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New RAMI Holster Review.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by CZF, Oct 12, 2012.

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  1. CZF

    CZF Member

    Jan 6, 2003
    With warm days and cooler nights in most parts of the USA.

    It's no secret that I start to gear up now for winter, and that usually means
    retiring my summer carry gear, and wanting a black holster and belt from High Noon Holsters.

    I've used the excellent Need For Speed OWB (black horsehide)RAMI holster in the past.. but have come to prefer HN's IWB holsters in the last couple of years.

    Their SLIDE GUARD is another horsehide OWB holster that's seen some use with my
    RAMIs, but in tan.
    IWB works well for me as I'm not catching my holster on chairs, nor am I banging up my custom Hakans or other grips on door-jams.

    HIGH NOON offers what I think-are some superbly crafted and comfortable holsters in
    both OWB, IWB, and even paddle designs.

    My last review was of the HN UNDER TAKER IWB in tan horsehide for my RAMI P
    (polymer framed CZ 2075 RAMI 9mm) and matching Tie Breaker single mag pouch
    on a Rock Steady Ostrich print 1 1/2 inch belt.
    I've been very pleased with the holster and gear so far, and really like
    the FBI type rake of the Down Under, and high ride design that keeps the gun close to your body.

    One holster that I've eyed for a long time in the HN online catalog is the neat looking
    TAIL GUNNER IWB Model, ( high ride with straps) that uses a stabilizer wing for more support.

    After emailing Michael, the owner of High Noon Holsters, and requesting he send
    me a T.G. in black horsehide, and two matching magazine pouches, along with a

    1 1/2 inch wide Rock Steady belt..all in black horsehide material.

    My order arrived slightly over a week later, which is somewhat faster than previous large orders from
    them, so I'm quite sure they were burning the midnight oil on this one!
    One piece of gear that I already had was the HN Key Chain that they offer.

    This one in what I believe stunning elephant hide, that looks and functions as good
    or even better than my HN key Chain in tan horsehide that I've worn most everday
    since April.

    Dark tan, natural and even black horsehide holsters are always strikingly beautiful to me,
    as any custom holster should be, but other gear as well.

    The ROCK STEADY belt is just that.
    In my case- it's 42 inches of double layer perfection. Very rigid and good looking to boot!

    The high quality Brass buckle and accrouments set it off.

    This isn't my first Rock Steady belt, but the first in black.

    Cowhide in this instance-but it should last me for many years!

    Their DOUBLE TAKE, and TIE BREAKER mag pouches are equally as well made
    and handsome.
    Both in horsehide, with the Double Take being a double mag pouch for 9mm/40 mags.
    The tie breaker is HN's single mag pouch.

    I've used one ( natural horsehide ) for right at 8 years now.

    Both of these mag pouches use a tension adjustment screw like the
    HN holsters.

    You can snap the pouches on or use the belt loops with the Double Take.
    http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb26/czrami/HIGH NOON TailGunner CZ RAMI-2075/HN-TG-2/rp4.jpg
    Well, after a couple weeks of carry. I REALLY like this holster, even if I'm shouting a bit
    here, as it's super nice!

    The TAIL GUNNER's stabilizer wing did seem to take up a bit more real estate in my waistband,
    than the same firm's DOWN UNDER IWB.

    It might just be me with this..as I'm a bit heavier these days.. but my pants are 2 inches over-sized to accomodate IWB carry, so any slight issues like this are not really any problem.
    http://i204.photobucket.com/albums/bb26/czrami/HIGH NOON TailGunner CZ RAMI-2075/HN-TG-2/rp.jpg
    I do like how Stable the entire holster is, yet not a leather (or horsehide) brick that's un-
    comfortable. Just a comfy as my DOWN UNDER or AJ CONCEALCO RAMI Holsters, but
    more rigid.
    Stiching is in usual HIGH NOON form: nice and strong!

    This holster has an open end for any debris to fall through.

    It also features a leather lining for a slick/fast draw, and a sewn in SIGHT TRACK that most
    other holsters don't have these days.
    The two straps are secred by very durable snaps. These straps are for 1 1/2 inch belts
    but you can order extra straps if needed ( also in black ) for this IDPA Approved,
    IWB holster.


    Everything about the holster smacks of Quality! Right down to its reinforced holster
    mouth that is crush resistant and allowed one hand reholstering in a hurry!

    From the very first time I slide my RAMI into it.

    The holster has only needed a turn of the tension adjustment screw.
    Myself, with over 30 years of carrying gun, I believe most any holster needs this
    type of tension adjustment.

    Especially true if we are talking about leather as it tends to stretch over the years..
    if not within a few months.

    This holster has 2075 stamped on the stabilizer wing but no usual

    HIGH NOON HOLSTERS, maker's stamp is present, but clearly evident if you look
    at the rear of the magazine pouches.

    However, that doesn't seem to detract from the quality or looks of the holster one bit.

    Like the SLIDE GUARD and other HN holsters, esp. the IWB models.
    You get a SWEAT SHIELD, or what's called by HN a Slide Guard,
    basically- a piece or tab of leather/horsehide that
    protects you from the gun' s safety or rubbing up against your skin or clothing.
    Most holster companies offer such a feature these days.
    Strong and even stitching, an open muzzle and sewn in sight track with a sweat shield.
    Not to mention, very comfortable for such a rigid holster.
    Now..after nearly two weeks of everyday carry, and still holding up perfectly!
    Matching mag pouch, and super nice cowhide gun belt make for a very
    nice carry rig.
    Such attributes can only attest to the quality of this High Noon holster and accessories!

    For pricing and more information:








  2. JTQ

    JTQ Member

    Apr 6, 2009
    NW Florida
    Thanks for the review. I always enjoy your High Noon reviews as I'm also a fan of their products.

    I like the little imperfections of horsehide, how the dye takes differently to certain areas and the blemishes that show up here and there. I think it adds character to the leather.

    You've commented on your preference for tan/natural for summer and black for winter in the past. Do you make the change for concealment purposes or just because you like to make a change for the seasons?

    Most of my stuff is black, but the more I see holsters in their natural color, the more I like their look. It seems if one's holster were to become exposed with the wind blowing up a cover garment or if bending or reaching for something, a black holster may seem less obvious as a holster than those in natural or tan. Do you have an opinion on the advantages of one color versus an other for concealment?
  3. ClickClickD'oh

    ClickClickD'oh Member

    Sep 12, 2007
    Lewisville, Tx
    I love High Noon gear, have several of their holsters and would recommend them to everyone... but I simply must derail this thread for a bit... where did you get the sights for your 2075? They look like Tru-Dots. Any idea which model number?
  4. CZF

    CZF Member

    Jan 6, 2003
    Hi guys.

    I like to switch out gear for summer and winter as it gives me a good excuse
    to have nice HN gear.

    I've actually seen some pics of Tan or dark tan/brown HIGH NOON holsters and mag pouches
    and think that might be my next move.

    The NITES are indeed new from TRU-DOT and installed by CZ-USA.
    You would have to contact CZ Gunsmith
    Matt Hunter mhunter@cz-usa.com for further info.

    Or call them: 1-800-955-4486

    These are much brighter than those on my aging RAMI.


    Thanks for your comments.

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