This is a discussion on New Guns added to Gun list. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have added the following pistol models: 1911 Officers/compacts SIG GSR 1911 Revolution Springfield XD 9, 40, 45 full size and compact S&W/Walther P99 "Baby" ...
I have added the following pistol models:
SIG GSR 1911 Revolution
Springfield XD 9, 40, 45 full size and compact
Bersa Thunder .380
More will be added as demand dictates-
plan to add more of the S&W Autos and K & J frame revolvers, HK USP fullsize and compacts.
Are there any specific models that anyone can think of to add?
Remember, Lefties are welcome
Chris - P95
NRA Certified Instructor & NRA Life Member.
"To own a gun and assume that you are armed
is like owning a piano and assuming that you are a musician!."
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I also am looking for molds for some of the more interesting guns-
CZ75, RAMI, and PO1, until then I may have to see if any of my friends own them. I haven't added the CZ's yet.
The sub compact can be molded off of the compact mold, if it is an open muzzle holster design.
CZ's are hard to come by...Ive got them all and thank god I got them when I did.
Shoot well and god bless
If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice..........Rush
I assume by "Baby Glock" you mean the Models 26, 27 and 33, right? I've got the 26 and usually hear it described as "sub-compact" Glock.
Let me know if you ever offer the Beretta 92G-SD...it's the equivalent of a Vertec frame (rail) and Brigadier (larger) slide. I've not found it and I'd like an option. Thanks.
"Baby" Glock is what I call the sub compacts.
Beretta has a few odd ball variants that are hard to make things for, but I am always looking for different models to use as molds.
With a lot of the manufacturers having both railed and non versions of some guns it makes keeping current a pain.
Nice to see holster makers coming up with products for added guns.