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Thread: Snap off belt holsters

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    I know there are several manufacturers(Galco, Bianchi, Blackhawk, etc)that make belt slide holsters that snap on and off the belt. Has anybody had good/bad experience with them vice paddle holsters? I currently use a SERPA paddle but would like something that rides a little higher, closer and more snug to the side. The pistol is a SIG P6/225. My usual belt is one of Blackhawk's "dress" belts.

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    Agent,

    Thanks. My search-fu must be weak today. That is exactly the style I meant. I wonder if the MX-7 for the SIG P220 would work since the P6 is essentially a cut down 220.

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    I had a Galco Side Snap Scabbard that worked "ok" IMO. It was easy to get on/off, but still stuck out too far IMO. It was a good quality holster though.

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