Notice the cost of both. There is a lot of hardware and technology involved in making a good paddle holster. In addition they don't ride particularly close to the body compared to other designs, even the good ones. Make sure that is what you really want and need. If it is just and easy on/easy off holster you want, you may be better served by a snap on/off holster such as an Alessi CQC-S or a Milt Sparks Axiom.
I have one like this for 1911's
They make good stuff.
August 18, 2012, 07:05 AM
Thanks for the pointers.
It seems that the 3" barrel is a problem for the Model 60 Pro. But, the barrel was one of the reasons I bought it! It looks like I'll have to go the custom route, for a paddle holster.
I've found out that I would like to try a Galco Paddle Lite for my Commander! Optic Planets has it on their site, but it seems that it's not in stock. A few other places are out of stock. I did find one on EBay.
August 18, 2012, 09:15 AM
I use one of these with mine:
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