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Beretta Brigadier Holsters in...

Discussion in 'Competition Shooting' started by nvrquit, Feb 3, 2003.

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  1. nvrquit

    nvrquit Member

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    ... IDPA?

    I picked up a Beretta 96 Inox Brigadier recently(just cause I really like my 8045 Cougar and the Brig design) and plan on campaigning it in the upcoming IDPA seanson.

    Does anyone have recommendations on their experience of holster(s) they have used with their Brig in IDPA?

    Thanks for any feedback!
     
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    Wilson Tactical Assault, not sure if they still make them for the Beretta.

    Good holster, but I think I prefer an FBI cant. It may be slower, but I'm so skinny the butt of the gun sticks out behind me and I always hit it on things.
     
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    FBI cant also...

    Thanks for the feedback Skunkabilly!

    Yeah, I too prefer the FBI cant to a straight vertical type draw, but the choices available may narrow my options. The other thing I alos prefer is to have the pistol as low to the belt/waistline as possible, as I prefer to not have the butt/edge of the pistol or mag sticking me in the lower ribs. Just never could get used to a high ride holster design.
     
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    Sometimes I wonder about the name 'FBI can't'. I wonder if it's some sort of jab at the feds? :D
     
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