Perfect fit.................almost

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    Perfect fit.................almost

    Since I sold my Glock 22, I had a leather Galco holster laying around
    It fits almost 100%. There's just 1/4" too much leather at the muzzle

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    Nothing beats recycling out of the holster drawer.

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    I have a fine Horseshoe Leather rig I was given some time ago - designed for a 1911 full size ........ but it also happens to suit real nice for my BHP - almost ideal

    I know holster makers generally deprecate using other guns in a specific rig but - sometimes it is so close as be workable.

    That appears to be a happy combo!
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    That appears to be a happy combo!
    Nice choice of gun, too! Is that a 9mm, or a .40?

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    Just found a pic of my Horseshoe with the BHP - nice rig and nice gun - another nice combo


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    That's funny. I looked at the same holster for my M&P9 today. It just don't fit right.

    I didn't want to wait for a custom rig, but it looks like that's the way I will be going.
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    Mine is a 9mm
    My usual carry mode is
    There are no problems in life too large to be handled by the use of small arms and high explosives

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    Good reuse of the holster! I have read about Glock holster will work at time.
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    I have 2 glock holters for my PT-145 and PT-111....very nice fit tho i have the same prob...holster is bout 1/4" to long. but very comfortable
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    I FOUND MY PICS

    PT-145 in a Donner Gun Leather for Glock....



    PT-145 in a Don Hume Jit Slide not sure for what gun but I am guessind another Glock...

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