Looking for an Oldie Bianchi

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    Looking for an Oldie Bianchi

    I am looking for a Bianchi Model PDQ or Model 81. It was an OWB. I have seen them in tan and black both. It has a thumbbreak and is very low cut in the ront making for very fast draw presentation. I would like either a very gently used one or if anybody knows where I could find one in old stock. It is no longer produced as far as I can tell by Bianchi. If any of my CCW brothers and sisters on here could help me out I would greatly appreciate it.
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    Bianchi Holsters - Model 81 PDQ

    That was a quick internet search, the first result.
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    Yeah I have actually looked there before. They list it as discontinued. They dont actually have it for sale. Just hoping that someone might have it in their box o holsters or know a local shop who has one in stock. I need it for a Glock 19-23-32. Thanks for looking, Nate. Think you could produce something similar out of your shop?
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    I would love one for a 1911 FBI cant. I had one made for a KTP40 (not Galco), but it's to high for a fat guy.
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    You know, it looks challenging. I don't do any custom work, though. Time consumption really plays havoc on a backorder time. Is there some sort of plastic or metal inside the main body part? It looks like there would have to be.

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    Best guess that it has a muzzle insert like a Ernie Hill AKA an end-plug with a short piece of plastic dowel that fits inside the barrel muzzle and the description also mentions that it is steel lined probably (between two layers of leather) like the old Ernie Hill.

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    Looks like it possibly does. Not sure. No big deal if i can't find one. Ill be ordering from you soon enough anyhow for my g23 and p228. Probably IWB.
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    Don Hume has a similar model in pancake form and in current production here, although it's not cut quite as low at the front.

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    Andrews Leather

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    Makes a similar holster called the IPSC Saddle. Check it out.

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