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    Question Bersa Thunder/Firestorm Retention holster

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    My significant other recently acquired a Firestorm .380. I am currently looking for a good active-retention holster for her that is suited or works with this firearm for the purpose of open-carry.

    Does anyone have a suggestion for a holster for this purpose?
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    Hmm. I do not own that type of Bersa/Firestorm.

    But I would look at this website for all things Bersa/Firestorm:

    http://www.condorsflight.com/

    Supposedly, if you join http://www.bersachat.com/ forum, there may be a discount available, least there was when it was bersa talk...

    Hope this helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HvyMtl View Post
    Hmm. I do not own that type of Bersa/Firestorm.

    But I would look at this website for all things Bersa/Firestorm:

    http://www.condorsflight.com/
    This is the only thing I saw that would qualify as an acceptable level of retention. It's nothing that gives me the warm and tinglies, but thank you for giving us some options.
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    You are welcome. I would definitely go on the bersachat forums, as I think they have a section on holsters.

    Best of luck finding a holster you like.
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    A Safariland 6280 for a similarly sized gun would probably do just fine. Venator's old 9mm Smith and Wesson fits well in my 6280 for my P220. I suggest going to a uniform store and test fitting them until you find the best size. Then either buy it there, or go order it from the web for probably half the cost.
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    Funny that I just saw this post, as I just picked up a retention holster for my Thunder .380 and bought a Firestorm .40 for my mother today at a show.

    I also picked up a Fobus holster for my Thunder .380. I have to say, I really like it. It has plenty of retention and is VERY comfortable. I had a bunch of the more expensive holsters and quite frankly, this thing is really comfortable.

    I don't remember the part number, but they did have a model that started with a "c" something that made me thing "CZ" for a second, but that may fit your gun.

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