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Beretta M9 Military Holsters

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by RedneckRampage, Sep 29, 2011.

  1. RedneckRampage

    RedneckRampage Newberg Well-Known Member

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    What holsters are the Military using for thier M9s besides the Blackhawk SERPAs and those Bianchi ones? I'm looking for something, preferably kydex, that will work as a drop leg setup and on a MOLLE set up. It needs to have retention.
     
  2. BlvdKing

    BlvdKing Almost Boring Member

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    Spec ops are really nice and are a combination of ballistic nylon and kydex
     
  3. levi333

    levi333 Albany, OR Active Member

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    Don't know what the gov uses but Safariland makes nice drop legs, non-molle though.

    Tactical Tailor makes stuff for drop leg holsters, pouches, etc. High quality stuff made in Washington.
     
  4. FourTeeFive

    FourTeeFive PNW Washington State Active Member

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    +1 on Tactical Tailor. GREAT products.

    Grey Ghost has Tactical Tailor overstock products at really deep discounts. Right now they have two Tactical Tailor holsters for the Beretta 92:

    Holsters
     
  5. Joey Coyote

    Joey Coyote Lakewood, WA New Member

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    In my experience the military issues you a crappy holster and you go buy one from tactical tailor.
     
  6. CamoDeafie

    CamoDeafie Albany Well-Known Member

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    not sure if the Bianchi is crappy; but there's a mod to make it a flap-less holster with thumb break strap; I will upload a picture of what it looks like with a P85 in there. (don't have M9 or 92 or Nine-Two)
     
  7. Markjz

    Markjz Longview, WA Member

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    I still have my blackhawk one from the AF. it's designed so it disengages the safety unless you draw slowly
     
  8. CamoDeafie

    CamoDeafie Albany Well-Known Member

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    basically it entails taking the chest strap from one of the army LBVs, then stitching the ends into loops so that the T straps can go through them and into the belt slots on the rubberized plastic part, I've drawn and holstered and did a bunch of things with the P85, it does NOT interfere with it in any way, unlike the old flap that had a tendency to grab onto the trigger guard area when drawing too quickly. this is a cheap mod compared to buying Bianchi's thumb break kit.

    here is a MOLLE 2-mag holster being used to hold a Hi Point 45 brick; its not kydex, but it hold the 45 pretty securely..it also holds the P85 just fine..
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