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Flap Holster for the range

Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by Zarthab, Jun 28, 2020.

  1. Zarthab

    Zarthab Member

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    I could use your thoughts on an inexpensive Flap holster for range use.
    I have several pistols I would like to fit, Full size semi-M&P, Jericho 941F, Taurus TX22, HI-Power, Even a Victory & 1911. Or anything my buddy brings to use.
    Nylon is fine, an extra mag pocket or not makes no difference.
    I would like to be able to tuck or fold the flap out of the way, it could have some sort of buckle or just velcro.
    Not a drop holster just loop on the belt.
     
  2. 792mauser

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    M12 holster?
     
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  3. CapnMac

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    GI leather 1916 can be found for about $20.
    The leather is flexible to tote many things. The metal lug through a hole in the flap can be imprecise. It has belt loops and an 1910 wire hanger.

    Bianchi UM84/M10 holsters have a better flap, but better fit automatics, and can be found for $10-15. The clamp-on belt clip is reversible and very sure. The Version for revolvers is much harder to find (as far fewer were made).
     
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  4. ECVMatt

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    Another vote for the UM84, I have a couple and they work great. I have the one made for a revolver as well. It is a great field holster.
     
  5. the Black Spot

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    Google horsewright leather
     
  6. jeepnik

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    Get a Simply Rugged All American Flap holster
     
  7. Zarthab

    Zarthab Member

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    792mauser thanks, I got a slightly used m12.
    Its nice that the flap is easily removable, goes over the belt and clips on.
    Even has a plastic cleaning rod.
    Looks to be snug but works for most any gun.
     
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