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sigma 9ve holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by welshgrouser, Feb 28, 2008.

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  1. welshgrouser

    welshgrouser Member

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    Can a sigma 9ve fit in a Blackhawk serpa? I was thinking maybe one for a glock or a H&K us compact?
     
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    dont know about a serpa the fobus holster for the hk fits it tho.
     
  3. Whirlwind06

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    Should fit in most Glock 19 holsters.
     
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    if its a fobus holster itll fit the HK1 paddle for uspc.
     
  5. J Lambs

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    I know that Uncle Mike's makes several holsters that fit this gun very well.
     
  6. welshgrouser

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    Is the glock 19 the glock model that it is a clone of? Or is it the 20 or 21?

    (I dont know anything about glocks- just trying to find a holster for my sw9ve)
     
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    Glock 19
     
  8. ncObserver

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    BH Serpa CQC for SW9GVE

    I've been wondering the same...which one fits the Sigma?

    I've read it's the G20/21, but the G19 seems to have similar dimensions of the SW9GVE.

    Any thoughts out there?
     
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