Suitable for outdoor and concealment applications, this holster rides at a 10 -13 degree forward angle for a fast, instinctive draw. Roll-Top thumb break strap wraps cleanly over hammer and effectively retains the handgun. Belt slides through Quick-Slide 1.75" injection molded belt loop. Closed muzzle. Available in right or left handed models.
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Type : Belt Holster
Color : Black
Material : Accumold trilaminate construction
Size : Fits Belts up to 1 3/4"
Model : Sporting Thumbsnap Holster 7001
Finish : Textured
Gun Mod : SW 4566; RUGER P95; For Glock 19,23,29,30,36
Add Mod : H
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Submitted By: Michael R. On 01/15/2011
As noted in the description, this holster is designed to fit several pistols â€“ one that isnâ€™t mentioned in description is Taurus 24/7 Proâ€¦
I test fitted my Taurus 24/7 Pro at a local dealer and even though it was a tight fit, I figured over time it would loosen up and fit betterâ€¦ I also have HK USPc .40 â€“ since according to Bianchiâ€™s website, this model number fits both pistols; I figured itâ€™s a good versatile choice.
I purchased from Hinterland instead of the one found at local retailer, because even with shipping the price a good amount cheaper (not uncommon and is why Hinterland is my primary source for gear).
Having handled and inspected the holster locally, I knew the quality was goodâ€¦ very durable nylon, very good construction and decent lookingâ€¦ However, I didnâ€™t actually apply the holster to belt and test weapon presentation (bad decision).
Once I received from Hinterland I test fitted the 24/7, USP and even Sig SP2009 â€“ all sorta fit, but none felt naturalâ€¦ again, I figured with time it would break-in (at least the Taurus and HK since those are the models itâ€™s made for)â€¦ So I applied holster to belt and did a few practice draws â€“ I knew instantly it just wasnâ€™t gonna work for me. The fit and stability were less than stellar - Thumb strap was way too difficult to acquire, drawing the weapon(s) was cumbersome and slow â€“ there is no way I could consider this holster in a life or death situation.
Iâ€™m not one to be overly critical â€“ because many products work for some applications and not othersâ€¦ for me, there isnâ€™t anything I could use this holster for â€“ not even at the range or around the house.
So even though Iâ€™m forfeiting half the price (by shipping back and having alternative shipped to me) â€“ itâ€™s better than paying full for something that would sit in a drawer.
For what itâ€™s worth, the replacement Iâ€™m going with is ITAC TS1 â€“ having acquired a Blackhawk CQC (also reviewed), Iâ€™m fond of that style retention holster and figured Iâ€™d see how the itac compares.
There might be a use for this Bianchi for others, but for me I have to give it a low rating.
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