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P01 Holster Help

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by pdowg881, Mar 6, 2008.

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  1. pdowg881

    pdowg881 Member

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    I've been looking at a lot of P01 Holsters. I've noticed most fit the P01 but weren't made for it. Im looking for a holster for 30$ or less for CC. Yes I know that's extremely cheap and I should get a nice leather one and I'll regret it, that for the price of the pistol I should spend the money for a nice holster etc. But I have my particualr reasons and want just information pertaining to my requirements. I am 6'4 and around 185 pounds and am looking for an OWB holster. Besides that I am open to any suggestions or reccomendations.
     
  2. Treo

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    Get a Gunmate™ that fits it at your local Sports Authority you'll be fine

    PS Please see my thread in holsters & acessories " Save yourself the hassel...." you WILL regret it
     
  3. pdowg881

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    I did see your thread and that's why I spwcifially wrote in my post "Yes I know that's extremely cheap and I should get a nice leather one and I'll regret it, that for the price of the pistol I should spend the money for a nice holster etc. But I have my particualr reasons and want just information pertaining to my requirements." But it would be naive of me to think that someone would not say something about it anyways.
     
  4. Luis Leon

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    The Bladetech Revolution holster for the M&P pistols fits the CZ75 P01 like a glove. I got mine with the M&P I bought and decided to try the P01 and it fits fine. Hope that helps.

    regards,

    Luis Leon
     
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    In case you're wondering, Kydex holsters for the Glock 19 may not fit the PO1 even though the guns are similar. I have both guns and my PO1 won't fit in my Blade-Tech G19 holster. I mention this because when I was shopping for a PO1 holster (I never bought one) I read a couple of forum posts (don't remember which forum) that said that the G19 and PO1 holsters were identical - not necessarily!
     
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    If I had an extra I'd send it to you, but I gave it away...dagnabbit. Go check in the used holster bins at your local gunshop, and see if they have something that might work. You never know what you might find cheap, especially if you don't mind a few rough spots.
     
  8. Sans Authoritas

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    The Matrix by Galco is an excellent holster, like ecureed said. Very adjustable. Only drawback is that it's not the best for concealed carry, unless you live in a cold area that allows you to neatly drape some clothes over it.

    -Sans Authoritas
     
  9. pdowg881

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    Well it's pretty cold in NH right now, and I'd have no problem with it, but I also plan to carry in the summer too. I'm sure that will be an entirely different experience from winter carry. So far I'll keep the galco in mind.
     
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    Take a serious look at Highnoon Holsters, they make some of the finest holsters I've had and the one that I purchased for my P-01 fits like a glove! :)
     
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    I had the same problem with my P-01 and couldn't find a decent holster. I bit the bullet and ordered a Milt Sparks Summer Special II and it costs to much but you won't have to worry about a holster. Its a perfect fit.
     
  12. Technosavant

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    I have a Fobus paddle holster (think it is made for the Ruger P97) that fits the P-01 just fine, but is about 3/4" longer than it needs to be.

    However, I'd still recommend setting some pennies aside for an eventual quality one; my Milt Sparks VM2 fits it like a glove.
     
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    +1 for high noon holsters.

    That is what my P01 rides in.
     
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    Mine usually rides in a "Defender" from KD holsters (www.kdholsters.com). I'm very satisfied with it. Fobus holsters for the HK USP Compact also fit the P-01.
     
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