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Red Hill Tactical competition holsters; initial impressions and overview

Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by 1KPerDay, Jun 18, 2020.

  1. 1KPerDay

    1KPerDay Member

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    Ordered 2 of these a month ago after failing to find any holsters for the Beretta 92 Brigadier for a reasonable price. (standard 92FS holsters don't work). Also got one for my CZ75b Omega that has been a pleasure to shoot since its trip to Cajun.

    Initial impressions are very favorable. I remembered the prices wrong in the video; the standard price for the competition holster with DOTS belt attachment is $70, and the carbon black cost me an additional $5.

    For around the same price as the machine-molded offerings from other makers, you get a hand-molded, double-thickness kydex holster with your choice of belt attachments. So far I'm impressed.

    Video for any interested
     
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  2. Chuck R.

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    I've got one for my CZ Accu-Shadow in Carbon/Red.

    1st class piece of gear.
     
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  3. dbro822

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    They make a great holster, I've got three I use for USPSA and IDPA, also got an IWB the has become my go to for CCW. Can not say anything bad about the.
     
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    CC6219E7-8854-405C-9182-1DFE61D4E608.jpeg 077F633D-CBE5-40F5-9524-1AEC80649B0C.jpeg Very happy with mine . The material is very thick and sturdy and the hardware is excellent. I will buy from them again .
     
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  5. Archer

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    The one that I had made for my P320 X-Five a couple years ago was an all-too-common example of one not done right by these people. Fit was OK but retention was absolutely zero. Very poorly executed. Good quality material and acceptable hardware, but otherwise unusable for anything requiring any kind of running with the pistol in the holster. I ran it in a Gunsite Alumni Shoot, where very little actual running is involved. Used it on square ranges a few times.

    I ended up putting the adjustable retaining screws on my trusty Blade-Tech Classic on a BOSS hanger, tossed it into my far-too-big-box-of-crap-holsters, and haven't looked back.
     
  6. Reinz

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    Nice holsters 1K. Thanks for the review.
     
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