This is a discussion on High Noon Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hey Guys, I NEED that alter ego! I don't like the gun touching my skin, just bugs me. Hopefully I will get for mothers day. ...
I NEED that alter ego! I don't like the gun touching my skin, just bugs me. Hopefully I will get for mothers day. I like the tu-tone too! Just perfect!
Is there a way you can move the clip up a little, so the gun sits a tad lower? Could be the pic too. I like that my gun sits really low, in the one I fixed up a bit.
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Any size you want, most times we make the flap the height of the combat grip, which means hand on gun ready to draw, clip height right under that. As the clip goes higher the gun sits lower, it can get so low you may have a two finger draw to get it into action. Keep that in mind when picking clip height. Your wish is our command, let us know.
I recently bought the "Skin Deep" model for my CZ RAMI. It's a snap-on/off, quick-release rig made out of their economy material (I can't recall what they call it). I would much rather have the "Snapper," which is made of leather and formed to the specific gun it's ordered for, but I just couldn't wait as long as it would take to get it. The Skin Deep (as far as I can tell) is pretty generic. I'm reasonably sure that the model I got fits several other guns as it isn't formed or molded at all. Alex can correct me about that if I'm mistaken, and it's not intended as a criticism even if it is true, just an observation. There aren't very many holsters out there that list the RAMI for fit, whether custom or off the shelf, so when I found something in stock at High Noon, I went ahead and ordered it and I'm glad I did.
I have to carry a company-issued weapon at work, and am not allowed to keep my own on me under any circumstances. For that reason, I needed something that I could take on and off quickly, easily and without having to undo my belt. I was (and still am) looking for a paddle holster to fill that bill, but the only one I could find that listed the RAMI and was in stock at the time was the Galco Yaqui, which doesn't cover much of the weapon at all and was not what I was looking for. So a snap-on was my second choice, and this model was the only one that listed the RAMI that I could get immediately, which BTW, was literally 2 working days after I ordered it. Can't argue with High Noon's commitment to getting stuff out quick if/when they have it/finish it.
The holster works well, but it was always intended to be a temporary solution anyway, so I'm not going to level any real criticisms of it here. It works as I expected, so I got exactly what I paid for, and that's always a good thing. I would've gladly paid twice as much (or maybe even more) for exactly what I wanted in a leather paddle rig had one been in stock somewhere, but no one, and do mean no one, offers them off the shelf for the RAMI. Very few custom makers offer any designs specifically for the RAMI at all, so High Noon will likely get my business again when I'm ready to put down some ducketts on that "perfect" leather rig. Hopefully that will be soon.
Anyway, here's some pics of the holster and how it rides. The cant is a bit more than I thought it would be, but I have no problem getting a firm and positive grip on the weapon, so it's not a problem. The belt is a 1.5" Belt Man.
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