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I built my first holster recently, out of thin-wall PVC sewer pipe. I used a Stealth Operator holster as a pattern to make one for my CZ70. There was a learning curve involved, but it works. I should have made it a little higher above the beltline, because my fat roll hits it. It holds the weapon very securely, even upside down. I painted it a flat brown color with Krylon paint. The edges are a little rough, but the next one will be a lot more refined.
 

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Sounds interesting. How about some pics?
 
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Be careful Loco. Thin-walled PVC sewer (waste, non-pressurized) pipe will easily shatter & leave sharp edges. You do NOT wanna' fall on that thing. Yet I'm a MAJOR fan of "imagineering", sooo...keep it up! :congrats:
 

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Be careful Loco. Thin-walled PVC sewer (waste, non-pressurized) pipe will easily shatter & leave sharp edges. You do NOT wanna' fall on that thing. Yet I'm a MAJOR fan of "imagineering", sooo...keep it up! :congrats:
I'll keep my sense of balance as sharp as possible when I wear it! I need to shoot some pics of it soon. I'll get em posted.
 

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Sounds interesting but why not just use kydex? It's not hard to obtain and has been thoroughly "tested" to be an effective material for such application. Don't get me wrong I like your creativeness but why reinvent the wheel with a seemingly less effective material?
 
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