View Full Version : Old (1986?) factory Glock holster question
I bought a factory Glock holster about the time I bought my G17 (1986? SN: AP7XXUS) that has hooks to attach it to the metal holes in a US Army web pistol belt, like an old GI .45 holster has. I tried to do a search for this holster and I can't find anyone who sells them. I believe it says "MILITARY" on it. It looks just like the current factory Glock black plastic holsters but the new ones have holes where a belt can fit through instead of the hooks. Anyone know where I can get another hook-type factory Glock holster? Thanks.
I'm not saying they don't exist, but I've been carrying glocks since about that time, and I have never encountered a glock factory holster like that, in person, in a book, or otherwise.
OK here's pics
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That's a newer G22 in it in the pics, but I believe I bought that holster either at the same time I bought my G17 in 1986, or within a month or three of getting it. I've always liked that mounting system for a holster--it doesn't slide around, and a GI pistol belt is the perfect pistol belt IMHO.
By the response above, I take it these are no longer available.
That appears to be a glock holster that was (and in some configuration, still is) for sale outside the U.S. Having never owned one, for obvious reasons, I never knew they were available with that sort of attachment.
I travel very often to Guatemala an a local Gun Shop have several of those.
Last time I visit them they ask for about $20 a piece.
It looks like an older version of the Glock Sport Duty holster. They sell them on Midway or the Glock web store.
Ebay has a few for 15 bucks.
Try Bianchi - http://www.bianchi-intl.com/
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