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Bianchi Special Agent #59 Holster Review

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by DinhRose, Apr 11, 2012.

  1. DinhRose

    DinhRose Austin, Texas (Ex-Pat of SE PDX) Active Member

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    So i am a huge fan of Justified on FX and in the show Raylan has a great holster. It's the Bianchi Special Agent holster for his glock 21 but I already got plenty of holsters for my g21 so i decided to get one for my Beretta instead. Here's a quick review of it:
    Good:
    *The leather is thick and the grain is beautiful IMO
    *The feel is great too if you're not looking for a concealment holster. It's a paddle holster that rides high on the hip.
    *The stitching is solid
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    Bad:
    Bianchi claimed that this was designed for the beretta 92fs and it's even marked so on the holster itself... a2b39737.jpg
    It's actually more for the Taurus variant (pt-92) than it's for the beretta 92. If you look at the where the leather is raised on the thumb break you'll noticed that my slide safety is not aligned with it. This had me confused until i realized that it's actually molded to the frame safety of the Taurus instead. The biggest difference between the beretta and taurus model is the frame safety and Taurus was what bianchi molded their beretta holster for. :huh:
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    Overall it's an awesome holster and it's serves the need that i had but why the big mess up with the molding Bianchi?!?
     
  2. LaneCountySigSnob

    LaneCountySigSnob Eugene Member

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    Hey can this holster be canted 90 degrees to be be worn like a sob holster?