Anybody try this holster?

Discussion in 'Holsters' started by czgunner, Aug 25, 2007.

  1. czgunner

    czgunner New Member

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  2. Polymer Proselyte

    Polymer Proselyte New Member

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    Hi CZ,

    I was looking at the one without the thumb break. 17 snakes seems like a steal to me.

    I need it for IPSC though and I might be a tad close.

    Any reviews out there?

    >>hmmm holster thread move coming up me thinks....
     

  3. madecov

    madecov Active Member

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    Considering it was $60.00

    I would say it's a bargain.
     
  4. Netfotoj

    Netfotoj Premium Member

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    I have the DeSantis Speed Scabbard and it's a great holster. The CDNN deal sounds too good to pass up.

    [​IMG]
     
  5. SELFDEFENSE

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    I have had 2 other DeSantis in the past and they are excellent. Good buy at $17.
     
  6. czgunner

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    Sorry about the location post, mods! :oops:
     
  7. Greg F.

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    Thanks for the headups czgunner. I just ordered one of the speed holsters. Also picked up an extra mag while I was there.
     
  8. BulletBait

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    Is it right-hand only?
     
  9. Syntax360

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    Yes, otherwise I would have ordered one already :evil:.
     
  10. Netfotoj

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    I got the DeSantis Speed Scabbard in right-hand just because it was such a great deal. (And because I'm amphibious.)

    But so far, I've got one and one only left-hand holster for my M357-A1. Where's all the good MA1 leather for lefties? You think you right-hand guys can't find any good holsters, how 'bout us poor southpaws? :( :cry:
     
  11. babj615

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    amphibious:

    * relating to or characteristic of animals of the class Amphibia
    * operating or living on land and in water; "amphibious vehicles"; "amphibious operations"; "amphibious troops"; "frogs are amphibious animals"
    http://wordnet.princeton.edu/perl/webwn

    * (am·phib·i·ous) (am-fib¢e-[schwa]s) capable of living both on land and in water.
    http://www.mercksource.com/pp/us/cns/cn ... a_31zPzhtm

    * Able to operate on land and in the water.
    http://www.onr.navy.mil/focus/ocean/res ... ossary.asp

    * Having the ability to live both on land and in water.
    http://www.visionlearning.com/library/p ... y_term.php

    * The ability of plants to grow both in aquatic and in the exposed soil. Usually in a moist or boggy condition.
    http://www.ukallotments.info/advice/glo ... sary-a.php

    * capable of living both in and out of water; in some cases, may not survive if forced to live either entirely in or entirely out of water.
    http://www2.bishopmuseum.org/PBS/samoas ... ssary.html


    Netfotoj, is their something we need to know about you????
     
  12. czgunner

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    [/quote]
    I got the DeSantis Speed Scabbard in right-hand just because it was such a great deal. (And because I'm amphibious.)
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    AMPHIBIOUS? :lol: ....ambidextrous? :p
     
  13. Netfotoj

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    It's a joke I've shared here before and you guys must have missed it. Really not a joke, a true story. It's about Cozell McQueen, a member of the 1983 N.C. State University basketball team that won the most improbable NCAA Championship in history under Coach Jim Valvano.

    http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/ncaatourney03/story?id=1525209

    The ESPN account above notes that Cozell later met Ric Flair, the famous pro "wrassler" and when he asked Ric for his autograph, Ric said instead that he wanted Cozell's autograph.

    Anyway, Cozell was always good for a quote to sportswriters. One of his most famous was when he made a couple of left-handed hooks in a game and a writer asked him if he'd been practicing with his left hand?

    "Don't have to," Cozell replied. "I'm amphibious." :mrgreen:

    Cozell is from a small town, Bennetsville, South Carolina, about 30 miles from where I live in Rockingham, NC.

    He was once asked by a writer why he accepted a scholarship to N.C. State?

    "I always wanted to go up north to play basketball," Cozell replied. :mrgreen:
     
  14. babj615

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    Ahh... I see!!!

    I thought maybe you had secret gills or something.....

    ...that would have been interesting, no doubt....

    ...alas, the truth is much simpler...

    :wink: :wink:
     
  15. Thunderbear

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    Don't know about the rest of the guys, but I don't have a problem finding anything.

    See Holsters, Illustrated thread for lefty holsters.
     
  16. Syntax360

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    I'm not complaining about having trouble finding something - I'm quite pleased with the products turned out by the good folks over at Blade-Tech. But I sure wouldn't mind picking up a quality leather OWB rig for under $20... :x Oh well..
     
  17. madecov

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    CDNN tells me they are almost sold out.
    I ordered mine along with several cases of the SXT ammo
     
  18. BulletBait

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    your thread is what convinced me to get the Concealco.


    Netfotoj, when you said amphibious, I was thinking of the famous Glock Aqua-bump under water shooting.
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  19. Thunderbear

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    Glad it helped. Concealco is still my favorite leather holster. Even after all this time, the throat stays open wide.