This is the holster in question:
Model 125 *Allusion™ Consent™ Bianchi Leather Holsters
This is a discussion on Bianchi 125 Allusion Consent / Combo IWB / OWB holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm trying to decide between buying two holsters, or one that can serve as both IWB and OWB for a Glock 27. The one that's ...
I'm trying to decide between buying two holsters, or one that can serve as both IWB and OWB for a Glock 27. The one that's caught my eye is the Bianchi 125 Allusion Consent. Does anyone have any experience with this one? If not, has anyone used a combo holster that they were happy with?
The goal is to get a holster that's comfortable and also offers easy on / off. If I go with two, I'll probably pickup a Galco King Tuk and a paddle holster for OWB.
The holster will be worn with a quality 1.5" carry belt.
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I have 3 old made in the USA Bianchi holsters and 3 of their made in the USA belts that are top quality rigs. Recently I obtained a Bianchi made in Mexico flimsy belt, and holster of disappointing quality leather. Bianchi no more for me.
For a mass production company, Galco's quality is still hard to beat.
The Allusion Consent is a good design for easy on/off and is secure. That style is available from reputable makers, FIST being one. FIST, Inc.FIST has a variety of styles, colors, leather, kydex, hybrids, IWB, OWB, combination, tuckable, and other options to choose from. Take a look.
Thanks for the responses. I'll definitely take a look at the FIST products.
There doesn't seem to be much information on the Allusion line,other than Bianchi's description. I've been looking around for some reviews and maybe some pictures of the rear, and of the IWB loops. No luck yet.