Another nice tuckable from Eric

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    Another nice tuckable from Eric

    Got this holster for the CZ100 in the same day as the one for the 1911, things are still hectic here after the death of my daughter in law. Haven't had a chance to wear them much yet. But I can tell everyone these are top quality holsters, and I hope to have and enjoy them for a long time.

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    looks good

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    Another nice one!


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    I picked this pistol up and I knew I had to have it. The feel was right, it pointed natural for me and it is so thin and light. I'd prefer night sights instead of the target sights, but I can live with them. I had this one in mind as something to carry when I wanted to go light and minimal. That lead me to start thinking about a tuckable, I saw several nice examples in my searches. When I started paying attention to Eric's work I was pretty sure this was something that I needed. With such a light pistol Eric suggested that I go with this one because I didn't need all the support as with the 1911. Eric knows his stuff, and is a great help in helping getting it right for you.

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    Thanks again Animal...you are way to kind.
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    I can't help it that I'm a sucker for great leather.

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    I have admired Eric's work for a long time, each new example reaffirms that admiration.

    One of these days I may have to break down and order one of those tuckables.
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    Sorry for your loss - we'll be praying for you and your son.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin View Post
    Sorry for your loss - we'll be praying for you and your son.
    You guys have been great support through all this. Thanks, Philip.

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    sorry to hear about the daughter-in-law. Thoughts are with you and your family.
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    For any that has not heard about the tragic accident here is the tread that I posted ealier last month. http://www.combatcarry.com/vbulletin...ad.php?t=14434

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    Yep...Animal..you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. God bless..............
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    Looks nice. How much width does it add to the pistol?

    It looks like you've had the CZ for about 6 months now. How's it working for you?

    Your rear sight sticks quite a ways back. The blade on my CZ100's rear sight is flush with the back of the slide. Yours looks like it may be another quarter inch back from that.

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    I've had the CZ100 out several times at the range. It shoots pretty well. Some people don't like the longer pull of the DAO, after I took a little bit of sandpaper and worked on some ruff spots on the trigger bar, and shooting several hundred rounds through it. The trigger is pretty smooth now, but it will always be longer and a little more weight than some like. After shooting it several hundred times you know when and where the pistol will go off. I like the fact that it gives me plenty of room in the pull as a safety. The holster is not much thicker than other of similer design, with the belt loop on the side of the holster. That arm does not add much to the profile of it, and when you tighten up your belt it's like any other IWB of that design. Eric can tell you the thickness of the leather as I'm not sure. But I can say it's not a brick hanging on your side.

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    People either really love the CZ-100 or detest it. Folks don't have any bad words for the work that Eric puts out. I've owned alot of CZ holsters in the past. Have kept two of them. HBE and K&D:)
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