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Thread: Since Active retention holster have come up lately...

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    Regular Member autosurgeon's Avatar
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    This is what I just got to carry my Taurus PT111 Mil Pro

    They make these for many diff guns. So if you like leather and active retention!










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    Very cool. I'd like one for my .38. The only retention holster I've found for a small .38 was for the smith j frame, and my taurus is quite a bit beefier than that. It didn't fit. I'll have to check these out.
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    id love to get a left handed retention paddle holster for my hi point 9 and 45 cant find one

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    Yeah so far I have not run across one for them... but if I do I will post it here!
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    I looked at those before I bought the Serpa, but I couldn't reliably hit the lever with my finger.

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    I drool i drool, that the same weapon that i have as a backup

    How much for the holster ? or i guess i can surf the web....

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    I got it fro Midway.... around 70.00 with my FFL03 discount.
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