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    Fobus Roto-Holster

    Soon after getting my Beretta Px4 Storm I purchased my first holster ... a Fobus Roto-Holster, paddle style. It's a solid, well built holster that allows for 360 degree rotation. It has a patented locking adjustment that allows the firearm to be carried in either a forward or rearward cant. The holster adjusts easily for cross-draw, bodyguard/driver, small-of-the-back, and strong-side carry positions. It also has an adjustable retention screw allowing one to adjust the amount of draw force they prefer.

    The holster is lightweight, has a flexible two-piece design for maximum strength and all-day comfort. The paddle attachment can be changed out for a belt loop accessory (sold separately). It seats solidly at the hip with little play/slop when moving about.

    Due to the nature of the design this holster is more suitable for open carry (where allowed). As I live in VT where concealed carry is legal I usually relegate this one to range use or as an option when traveling to legal open carry states.


    http://www.fobusholster.com/catalog/...ters-21-1.html


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    I have heard good things about the Fobus stuff.

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    I have one for my edc with no complaints from me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pc167 View Post
    I have one for my edc with no complaints from me.
    open or concealed?
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    sorry dude...it's a paddle style that I carry primarily concealed, Iowa is open carry state, so I could carry that way if I wanted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pc167 View Post
    sorry dude...it's a paddle style that I carry primarily concealed, Iowa is open carry state, so I could carry that way if I wanted.
    would you mind posting a pic or two? I've tried wearing it for concealed and just felt it printed way too much
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    I use mine as a cross-draw, but open carry, or concealed with an over-shirt or jacket
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    There are some really good leather holster guys doing very high quality work. They do have long waiting lists however but are real good craftsmen.

    http://www.holsters.org/
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    People in America quite often do not consider UK when looking for a good quality rig.
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    Damn, them's some nice looking holsters ... and reasonably priced too! Glad to see someone in a firearms related business in the UK so busy
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    I have had a Fobus Paddle Holster for years and carry a Glock 27 in it most of the time. Once in a while the Model 22. Fits both well except the slide protrudes out the end of the holster for the Model 22 but no problem. After years of use I have not had one issue with the holster. So I would recommend the Fobus holsters. The other holster that I prefer is the De Santis ankle holsters.

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    I recommend this roto holster - it's a vertical shoulder rig that rotates once your draw and the draw ends up being horizontal. It's really nice if you carry a long barreled gun.
    Check it out
    https://www.craftholsters.com/vertic...mag-pouch-p163

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beard View Post
    I recommend this roto holster - it's a vertical shoulder rig that rotates once your draw and the draw ends up being horizontal. It's really nice if you carry a long barreled gun.
    Check it out
    https://www.craftholsters.com/vertic...mag-pouch-p163
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