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Cz 75 p-07

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by marine 97-03, Feb 21, 2012.

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  1. marine 97-03

    marine 97-03 Member

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    I'm having some trouble finding a holster for my CZ.......I've heard that the blackhawk H&K USP holster will work? .....any help will be appreciated
     
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    A lower end option is falco holsters. They're decent and durable.
     
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    Umm, gee, JTQ, all you left me to say is..."ditto". :)

    Skin Guard with P-07

    HighNoonP07setup.jpg

    My favorite, the Slide Guard, (incredible rig), with P-07.

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  5. marine 97-03

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    Any other leather holsters that don't cost 160$??
     
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    I'm not familiar with Falco holsters, I had no idea they cost $160.

    Those two High Noon holsters are in the $60 (Skin Guard) and $100 (Slide Guard) range. I have a Slide Guard for my 1911. It is an excellent holster.
     
  7. JTQ

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    It just struck me, are you looking for leather or kydex? IWB or OWB? A range holster or a concealed carry holster?

    EDIT: Ooops, I just saw the leather comment in your Post #5.
     
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  8. marine 97-03

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    I don't have a leather and so I want one for my CZ...got a blackhawk SERPA lock for my xd45 .....but I want too carry my CZ in plush leather ..lol...a paddle holster and leather....and I open carry most of the time ....thankfully alabama is still a free state
     
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    Leather paddle holsters are not common. The one with the best reputation is from Kramer. There is a lot of hardware and technology involved in a leather paddle holster, hence the increased cost.

    http://www.kramerleather.com/products.cfm?categoryID=25

    Paddle holsters, in general don't have a good reputation. In leather, if you are looking for the easy on/easy off feature that a paddle offers, most select a snap on/snap off holster such as the Alessi CQC-S.

    http://shop.alessigunholsters.com/I...Alessi Holsters CQC-S Holster for CZ USA Guns

    There are many copies of this style. High Noon's "Snapper" is one. The Milt Sparks "Axiom" is another.

    http://www.miltsparks.com/
     
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    A little humor.

    I do realize the OP was referring to the High Noon holsters and I was pointing out the "Slide Guard" and "Skin Guard" pictured and recommended for the P07 were both way under $160.
     
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    I think it was the spanky holster that cost 159.99
     
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    I am new here, so please don't fault me for that, but I make Custom Kydex Holsters and can get a mold for the CZ75 P-07. Let me know if you have any questions.
     
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    Once you mentioned paddle holster, I assumed that was what you were talking about. Did you notice the cost of the Kramer paddles in the link I provided?
     
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    Weren't they like 139$
     
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    Kramer charges $155 for cow hide, $170 for horse hide. As I mentioned earlier, there is a lot of technology and parts involved in producing a leather paddle holster.

    I'm not a fan of paddle holsters. To me, I'd really need to have some significant reason to spend that kind of money on a holster that is less stable and doesn't conceal as well as other designs.
     
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    Armoredman,

    How do you like the P-07 compared to the PCR? I have a PCR, and contemplating my next CZ. I like the Omega trigger on the P-07, and dry fired one at a gun store. It was very nice. I also liked how the P-07 felt in my hand. Typical CZ, great ergos.
     
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    I LOVE IT ....I was actually shopping for another sig....and way about to buy a p2022 in .40...but just for poop and giggles I told the guy behind the counter to letter me see the p07... he said I wouldn't do that .....you'll leave with it if u do.....he was right....its slimmer , lower bore axis and feels just right its taking the place of my XD. 45. As my carry gun :)
     
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    I purchased two holsters recently for my P07

    Blackhawk Kydex without SERPA -- Springfield XD 4" Barrel -- Great Fit, just tweaked a little with heat gun -- got for about $22 from Optics Planet
    http://www.opticsplanet.net/carbon-fiber-holster-pebble-finish-glock-17-22-31.html


    Galco Wraith for Springfield XD -- a little tight but fits nicely after keeping gun in plastic bag for a little bit --Got from Optics Planet for about $29 or so.
    http://www.opticsplanet.net/galco-wraith-belt-holster.html



    UK
     
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    Any inexpensive leather options ?
     
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    Just be aware, you are asking for an uncommon holster type (leather paddle) for an uncommon pistol (CZ P07).
     
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    I could go with a belt holster ...... not big on them....but haven't used them much
     
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    UBG

    email Nate at UBG, he'll make it happen and his holsters are top notch!

    http://www.ubgholsters.com
     
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    Sorry, Pilot, just saw this one. For a pure CCW sidearm in a hot environment, I might stay PCR/P-01. Someplace where you can wear an undergarment against the P-07s razor sharp grips, the P-07 would win out.
     
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