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CZ SP-01 Phantom Holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by cmparrish, Mar 10, 2009.

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  1. cmparrish

    cmparrish Member

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    I just picked up a CZ SP-01 Phantom over the weekend (the polymer CZ :) ) and now need a holster for CCW. Does anyone know if the holsters made for the steel SP-01 will fit the Phantom? I am specifically looking at the Blade-Tech stuff (UCH and SRB).

    Thanks,
    Chris
     
  2. SsevenN

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  3. CZF

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    Trigger guard is altered a bit on the Phantom.

    A SP-01 holster might work though.

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  4. distra

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    Try Crossbreed holsters. I recently picked up a IWB Supertuck for CZ75. Great holsters. I did not see the Phantom on the website, but Mark might have a mold for it.
     
  5. ZombiesAhead

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    Not very easy to find SP-01 holsters, at least when I was looking a year ago (when I bought mine, steel frame). Fobus sold me a holster they had cross-indexed with a Sig Pro and claimed would fit. I gave it a try for $20 but for the record, Fobus Sig Pro holsters do not fit the SP-01.
     
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    Blade-Tech Industries has a IWB, UCH, Paddle holster, Belt holster and Tek-Lok holster
     
  7. sqrlnts

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    Just a FYI on the Blade-Tech holster. I purchased a SP01 DOH for my phantom. Rob at CZCustoms told me it would be too tight, he recommended using a hair dryer to help mold the kydex to the wider phantom frame. It now works like a charm. I would imagine that this would work for any Kydex holster designed for the SP01.
     
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