Baby Eagle holster


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yesit'sloaded
December 1, 2007, 06:33 PM
My girlfriend has a full size Jerico 941 (Magnum Research Baby Eagle) in .40. I am looking for a good holster for it, retention if I can find it. I have found oodles of holsters for Glocks and 1911s, but nothing for the Jerico. Anyone know a good holster site or a maker in particular. I think a holster that holds a CZ 75 might work, but I'm not going to order one unless I know it will work.

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yesit'sloaded
December 2, 2007, 02:22 PM
Nothing? Does she own the only one thats not in Israel or something? I found out that Fobus makes a police one, but I was thinking more along the lines of a IWB. Uncle Mikes #16 fits but I'm not a fan of their products.

K-Man
December 2, 2007, 06:21 PM
It's been my experience that there has not been a high demand for holsters for the gun. I've had less than 5 inquiries for a holster for it in the last 4+ years. Not that that really means anything negative - that's just been my experience.

A loosely molded CZ 75 holster might work, but I would not guarantee it. I've seen a couple of kydex holster makers say it will work, but then the customer has to end up "remolding" the kydex in order to get a decent fit.

A consideration for you might be dependent on where you're located geographically. There might be a holster maker close to you that could fashion a holster using your gun as the mold.

the_fallguy
December 4, 2007, 11:48 PM
yesit'sloaded,

I make holsters for the 941f and the 941fs. I think the 941 in 40S&W is the same od as a 9mm baby Eagle - If that is correct, I can get a dummy gun for that model as well. I don't have the IWB page up on my web site yet, but if you have something specific in mind I'll see what I can do.

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