DeSantis Nemesis and MagPacker
My 90% of the time main carry. I really like the Nemesis holsters for pocket carry; Durable build, Tacky exterior for
stability and pocket anchoring, inexpensive. You put it in your pocket and the pistol stays there...Right there!
For the MK9/PM9 version though, I wasn't thrilled with the design, as it had a ridge running the top length of the pistol,
which printed badly, and worse, the holster covered so much of the gun that I had to grip it with two fingers and change my
grip when I got it outside pocket.
So I cut it up!!!
S&W442 and Nemesis
I have owned this Nemesis longer than I have owned the 442. I also own an older Model 36 and I carried the little J-frame
as well as my High Standard 22mag Derringer in this Nemesis. The derringer is shown in the next pic. The high cover design
of the Nemesis was great for the Model 36, as it covered the hammer, reducing snagging (sorry..no pics in the holster)
but not so good in the Derringer. I have to admit..it never occurred to me to cut it up then. No big loss..the Derringer is
not an adequate CCW anyway.
But after I cut up the Kahr holster, I liked it so much I went to work on this one.
You can get a solid grip on the gun in the pocket. Very nice!
Seecamp32 in Nemesis
I haven't cut this one up
Don Hume Pocket / Kahr MK9
I sold this holster before I bought the PM9. The MK9 was too heavy for pocket carry, so I gave up and sold this holster
and went IWB for a while. This was a nice enough holster,, beautiful in appearance and worked well enough, with the hook at
the front separating the holster and the pistol, though not always in pocket.
High Noon Pocket Grabber
I wanted to like this holster! High Noon builds excellent holsters and they are a friendly, customer oriented company
to deal with.
This is a leather holster with a "Nemesis-like" covering on it to hold the holster in place. But you have to learn how
to use it. You have to put pressure against the back of the pocket to hold the holster locked. I couldn't make it work more
than about 50% of the time in quick deployment. And this was in a no stress environment. Sorry...no thanks.