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Picture of wife's gun in new holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by armoredman, May 7, 2013.

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  1. armoredman

    armoredman Member

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    CZ P-01 9mm with one-of pink pearl lite grips, custom stainless steel mag base, and High Noon Holsters Double Jeopardy rig. Classy. Great holster, can be adjusted to a fare-thee-well, set up as a tuckable, can have the clips "tucked" inside the holster for a standard IWB setup.

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  2. The Lone Haranguer

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    When did that style come out? I've never seen this before from HN. And are the clips steel? HN has one of the better designed clips; hook one of those firmly under your belt and there is no way it will come off inadvertently.
     
  3. JTQ

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    I noticed those on their site a few weeks back.

    I like High Noon's products. They make good stuff.

    I did find it interesting they are now offering a wide spaced, dual loop holster. I don't know if it is still there, but they used to go into great detail in their "Questions" section why they don't offer that style of holster. They must have given in to demand.
     
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    I like the mag base a lot (though not so shiny!). Do they have more subdued versions?
     
  5. armoredman

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    Sorry, MaterDie, the mag base is a one of a kind custom job from a member on my forum.
    The Double Jeopardy is a new rig, very nice work, very comfortable and it can be adjusted to a lot of different angles. What you can't see in this pic is that this one is set up as a tuckable, but behind each clip is a pouch slit into the leather where the clips can be slid inside for a more traditional IWB with that extra bit of stability.
     
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    Out of curiosity, where did you get the grips?
     
  7. Drail

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    Very nice holster. But those grips just ain't right.
     
  8. armoredman

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    The grips are perfect for her, Drail - that isn't MY gun! ;)
    They were a present from a friend on her birthday years ago, one of a kind set.
     
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    Nice looking rig. Sounds like it's very versatile with its different configurations available with it. Quality leather and craftmanship also look to be first rate. Thanks for the info.
     
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    And the black version showed up yesterday, made for her CZ 2075 RAMI - love it! Late Mother's Day present.

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  11. JTQ

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    Did those two holsters cost the same?

    I know High Noon typically has a significant up-charge for their black IWB models (they do explain their reasons in their Questions section), but they show both the black and natural "Double Jeopardy" at the same price.

    I always do applaud you for your choice of the black models. They look great.
     
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    Their website is so broken...

    Is that holster really $249? :what: That's way more than I can justify for a holster.
     
  13. The Lone Haranguer

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    I remember that. They derisively called them "Bigfoot" holsters. :D However, this one is proportioned to the size of the gun. Some "hybrid" (plastic with a leather backing piece) holsters, however, are several times the size of the gun.
     
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    I actually like them. The pink is a little more subdued than others I've seen.
     
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    Not a bad looking holster. Does it feel comfortable in place all day?
     
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    Now get some wear on the leather and gun!
     
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