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CZ 75 D PCR carry questions

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by skers69, Sep 19, 2006.

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  1. skers69

    skers69 Member

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    Just curirous how some of you carry your PCR. I am looking for the best rig for CCW and am looking for some feedback before I plop down the money for a holster. Any links would also be great.
     
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    This is a pic of my P-01 which is very, very similar to the PCR. It is in a DC Special holster by HBE. http://www.imageseek.com/hbeleather/ Eric IMHO makes the best holsters for CZ's on the market. The DC Special is easy on, easy off, secure when in place and exceptionally concealable.


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    You can't go wrong with HBE, but if you want something off the shelf, holsters for the Sig P228/P229 will fit the PCR. I use a Bianchi Shadow II belt holster for my PCR.
     
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    My P-01 currently rides around in a Galco IWB (like the last poster noted, it's the same model they sell for use with the Sig P-228/9), but have an HBE on order.
     
  5. CraigJS

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    Also check out K&D Holsters, every bit as good as ANY on the market. I have both an IWB and OWB from Kevin, and with a GUN belt they work great. I also carry a PCR. (spring,fall,winter, summer it's mostly a Kel Tec) Either K&D or HBE will build you a very good holster..

    K&D: http://www.kdholsters.com/

    Be safe.
     
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    I purchased a horsehide high ride holster with a vertical drop from c-rusty sherrick and have been most pleased. It really hugs the torso to prevent printing. It's worn on a belt outside the waistband. The horsehide is thinner than cowhide and much stronger. Any custom holster will probably be good but what you need to do is decide how you want to carry. In waist, out, small of the back etc. Check out holster makers and if you see what you think is what you want, call the owner and talk to him. They are very helpful and can make reccomendations based on what you tell them.
    The website is c-rusty.com
     
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    Blade Tech has several models for the CZ PCR. I have the paddle model. I really like it. Blade Tech is Kydex.
     
  8. MatthewVanitas

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    Wow, now I'm really torn between the KD Cochise Defensder, or the Comm from HBE...

    Out of curiousity, does anyone make a belt-slide holster to fit the PCR? Or do I just buy a standard belt slide (like for 1911) and it'll fit? The Galcos seem to have adjustable tension, but I'm not sure which of the Galcos is close enough to the PCR that I can adjust the tension to hold it properly.

    Thanks for any info. I'm about to sell my RAMI and buy a PCR. The RAMI is great, but I only wear it for rent collecting, so might as well upsize since it's only carried a few times a month.
     
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    Here's a picture of my PCR and 2 40Bs riding in HBE IWB holsters. I consider them to be among the highest quality holsters available at any price. I was lucky however and got in on the ground floor when turnaround times weren't as long as they generally are now. If you're willing to pay your money and wait a Looonng time with very uneven communication/customer service you can give them a try. Eventually you will come out the other end with a very nice holster.
     
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