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Thread: Level 2 retention for Browning Hi Power?

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    Does anyone know of a company that makes a level 2 retention holster for the Browning Hi Power? I've scoured the web and can't find one.

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    Bronson
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    Bronson wrote:
    Does anyone know of a company that makes a level 2 retention holster for the Browning Hi Power? I've scoured the web and can't find one.

    Thanks,

    Bronson
    http://www.safariland.com/product.aspx?pid=6285Level 2 (2 retention devices)

    http://www.safariland.com/product.aspx?pid=6280Level 2

    http://www.safariland.com/product.aspx?pid=200Level 1 (thumb break)

    http://www.safariland.com/product.aspx?pid=070 Level 3

    As you can see, Safariland does accommodate the Browning, however they do so with more their more traditional retention systems. They don't seem to make an ALS holster for the Browning. I would also recommend taking a look at the "universal" type holsters, like Uncle Mikes. Some don't like the idea of a holster that's not made specifically for their weapon, but time and time again Uncle Mike's has surprised me with their quality and practicality. They have enough sizes available so that you can find one to fit your gun perfectly.

    Hope that helps!







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    Bianchi Model 82 and 83. One is a belt slide, the other is a paddle. Both are leather.

    I tried a SERPA for a 1911. It does not owrk for my 9mm BHP but it does with the .40cal BHP which has some dimensional differences.



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    Thanks guys I looked at the both the Safariland and Bianchi websites but somehow missed those.

    The Bianchi PaddleLock looks like it might fit the bill nicely.

    Thanks again,

    Bronson
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