Bianchi model58 PI

Bianchi model58 PI

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    Bianchi model58 PI

    I ran across one for $40 and grabbed it for my G23 after I use it awhile I will update y'all on it, 30* cant is a little more than what I usually use but a few test draws felt good and smooth to me,,,,more to come as I use it.
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    Yeah that's a lot of cant.....but it looks right in that position.
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    winter gut is starting to show, it's either got to warm up or I need to get a gym membership :-(
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    if you ever have to draw while sitting you will appreciate the cant.
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    For the record, that's what I use for both my Colt Defender and my G45. I really like it, retention is good, and yes, the cant makes for an easier draw while seated.

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    I have the model 57 for my Commanders, which is a very similar design. I really like it when I go OWB.

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    wore from 7 yesterday morning until 10 last night, comfortable all day , $40 well spent I think
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    well i have made a few 10 and 12 hour drives with this holster now with now comfort problems, the G23 comes smoothly into my hand out of it and the G23 has had a lot of carry time in this holster and so far it's holding up perfectly, For the price I think it is a great deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by subhuman View Post
    I ran across one for $40 and grabbed it for my G23 after I use it awhile I will update y'all on it, 30* cant is a little more than what I usually use but a few test draws felt good and smooth to me,,,,more to come as I use it.
    Here it is on my belt
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    Looks nicely boned too.
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    I'd like a 30 for my 1911 compact, be great for sittin on my stoop on a summer day sharpening some knives

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