I have 3 Fobus' 2 are roto and one a standard for a PT99 . The 2 roto's I use for car carry in a cross draw setting to satisfy our ___ CHL Law here in Ohio. The c21 for my Para is very nice and an easy draw no matter what angle I set it at. The one I use for my Glock is another story. It is a hard draw no matter what angle. :weightlif My only complaint is the Para rattles just a little in the Fobus c21 when I open carry with it, other than that It's a winner!
Thanks Willy, maybe It'll work out for me.......Maybe startin my own used holster box in the closet too. Any thoughts on Bianchi holsters? I seem to have picked up one of their shoulder holsters, thought I might give it a try......or add to the box :biggrin:
I have a Bianchi minimalist I use for OWB carry of my Para. It is pretty comfortable and very well made. I HAD a Bianchi shoulder holster for years that I carried my Redhawk in till I sold the holster with the revolver in it. It was excellent and very comfortable. I have an Uncle Mikes I carry my 629 5" in now for handgun hunting and it is fine for that. One thing about the Bianchi was that hanging there in the closet the elastic went a little "flat" with the Uncle Mikes there is little or no elastic to die over years of little use. I don't carry the 44 for CCW as I don't want all that penetration and who wants to carry all the weight around.
Fobus are ok, but I find em too bulky to carry unless I am wearing a winter coat. also some issues have been presented about the sturdyness if someone trys to take your gun. Finally , I have found the fobus wears the slide bluing off my Taurus.
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