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CZ75b holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by rwilson37643, Jul 22, 2011.

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  1. rwilson37643

    rwilson37643 Member

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    My training pardner recently purchaced a CZ 75 b in .40 s&w without frame rails and has had a great deal of dificulty finding suitable holsters. He is looking for an I.D.P.A. legal kydex paddle. does anyone have any advice?
     
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    High Noon Holsters makes a ton of good quality rigs for the whole CZ line, but all leather, IIRC.
     
  3. JTQ

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    As mentioned, in leather High Noon does an excellent job of covering the CZ line-up pretty well.

    Though leather, the "Need for Speed" model may be a good choice.
    http://www.highnoonholsters.com/Product_Line/_NFS/_nfs.html

    For my 1911, I've had very good success with holsters from Raven Concealment and Garrett Industries. I'm not a big fan of paddle holsters, but each offer some sort of paddle type attachment.

    Raven Concealment
    http://www.ravenconcealmentsystems.com/product_info.php?cPath=82_85_92&products_id=1564

    Garrett Industries leather lined kydex.
    http://garrettindustries.mybigcommerce.com/

    Comp-Tac and Blade-Tech are also very popular.

    Comp-Tac
    http://www.comp-tac.com/

    Blade-Tech
    http://www.blade-tech.com/home.php
     
  4. rwilson37643

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    thnks much, I had overlooked raven
     
  5. owlhoot

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    Unless you have had previous experience with paddle holsters, I suggest you try one before you buy. I find them especially onerous with full sized pistols. YMMV.

    BTW, how are things in Betsy. That's my ol' home town though I haven't been there in many years.
     
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    The Blade-Tech option is a great holster (what I use with my 75B) and the Tech-Lock belt attachment that comes with it is pretty great. You can unlock it and remove it just about as easily as a paddle.
     
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    I am quite partial to the CompTac paddle; I prefer OWB carry and the stability of the CompTac is excellent.
     
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