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Quick Draw Belt Holster

Quick Draw Belt Holster
Product Code: BH2
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This leather quick draw holster is a belt holster designed with supreme craftsmanship for a compact, secure and comfortable fit close to the body. The compact design makes this a great concealment holster. Completely leather lined to protect the finish on your gun, the two piece construction with front molding ensures a perfect fit for your gun. The open muzzle design accommodates multiple barrel lengths of the same gun model. Fits belts up to 1 3/4" wide.

1 ( 1 / 5 )
Very disappointed with customer service over issue with quick draw holster, told to many different things. Try weapons in holster before purchasing.
4 ( 4 / 5 )
I own three of this model for Kimber and Ruger 1911s, Springfield XD40, and the S&W Shield. I like the fact the 1911 is adaptable to various 1911s regardless of barrel length. I carry some type of 1911 daily with no issues. The holster rides high and tight and with a good carry belt, all day wear is no problem. This style is lightweight and minimal. All the holsters have been tight-fitting out of the box. I break it in by wrapping the firearm in a thin, single layer of plastic such as a zip-lock bag, and letting the firearm remain in the holster for a day or two. The leather gives a little and extraction is no problem. I find the holster loosens up over time and I've had no issues with retention. I've never had to shave or do any conditioning to loosen one up. I'm ordering another for a Glock 43. I've recommended this holster to others because of its quality and value for the buck.
5 ( 5 / 5 )
Like a good pair of shoes....tight at first but after a series of in and outs and a little saddle soap this holster is perfect. Heavy leather,easy on and off the belt. Used daily with a Glock 26 and my second holster a Kimber Ultra.
3 ( 3 / 5 )
Springfield XD-40 Compact, cal .40 S&W. Out-of-the-box, this holster is a VERY TIGHT fit on the gun, but appears to be an exact fit. Mounted on my belt, the brand-new holster offers anything but a "quick draw"; first try required using both hands to get the gun out of the holster. Putting the gun back into the holster required removing the holster from the belt. I'm off to the local tack store for a fresh bottle of LEXOL (genuine Neatsfoot oil seems to attract rust to the gun), and will "work it in" for a month or so. Other than that, my initial impression is that the holster is "very promising".
4 ( 4 / 5 )
I bought 2 of these to test. A Sig 226 model and the SP101 model. Review #2: BH2/SP101 My initial feelings were mixed. I carry my SP101 as my primary/daily carry sidearm (I work on Ranches and need a Rattle Snake/Predator revolver). Though the gun fit perfectly and it carried well I could not Draw cleanly - the gun simply stuck and it sometimes required 2 hands. I was, needless to say, disappointed. *HOWEVER* after a little sanding/smoothing of the inside of the holster where the cylinder was binding on the moulded leather, the draw became immediately useable. The retention, thus far, in two days of daily, sweaty carry, seems good - even after I sanded the inside. The gun is held nicely in the 4 O'clock point and sits tightly under a t-shirt with minimal to no printing. For the price, the BH2 for the SP101 is a good buy. It will probably serve you well, but you MIGHT have to shave the interior mate it to your specific gun/draw style.

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