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Uncle Mikes Sidekick holster vs Bianchi AccuMold.

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by emilianoksa, Nov 27, 2011.

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  1. emilianoksa

    emilianoksa Member

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    I want an inexpensive range holster for my Taurus 82 4" revolver, and wonder which would be best.

    I know most people don't like nylon holsters, but it would only be for range use, and, in any case, I'm limited in choice because of my location.

    Another choice would be the Bianchi unlined leather thumb snap hip holster.

    Which of these would be easier on the bluing of my gun?
     
  2. HellBlazer

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    A nylon holster would be easier on the bluing than an unlined leather holster.
     
  3. freedoms&t

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    Uncle Mikes Holsters

    I personally like the kydex holsters that Uncle Mikes makes. They're durable, reliable, and inexpensive. Here's a more in depth review of their kydex model http://unclemikesholsters.net Hope that helps.
     
  4. emilianoksa

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    Thank you.

    Anyone know anything about the Bianchi nylon AccuMold?

    Is it worth twice the price of the Sidekick?
     
  5. HellBlazer

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    Bianchi makes one of the best holsters money can buy. You get what you pay for.
     
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    I know the Accumold line well. As as rep, I spent a week working in the Bianchi factory in Temecula. Not only are they excellent leather holster makers, but the Accumold products are superb and widely copied! The biggest reason that there aren't more fits available for them are is that the molds are so expensive to produce. Go with the Biachi product, you won't be disappointed.

    George P.
     
  7. ColtPythonElite

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    I have a couple of Accumold holsters. As far as inexpensive nylon goes, I don't think they can be beaten.
     
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