I've got a High Noon Split Decision IWB and works pretty well for the PM9. I did, however, replace the huge metal clip on the holster with one of the extras I had for my Cross-Breed Super Tuck.
I didn't have to restitch it either. I took the old clip off and fastened the new one. I had to reshape the attaching end of the Crossbreed clip, but it wasn't tough; had to reshape it so the clip hole would line up with the leather's hole when I slid it into the holster. Getting the old clip off was the toughest part. There wasn't anything really wrong with the old clip, I just wanted to change it because the Crossbreed clip is smaller and a little less noticeable when wearing my shirt tucked. I RARELY tuck my shirt, so I almost left the clip on.
(I should add that the original clip from the factory will not turn, IIRC. The new clip I added allows me to rotate it.)
The Holster is #2, you can puchase an adapter and use it as an IWB also. My SOB holsters... the gun butt faces to the right so I can reach behind my back with palm out and draw the weapon. (I use the SOB holster for my G26)
here is the #2: http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/holster/2.htm
I use the DeSantis pocket holster and the Insider.
If I panned to carry at 1:00 that would work better. But I carry behind the hip at 4-5 o'clock and my holster works better there with the butt raised a bit and with a 15 degree cant.
Right, that's why it's kind of difficult to determine whether the pistol sticks out too much from the holster. I see that the clip on the stow-n-go is located lower on the holster, while the clip on your Bare Asset is located near the top of the holster lip. As can also be seen, the pistol is more exposed using the Bare Asset than with the stow-n-go. What I'm trying to figure out is how much of the pistol is above the belt line with each holster in question. I guess it's pretty hard to tell by just posting pics on the net. Arggh, it's a shame too. I really like that Bare Asset holster, it's simple, looks comfortable, and has a slight cant to it.
Last edited by Krab; 09-11-2009 at 03:11 PM. Reason: Punctuation
Ross Leather makes several models for the PM. I bought one for my PPS (pancake with body shield) and have ordered another for the PM. Very pleased with the one I have for the PPS since it works great under a tee shirt in the Georgia heat. Mine is owb pancake.
If I get a chance I'll try to take a picture with my holster at 1 o'clock like the Galco sight does for the stow-n-go. That way maybe you can judge for your self. May be a few days though ---On second thought that doesn't make sense since I picked out my holster to wear behind my right hip. I wanted the gun butt to stick up higher and have a cant to it. To compare the two would be comparing apples to oranges. If you want to carry at 1:00 you'd have to look at the Mr softy.