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CZ75B IPSA-type holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by 1SOW, Oct 28, 2007.

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  1. 1SOW

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    I'm trying to find a Kydex or plastic open-top belt holster for a CZ75B 9mm. It'll be used for IPSA shooting. Does anyone know of one that doesn't cost too much?
     
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    One of the best bets is the Blade Tech. Don't get the drop-off set as it will not be legal starting in "08" for Production.
     
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    Thanks 3 gun, I'll check it.
     
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    You could try Uncle Mike's too. I have an injection molded holster by them for my glock 17 and it works good. Mark
     
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    Comp-Tac also makes a great Kydex holster. I have several of them and they are all excellent.

    For USPSA Production, you probably don't need a DOH style holster. The new rules haven't been approved yet (as far as I know) and there was still talk about modifying them to keep the DOH legal. Still, you'd be hedging your bets if you didn't get a DOH style.

    Jim
     
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    Uncle Mike's Kydex chart doesn't list CZ 75B. Has anyone tried the Uncle Mike's Glock or Beretta Kydex with a CZ 75B 9mm?
    I'm an old guy who just enjoys this type of shooting. The money I save with the cheaper holster will buy more ammo and shooting time.
     
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    I have heard a Beretta 92 holster will fit a CZ75, haven't tried it myself though. I went the blade-tech route. Great holster and word is the DOH will be legal. Even if it's not, the offset comes off with just a screwdriver.
     
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