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    Default Proud owner, my second HK. Holster info?

    I traded a few of my guns in today on a new USP45c V1. Cost was $765;
    I hope it was a good deal I can't wait to shoot it, I think it will be my carry gun. Any suggestions on holster?
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    Quote Originally Posted by invicta39 View Post
    I traded a few of my guns in today on a new USP45c V1. Cost was $765;
    I hope it was a good deal I can't wait to shoot it, I think it will be my carry gun. Any suggestions on holster?
    Looking for OWB or IWB? Comp-tac gets my vote for IWB unless you're looking for custom leather.

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    Quote Originally Posted by invicta39 View Post
    I traded a few of my guns in today on a new USP45c V1. Cost was $765;
    I hope it was a good deal I can't wait to shoot it, I think it will be my carry gun. Any suggestions on holster?
    www.mernickleholsters.com

    Look at the performance carry section PS1 and PS6
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    Quote Originally Posted by invicta39 View Post
    I traded a few of my guns in today on a new USP45c V1. Cost was $765;
    Just exactly how many are a "few"? And what kind of guns were they?
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    I traded an old Mini 14, Rem 870 20GA, and an SKS.
    I still have a few more trades left for another HK.

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    If you want a kydex holster, you cant go wrong with comp-tac. Excellent product and service. I have ordered from them 6 times and have never waited for more than 2 weeks for delivery.
    USP .45
    USPc .40
    P2000 .40 LEM
    P2000SK .40 LEM (X2)
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    I second mernickle. They are excellent

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    congrats on the new gun.

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    Spyder, I looked at the P2000 the other day. I did not like the DA only trigger on first pull; It has a strange feel to it.

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