Thank you for the reply Sir. Going to order this afternoon.:biggrin:I don't have the appendix carry, but I do have the IWB version that I use with my HK45C. I can't recommend them enough. Awesome holster! My brother in law came out for a visit, saw it and fell in love. We got him one for his birthday which blew him away.
I've used Blade-Tech (my 2nd favorite), Comp-Tac (Ehhhh), Galco, Kramer, and Rosen. Hands down the Silent Thunder IWB is my "go-to" holster. Fits my 45C perfectly.
I've worn it in Texas summers and winters with no problems, quick to get on and off, the gun doesn't shift around on the belt, or back and forth, and I like the leather insert (seems to protect the finish a little better than just Kydex.)
When I come home in June, I'd like to try another range in TX that will allow drawing from the holster. I've only practiced in my house so far, but no problems retaining and releasing the gun when needed.
I have no trouble recommending this brand of holster.
Sorry. Had not been in the holster section in a few days. I will try to get some pictures tomorrow. Don't have time now before I go to work.Still want to see those pictures! Can you do one with the weapon holstered and another with the holster in the waistband position? Sounds like a very nice way to carry & I'm interested in seeing how it looks and functions. The longer clip sounds like a good idea, but how much more drop did it allow from the standard?
I read about your USPS predicament in another thread. I have sent and recieved several guns through USPS and always went smoothly. I have never had one in transit more than a couple days. I was amazed one time by them when I recieved a Sig 228R from someone in Hawaii in one day. Hawaii to Tennessee is a looooong way. Anyway, I am glad it finally showed. As to the SK, I think that you will find it carry bliss. In every other position I have ever carried in, the grip is usually what made the difference. I can carry a 5" 1911 at the 3:00 position and conceal it as well as a Glock 26 as far as the slide/barrel length go. After carrying the P2000 in that position I thought I had found the perfect carry gun. Even beating out my Gen 4 G19 for EDC. But for appendix it seems to me it's opposite. The grip tucks into me well, it's the slide that will dig into you if you try to move it to far toward your hip.Just got my used P2000sk (finally, timeline left something to be desired, thanks USPS) and have ordered the holster as it comes with the standard clip (black liner & black exterior in my case). It sounds like your comment on the sk will be a decent choice for AIWB, so I'm hoping it works out well enough and is comfortable. Also have a pancake coming from Cotton in Texas soon, so I'm hoping for the best of both worlds on IWB & OWB. I know, sometimes Christmas means an ugly tie, but hey, hope still springs eternal. Thanks & still looking forward to the pictures. Best, etc.