This is a discussion on High Noon Skin Guard within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Thinking about trying one of these for my newly acquired CZ 75B. Anyone have any experience with this particular model? Thanks, kracker...
Thinking about trying one of these for my newly acquired CZ 75B. Anyone have any experience with this particular model?
I just got one, I have not used it yet for any length of time, but it is very well made and nice looking. I will be doing a complete review here shortly.
"Just blame Sixto"
When it arrived, I had to use a butter knife to pry the opening enough to peel it apart. Then even after setting the screw, it had nearly zero retention.
It never felt right to draw from and was a pain to try to reholster.
I also have High Noon's Hidden Ally and really like it...so I'm not bashing High Noon. They make good products, but that one just isn't one of 'em in my opinion.
They were not made for one handed reholstering. They are non molded. Sometimes after breakin it takes a 40% self mold of the gun but still its hard to one handed reholster if you desire that feature.
Their add for this holster says " one hand reholstering & has a re-enforced mouth on the holster to do so ? BAD or misleading adv or what ?
Last edited by REDTAIL; May 15th, 2010 at 05:55 PM. Reason: add lines
You are reading it wrong, the orginal poster said Skin Guard, not Slide Guard. The names are close, sorry guys. The Slide Guard was made for one handed reholster, which is what you read on the page here Slide Guard. The Skin Guard which was the holster the OP was talking about was not designed to do that. Here is what the OP was looking at. Skin Guard
I carry my G23 in a High Noon Public Secret in the appendix position. Good protection from the auto slide and easy one hand reholstering,
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