm hesitant. how sturdy is it? i ask because i saw this.


i know the fobus isn't kydex, but i still worry that it might still break.
 

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Don't the fobus holsters use steel rivets to prevent easy breakage? I am curious because I have been looking at Fobus holsters for awhile.
 

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I have a Fobus holster for my Makarov that I can't find since I moved. It's been hacking me off that I can't find it. I like to carry the Mak, but I like the Fobus better than the IWB that I have for it.
 

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I love my Fobus for my C9. I don't have a CCW, but can open cary when fishing. It's comfortable and secure.

Gary
 

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Since the FOBUS for the HP C9 does not have "resistant adjustment screws", do any of you find it hard to withdraw? OR does it need to be broken in and become easier?
OR do newer models for the HP C9 now have the screws???
Thank you,
FOBUS HP C9 purchaser who has not used his since bought :oops: .
 

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Mine does not have the screws, but with practice, finding the perfect angle for the draw becomes pretty natural. Or at least it did for me.
Good luck.

Gary
 

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I just scored a Fobus new on Ebay.

$13.98 shipped, you just have to shop and be patient. I found an auction that nobody else bidded on and scored it at 7.99 plus 5.99 shipping,

That was about $13 less than my local gun shop.
 
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