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kpw 03-23-2008 09:18

What holsters do you use.
 
I've got a Watch Six that I really like and a Fist #9k. I'm still thinking about a nice leather OWB for it. What do you all use?

felix1985 03-23-2008 09:23

High Noon Mr. Softy. Best IWB holster you can get for 30 bucks. Took me 5 months to get it though.

Two Guns 03-23-2008 13:40

I have a Wilson Combat Sharkskin IWB and a Caldwell IWB holster.

Dobber 03-23-2008 22:08

Quote:

Originally Posted by felix1985 (Post 10142756)
High Noon Mr. Softy. Best IWB holster you can get for 30 bucks. Took me 5 months to get it though.


I have several High Noon holsters I use on a regular basis. I'm thinking aboout ordering a Public Secert as long as they are in stock. If I have to wait 5 months I'll get something else.
http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Prod...et_straps.html

tshadow6 03-24-2008 15:21

Bhp
 
I use a Fobus paddle. Actually, my BHP is retired from daily carry. My Bersa .380 or my G-19 handle EDC duties.

rgregoryb 03-24-2008 18:36

A Pwl 315

Brutus Fullman 04-05-2008 10:00

Don Hume H721 in black. About $40 from reddiamondonline.com

JohnJak 04-06-2008 06:40

I also like the Don Hume holsters.

tjpet 04-06-2008 22:02

El Paso Saddlery #88 "Street Combat" is the finest OWB leather holster I've ever used. Top notch quality, it has a hidden steel band in the bottom that can be easily adjusted for gun retaining tension.

Rohniss 04-07-2008 13:41

Anyone know if the factory adjustable sight Hi-Powers will fit a standard HP holster (OWB)? I'm thinking no because of the height of the front sight vs the standard sight model.

Two Guns 04-07-2008 19:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rohniss (Post 10243335)
Anyone know if the factory adjustable sight Hi-Powers will fit a standard HP holster (OWB)? I'm thinking no because of the height of the front sight vs the standard sight model.

They Should fit.

Sierra 05-23-2008 12:27

I use a Milt Sparks Summer Special II and its a great fit.

Poohgyrr 05-26-2008 00:09

Kramer.

Marky Mark 08-07-2008 18:33

Desantis Cozy Partner for IWB, Desantis Speed Scabbard for OWB. Before I use a leather IWB, I treat it with a good silicone spray-on waterproofer, like you use on shoes or tents.

Austin794 08-07-2008 18:50

I have a holster made by Findesigns and love it, they only make'm for glocks but they're great.

Austin794 08-07-2008 18:53

I also have a blade tech iwb that works great.

the perfesser 08-07-2008 19:34

Question for Brutus Fullman: I was thinking about getting a Don Hume H721 for my FNHP. Can you be more explicit on why you like it?

Brutus Fullman 08-07-2008 23:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by the perfesser (Post 11024710)
Question for Brutus Fullman: I was thinking about getting a Don Hume H721 for my FNHP. Can you be more explicit on why you like it?


High quality and reasonable price. On the same order as the holster I also bought the Don Hume B109L lined belt to carry it. The holster is sleek, smooth and formed to hold the HP tightly to my hip at 3:30.

Red Diamond Supply had the lowest prices on Don Hume products I could find. The people were great to work with and the order arrived within two weeks.

Obi Wan 08-13-2008 15:16

I currently have two OWB - belt and paddle - both custom made by a friend who is no longer in the business. Also have a shoulder holster and found that the galco holster for the Kahr K9 fits the BHP very well.

I'm glad to see this list above as I need to find a good IWB and a better paddle holster. I want a retaining snap for concealed carry, whereas the other two were made for IDPA use.

brickboy240 08-26-2008 11:02

DeSantis Speed Scabbard and an El Paso Saddlery's "Street Combat" both work very well for me and the Hi-Power.

- brickboy240


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