Dillon "Master" holsters.


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LynnMassGuy
August 12, 2004, 10:09 AM
Are Dillon Master holsters any good. I just ordered one for my SW99 Compact so I hope they are. Dillon seems to have a good reputation for most of their products but I couldn't find much feedback on their holsters. All my other holsters are Bianchi Black Widows and Shadow II's which I really like.

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mpthole
August 12, 2004, 10:13 AM
I know a guy that has one for his 1911 and he really likes it. Haven't used one personally though. I've been thinking about picking one up for my USP. Interested in hearing others thoughts as well.

usp_fan
August 12, 2004, 01:07 PM
I've had the Dillon master holster for my usp40c for over 5 years now. It is a great holster. It is secure, tucks the grip in tight, and is comfortable.

My only complaint is it does squeek a bit on my instructor's belt. I think I'm the only one that notices.

It's a good value. I couldn't be more satisfied.

Should I keep rambling and say more nice stuff?

--usp_fan

azrael
August 12, 2004, 09:24 PM
I have looked at the Dillion "Master" line more than once...I would love to tell ya that they suck...BUT they are equal in performance to many holsters costing 50% more...

I would carry one without question...

My .02 peso's

LynnMassGuy
August 13, 2004, 06:19 PM
Well Azrael, if your holsters are good enough for Wildalaska's back pocket I'd have to say I trust your opinion!

LynnMassGuy
August 18, 2004, 09:05 AM
Holster showed up. Took one day.(I ordered a mag from S&W on the same day which is in the same state as me and I still haven't seen it.) It seems to be very good quality. It's a little squeaky but I am sure that will go away with wear. Very comfortable and concealable. I like it lots.

Roadrunner
August 25, 2004, 06:26 PM
The Dillon Master Holster is a nice choice. I've carried a G23 in the same Dillon Master for 8 years with no excessive wear. It does squeak a little bit, but I think all leather holsters make noises to a certain extent. Try giving the belt slots and back side of the holster (that rubs against your belt) a shot of silicone spray to dampen the noise.

If you get into IDPA matches, the Dillon Master is an IDPA-approved holster.

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