Garrett Industries Silent Thunder
This is a discussion on Questions About a Couple of Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I bought a CZ P-07 without looking to see how well it would be supported in the aftermarket. I knew it ouldn't be as widely ...
I bought a CZ P-07 without looking to see how well it would be supported in the aftermarket. I knew it ouldn't be as widely supported as a Glock or even a Ruger. However, I never knew it would be so hard to find a holster. Finding a holster for a CZ is work enough. Finding a holster for the newest addition to their line up is even more work.
I've narrowed it down to a hand full of holsters. I would appreciate any information or reviews I could get. So, here is a list in no particular order.
Old Faithful Holsters
Blade Tech - UCH
Cross Breed - Super Tuck Deluxe
Falco - Suede Open Top
Kirkpatrick - Clip-On
I know there are other holsters out there. I just can't afford $100 for a holster right now. I also don't want to wait ten weeks or six months to get my holster. Somebody please help me with some information.
Last edited by MikeNice; July 20th, 2011 at 12:26 PM. Reason: I took off the Remora. It has enough reviews on this site.
Garrett Industries Silent Thunder
High Noon's website says they carry the P-07 for most of their holsters. Their stocking line runs from about 30-60 bucks depending on the holster you want, and ships to you in about a week. High Noon Holsters
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I was looking at the Bare Asset and the Split Decision. Both are priced right and shippd fast. My only issue is that they don't have a skin/sweat/shirt guard on the back side. The only holster I've carried without one is a pocket holster.
I'm not sure how comfortable it would be. The P-07 isn't exactly molded and melded for cc. So, I'm unsure if all day carry would be possible.
If you want a sweat guard you have to go with a much thicker holster like this and a stocking item. http://highnoonholsters.com/Product_...et_w_clip.html
Most people get both, an extreme duty holster and then a lite duty one. We also support the CZ 75 SP01 Phantom. I only mention that because its another hard one to find holsters for.
Horsehide may be worth looking at as it supposed to do a better job of keeping your sweat away from your weapon.
If the brown Down Under was a stocking item this thread wouldn't exist. The 0 cant of the Public Secret just isn't my style. I usually carry at 3 or 4 o'clock with a strong forward cant.
I entirely plan on buying the Down Under or Closing Argument for myself during the Christmas season.
Bought a Don Hume 721ot for a Glock 21 and it fit my P01. The CZ forum is a great resource for holsters that will and won't work.
Eric at H.B.E. started his company to support CZs. Give him a try. My personal experience with High Noon was horrible.
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I have numerous High Noon Holsters and my experience with them has been great, as are their Holsters. Also have a couple of HBE holsters that are truly outstanding and Eric is awesome to work with!
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What exactly happened? If its our fault we would like to know and learn from it. So for the benfit of the forum members and us here at High Noon, please explain in detail.
Many posters here know that I have a lot of Fist holsters, but I have found a few others that are pure quality.
High Noon is one of those holsters that I assumed was a 'one holster fits a lot of different guns'. I was greatly mistaken.
I have a High Noon holster and belt for my Glock-26 which is nothing but top quality. The belt I have from High Noon is, by far, the best leather belt in my collection.
I highly recommend High Noon holsters.
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