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Lefty with thumb break

This is a discussion on Lefty with thumb break within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by ccw9mm To my knowledge, Galco, Bianchi, Uncle Mikes seem to have some in stock and ready to go, but generally not lefties. ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    To my knowledge, Galco, Bianchi, Uncle Mikes seem to have some in stock and ready to go, but generally not lefties. (Lefty, here.)
    That's fairly accurate, they don't want a lot of stock in inventory and their left-hand inventory suffers for it.

    We stock at least 1,000 left hand holsters at all times and both Galco and Bianchi have said that we have more in stock than they do. Telephone customers have often remarked that they called Galco or Bianchi and they said to call us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightHawk View Post
    Galco's Custom Shop makes all their "exotic" (alligator, shark, ostrich, etc.) holsters and I think they make the Royal Deluxe too. If you want a holster that they don't offer in one of the standard colors for that model, they will make one and, if you want a left hand holster for a gun that they only offer right hand, they will make that too. However, they don't cut leather for holster/gun combinations that they don't already manufacture.

    The only holster that I can think of that meets the IWB/thumb-break requirement is Bianchi's Model 3S. They offer one for the USP Compact and that should fit the P2000 quite nicely.

    I can say from first hand experience that the Bianchi 3S is a quality holster. I have been carrying one for nearly 13 years, and aside from normal wear, it is still perfect. I like it so much that if it didn't have the thumb break I would have purchased one for my 1911.
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