A Pair of Holsters : H&K P2000
This is a discussion on A Pair of Holsters : H&K P2000 within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Little Bear is up the road from my office here in Jacksonville. I am going up there tomorrow to check out a holster for my ...
April 21st, 2009 03:45 PM
Little Bear is up the road from my office here in Jacksonville. I am going up there tomorrow to check out a holster for my H&K P2000SK.
April 22nd, 2009 07:05 AM
The Rosen Express Line is top-shelf. I have three of the holsters (two 5JR, one Premier) and two of the magazine pouches; the double V one, don't remember the proper nomenclature for it.
I have worn these extensively. They are for an HK P7, USP Compact .45, and Glock 19.
The Express holsters aren't as precisely boned as his regular offerings, hence the lower cost and increased availability. After the first one, I never felt the need for the more expensive iterations.
I'm not fond of his current IWB design, but do have an older one that I wear the P7 with almost every day. The 5JR President is probably the finest OWB general purpose holster I've ever tried... and I go back to the days when the Sparks 55BN was THE holster to have...
April 22nd, 2009 07:45 AM
Galco Concealable. I've got an extra black one available.
Galco Concealable Belt Holster
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