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    Hey all, I have been looking, but cant seem to find many holster options for my Browning BDM 9mm. Honestly I'm thinkng about getting rid if it for just that reason. I likemany of the Serpa models, but it doesnt appear that they make one for the BDM.

    Any suggestions?

    Thanks for your help.

    Sean


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    http://www.cowboyneeds.com/Holsters_..._9mm-4.73.html

    This was the first hit I found on google for "browning BDM 9mm holster". It looks like they have a decent selection. Also, for those guns that it's hard to find a holster for, don't rule out Uncle Mike's "universal" holsters. No, they're not form fit to the gun, and you're stuck with a thumb break (all thoughthe only type ofthumb break that I, personally, will use), but they are good quality holsters.

    Does the BDM shoot well? Is she accurate? Reliable? If so, I wouldn't get rid of her. Get another handgun? Sure but don't get rid of a good gun just because the holster selection is scarce lol.

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    DreQo wrote:
    http://www.cowboyneeds.com/Holsters_..._9mm-4.73.html

    This was the first hit I found on google for "browning BDM 9mm holster". It looks like they have a decent selection. Also, for those guns that it's hard to find a holster for, don't rule out Uncle Mike's "universal" holsters. No, they're not form fit to the gun, and you're stuck with a thumb break (all thoughthe only type ofthumb break that I, personally, will use), but they are good quality holsters.

    Does the BDM shoot well? Is she accurate? Reliable? If so, I wouldn't get rid of her. Get another handgun? Sure but don't get rid of a good gun just because the holster selection is scarce lol.
    Thanks I'll check that out..... Yes its a greaat gun. I have had it for about 5 years and have never had a problem with it.

    I wont get rid of it. Just frustrated LOL

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    Hello,

    Andy Arratoonian of Horseshoe Leather makes very nice stuff and has a mold forthe Browning BDM. http://www.holsters.org/index.htm

    Rusty Sherrick is another great holster maker and more than likely has a mold for the BDM as well. http://www.c-rusty.com/pages/home.html

    Both the above mentioned makers are my personal favorites not only for their excellent products and quick turn-around times, but their a coupla the nicest guys you could hope to do business with.

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