Bianchi 100 "the professional"


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Frag Daddy
July 14, 2009, 10:31 PM
i am getting ready to order an IWB holster for my S&W 6906. i looked around and i think i like the bianchi 100. does anyone have any experience with it?
http://www.lapolicegear.com/bianchi-100-the-professional-hip-holster.html

if this is in the wrong section please move

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mon1911
July 14, 2009, 11:00 PM
Works very well IWB with my 1911s, and at times a Browning HP as well. You wouldn't think so, looking at it!:)

Pistol Toter
July 15, 2009, 07:55 AM
Hello Fellow Knoxvillian,
I have several Bianchi holsters, however I don't have the one you are asking about. The only words I can offer is that, if you are going to be doing a lot of twisting and turning and bending the spring clips can and will move around on you. I have a mag carrier by Bianchi and a much cheaper holster made by BagMaster. They both are the steel clip and both do as I said in that they can relocate and in some case turn loose of the belt. I believe that I would rather have something a little more firmly attached to me. See if the S3 Pistol Pocket, also a Bianchi product is available for your weapon. I have one of those for a snubnose and it is a fine IWB holster. You might also look at their model 7 which is a pancake style. I carry a GLOCK 21 in one of those and it also does a fine job.

Regards P.T.

Ps
Check with Craigs up towards Seymore and Greene Military Supply for your Bianchi. I have bought from both places.

DJW
July 15, 2009, 08:09 AM
Frag;
I have one for my Ruger sp101 and it works just fine. Try www.leatherforlefties.com in Tx. as they list it for $39.95
Best, Dave

Frag Daddy
July 15, 2009, 11:08 AM
its 45.00 at opticsplanet.com and no shipping. i just ordered it. we'll see how it works

The Lone Haranguer
July 15, 2009, 08:00 PM
Just OK, not great. It holds the gun (of appropriate size for the holster) just fine, but like any soft holster it is a nuisance to get the gun into. Also, for a soft holster it is (IMO) unnecessarily thick. On the plus side it does have a body shield. Overall - as long as I am wearing a soft holster anyway - I like the High Noon Bare Asset or Mr. Softy better, due to their thinness.

armoredman
July 15, 2009, 08:59 PM
Moves, only one clip. I use one for BUG, but I would prefer another IWb with straps, or two clips.

David E
July 16, 2009, 12:09 AM
It moves forward, backward and tilts forward and backward.

The draw sequence becomes: FIND gun, adjust gun, grip, THEN draw........which is fine if you have the time.

Karate
July 20, 2009, 08:12 AM
If I can find it I have s custom holster for a 6906 thst I will sell you since I sold the 6906...great gun BTW...PM me if interested I will let will have it a good price since I don't need it

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