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Economy Priced Carry Rig from High Noon

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by CZF, Nov 12, 2008.

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  1. CZF

    CZF Member

    Jan 6, 2003
    "The Economy, The Economy!"

    You read about it and hear it in on the radio and news channels, but how does it affect your holster purchases?

    A few years ago. High Noon Holsters in Florida, came out with a synthetic alternative to
    both leather and horsehide holsters and accessories.

    I had a very positive 2 week trail period in which I tested out their then new UNDER ARMOR should rig.
    A Miami Vice type shoulder holster and double mag pouch made out of the sleek and good looking
    laminated material.


    Made to accept all Glock models, it was also a good fit for all of the CZs in my
    armory, and large Witness 10MM, along with my two Glocks.

    Speed up to present day, and we can take a look at the rig that I've been testing out in the past few weeks.

    Namely, a complete gun rig that won't break the bank like most traditional holsters holsters from a reputable
    company will do. Also, a holster and other gun gear that doesn't take a month longer to arrive.

    ALL of the items in this Review are In Stock Items and they ship it out very fast!


    The SKIN DEEP belt holster.


    Made out of the same material as my shoulder rig.

    This holster features snaps that allow you to easily take place it on or take it off your belt.


    I really like this concept and also the fact that the SKIN DEEP (like most SKIN products) allows
    for other handguns such as my S&W M&P Compact.


    My RAMI is a good fit and a joy to carry in this holster, too.

    I can't say much about this holster, except that it is made to the high standards that one can expect from High Noon, and that
    in my opinion. You are getting a better holster than your black plastic holster.

    The SECOND SKIN gunbelt.

    This belt is lighter than my wal-mart special leather belt, but has no problem with giving good support to the HN
    holster and mag pouch.


    A basic black 1 1/2 inch belt with black stitching and a sharp looking nickel plated buckle
    Due to High Noon's website instructions for ordering a correctly sized belt.
    This fits me perfectly and I'm quite content with it. Know that it doesn't cut into you as some stiffer belts would do.
    I give this belt a big Thumbs Up!.


    DOUBLE SKIN Magazine Pouch. For double stack 9mm/40 and .357 SIG magazines.

    A nice way to carry two mags,


    or if you wish..a tactical light.


    As with the SKIN DEEP holster..
    I do like the snap system where you can take the mag pouch off the belt quickly.

    This carry rig might not be for everyone. Some of you like leather or prefer kydex.

    That is fine with me.

    However, my last weeks of wearing this rig have been very good. Holster retention of both
    my RAMI and M&P Compact has been positive.


    I have no complaints about this
    rig at all.

    I'm planning on using this throughout the winter months, and expect no surprises.

    So, if you are looking for something economical to carry your favorite pistol in, or just something new and different.

    Visit High Noon's website- and also look at my past reviews of their superb products at the CZ-ZONE!


  2. Blarelli

    Blarelli Member

    Sep 22, 2007
    I have had 2 High Noon holsters for over a year now, and they're both holding up great. I carry my kahr in a bare asset, and my p3at in a split decision.
    On the flip side of the spectrum, I recommended them to a couple of friends, and they haven't had the same experience as I have. One friend got one when he bought a ruger .380, and the fit is terrible, and it seems like they switched materials between when I got mine and he got his because his looks like garbage after only 2 months, while mine still looks fantastic.
  3. thirdeagle

    thirdeagle Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    I almost universally recommend High Noon holsters to folks in the market for a good concealed carry rig. The are tough and dependable. I have never heard of retention issues even with High Noons that have been carried continuously for years.

    Nice rig there!
  4. geronimo509

    geronimo509 Member

    Apr 9, 2008
    i have a few high noon holsters. 2 bare assets and 2 split decisions. one each for my para ord gun rights and one for my kimber ultra carry/colt officers. I just bought a bare asset for my brother for x mas. i know he will love it.
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