Need help with holsters


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onthecount
December 10, 2010, 10:37 AM
I have two handguns that are in need of a good holster. First is my Beretta 90-Two (.40 if that makes a difference). I want a drop leg holster for this gun. My concerns are #1-it has a laser sight/tactical light attached, so the holster has to have enough room for that as well. #2-I would also like the holster to have a spare mag pouch. #3-Probably the biggest concern is I'm not very big...I'm 6' tall but only 135# on a very good day (go ahead and laugh) so I dont want a holster that will be too big (I need the leg harnass to be tight). This is why I wont carry the Beretta as a concealed carry...I'm not big enough to conceal it, haha. The Beretta is basically my bedside weapon but I really like the drop leg holster for going out target practicing and such.

My second handgun is a Walther PPK (.380). This will be the concealed carry weapon since its a better size for my build. I was thinking of an IWB style holster. It needs to be something that can be retrieved quickly. I had a Fobus Paddle holster for my Walther P22 and it was the worst, it wouldn't release the weapon instead when I grabbed the gun, the holster came with it...dont want to run into that problem with a gun that my life may depend on.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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*Klutch*
December 10, 2010, 11:01 AM
Try these for the Beretta. Not a leg holster but very good holster and they make several that are drop offset(DOH).
People like Fobus for some reason, I hate them, I think they're cheap crap. There are too many holster companies that make a great holster for $50 or less for me to buy a Fobus. I personally make my own from kydex and they are great CC holsters and are OWB/IWB. Try Alabama Holster company for kydex but they are not that nice but very usable, Side Guard for leather or CrossBreed for hybrid style but these are about $70 for a Supertuck but worth every penny.

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