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High Noon Down Under got me "hooked"

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by armoredman, Sep 4, 2012.

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  1. armoredman

    armoredman Member

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    You know why I like High Noon Holsters? They work right the first time. No stretching, no overnight fitting, no plastic baggie trick; they fit right when they show up in that plain brown box delivered by my favorite guy in the whole wide world - the UPS driver. :)
    Today my favorite guy came by again, and guess what he brought today?

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    Yup, the newest sidearm in the stable has a brand new skin. This is a Down Under cowhide inside the waistband holster, my favorite style of carry for Arizona concealment, for the Beretta PX4 Storm, a sidearm I am taming to my will.:cool: Among other features I like about this rig is the custom molding that seems to "snap in" when the sidearm is holstered. I also like the stitched in and molded sight track to help align and protect the sights while drawing and re- holstering. The holster also has that traditional High Noon thick medieval armor leather sweat shield, a HUGE plus when carrying in a hot environment. It's a 1/4 inch thick! No worries about rust with this baby on guard!

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    This is different from my other Down Under, because as you will remember that rig has the dual strap set up.

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    On this High Noon rig I asked for the J hook for quick on/off use. You can see it's tough and no nonsense - it holds well while holstering and drawing, but is removed easily when needed.

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    Wearing it as is comfortable as the day is long, just like my other High Noon holsters. The rig rides right up next to me, and when I don't have the shirt behind it to show it off, it hides like a ghost in the night. Couple this with my favorite High Noon Rock Steady gun belt, and I am in hog heaven! Scratch that - too much mud in hog heaven; we'll say I am in holster heaven. ;)

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    Looks like there's a Storm...at High Noon...:cool:

    http://highnoonholsters.com/Product_Line/Down_Under_Clip_Black_/down_under_clip_black_.html

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  2. AZ PAUL

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    Thanks for the good review.

    How long did it take you to get it from the time that you ordered it?
     
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    A few weeks, but I was lucky - they are running full blast over at High Noon. Apparently the recent media reported murders have really spiked the market for top quality concealed carry holsters!
     
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    Thanks for the review. I'm likely moving to a county where I stand a better chance to get a ccw so iwb are on my mind. I'm not trying to start any war here but do you know how these feel vs the crossbreed super tucks? I seem to see lots of positive reviews for those.
     
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    I have never tried the Crossbreed holsters, sorry. I have used more than one High Noon and am sold on their quality, I can say that. ;)
     
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    Thanks. I went out to their website. Pretty impressive in what they do.
     
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    Do you have any opinions on the cow vs horse hide holsters they make?
     
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    Never used horsehide, but I know one guy who does, and he thinks they are great. Thinner and a little tougher than cowhide, IIRC.
     
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