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Bianchi holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by ZVP, Jan 23, 2013.

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  1. ZVP

    ZVP Member

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    Man those guys make comfortable holsters!
    I picked up a used thumbreak hip holster for my Chief at the gun show. Think I paid $8-$10 for it and what a comfortable rig it is!
    Wearing it right now as I sit here and type. It's not in the way of the chair (or a car seat) and yet it holds the little revolver securily.
    SOmetimes you really find deaals at those shows!
    ZVP
     
  2. David E

    David E Member

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    What model is it? It'll be imprinted in the back.
     
  3. oldbear

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    The Bianchi company has made holsters that have been a good value for years. Not top of the line but good solid products. Glad that your is working for you.
     
  4. bannockburn

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    I remember I bought two Bianchi holsters for my then new Charter Arms Undercover. One was a typical leather IWB clip-on and the other was the Model 9R, their version of the Berns-Martin upside down shoulder holster. A quality rig and while it took some time to get it fitted properly, once I did that, the holster was very comfortable to wear.
     
  5. 788Ham

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    I bought 2 of these holsters, knowing how good they were from previous needs. Mine was a "77L", for a 3" SP 101, the other, 5BHL" 4" for my Colt Trooper. When used, they stay close to the body, sitting, or driving one doesn't know they are there. Quality products, you bought good holster!
     
  6. 22-rimfire

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    I think they make excellent holsters. Been using them for years.
     
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  8. Rembrandt

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    Have several Bianchi thumb breaks.....wish I could have found them at the prices the OP did.

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