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CZ 2075/RAMI Holster -- Feedback if Possible

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by UKWildcats, Apr 25, 2011.

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  1. UKWildcats

    UKWildcats Member

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    Just ordered a CZ 2075 Poly Reciever and am searching for a holster -- searched the forum but have not seen any discussion concerning Bianchi Holsters -- Models I am considering are the 6D or 105

    6D -- Bianchi 6D Site -- From what I can tell the #11 might work, but would love feedback if anyone has tried to see if it fits.

    105 -- Bianchi 105 Site -- From what I can tell the #13/15 might work, but would love feedback if anyone has tried to see if it fits.

    If anyone can help out I would appreciate it -- I have a couple of 85's (one a combat) so I can check my full size holsters for fit but they will be way to long.

    Thanks

    UK
     
  2. UKWildcats

    UKWildcats Member

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    I did purchase the Bianchi 6d Size 11 -- Fits nicely a little long since it was designed for a 4" barrel gun -- Will look for a better fit, but hate purchasing a holster without first checking size.

    I have the CZ in the holster how in the safe letting the holster form to the pistol -- will definitely work.

    UK
     
  3. JTQ

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    High Noon makes just about every one of their holster models available for the CZ line-up.

    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/

    Do a forum search for member CZF. His is a big CZ (probably figured it out by his forum name) and High Noon fan.
     
  4. The Lone Haranguer

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    Nate of UBG also makes CZ-specific holsters. He does beautiful work. http://ubgholsters.com Although I've used holsters made for a different gun myself in a pinch, I really prefer not to.
     
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