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Old 06-01-2011, 12:50   #1
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Which inside the pants holster for 9mm CZ-75 Compact?

I carry my Glock 23 and Steyr M40 using an Uncle Mike's Sidekick inside the pants type holster. I like it because I don't have to use a belt, it covers most of the pistol, and the material is soft so it doesn't wear gun finishes. Which Uncle Mike's size is correct for the 9mm CZ-75 Compact? Do you know of any other brands of similar holsters that would work for the 9mm CZ-75 Compact?
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Old 06-01-2011, 12:54   #2
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Old 06-01-2011, 12:56   #3
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Uncle mikes?..

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Old 06-01-2011, 13:08   #4
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For IWB carry I would suggest a Crossbreed Supertuck which is a totally different style of holster from your Uncle Mike soft "foam material" holster. BLACKHAWK! also makes a soft material holster similar to your Uncle Mikes...

back to the Supertuck, it will generally be worn with a belt, and it could easily wear the CZ's finish depending on the version of pistol, and will not be interchangeable between your G23, CZ, and the Steyr. The Supertuck is form fitted to the pistol and they do make them specific for the CZ. Why the Supertuck? One word: comfort.

About the finish, my son has a "pre-B" CZ75 which sports the painted on finish which just plain sucks. I could easily get a more durable coating with a Walmart rattle can finish. He has carried this pistol extensively and the finish is very worn. I think the newer CZs have a more durable finish. You'll not have any finish issues with your Glock.

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Old 06-01-2011, 13:37   #5
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A point of clarification, I'm not looking for a holster that's interchangable between the CZ-75 Compact and my other pistols. I'd go ahead and buy another Uncle Mike's, but none of them seem to fit with the correct amount of snugness. It's kind of a bummer because Uncle Mike's price is right, the holsters are comfortable, and they don't put a bit of wear on my pistols, not even on the high points after years of use.
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A point of clarification, I'm not looking for a holster that's interchangable between the CZ-75 Compact and my other pistols. I'd go ahead and buy another Uncle Mike's, but none of them seem to fit with the correct amount of snugness. It's kind of a bummer because Uncle Mike's price is right, the holsters are comfortable, and they don't put a bit of wear on my pistols, not even on the high points after years of use.
w/o friction (which causes wear)... there can be no retention.

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Old 06-01-2011, 21:20   #7
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I've been using Uncle Mike's holsters for almost twenty years. A pistol has yet to fall out. The pressure between my pants and my body seems to apply enough pressure. Of course I don't stand on my head.
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Old 06-01-2011, 22:11   #8
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Crossbreed Supertuck. The most comfortable holster for the most comfortable pistol. I wear both everyday and I couldn't be happier about it. I have yet to find a more accurate, comfortable, or reliable compact pistol. Likewise, I have yet to find a better, more comfortable holster.
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