Driving Crossdraw Holsters

Discussion in 'M, C, L and S Series' started by Senshi, May 1, 2018.

  1. Senshi

    Senshi New Member

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    Interested in something similar to the DeSantis Criss Cross. Are there any other, more mainstream pistols, that can share a holster? I have the S9-A1. Not enamored, with waiting on a Craft holster. That may, or may not show up. After waiting a couple months.
     
  2. Rotorflyr

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    Not 100% sure if he makes one for the A1 (or just the original) but the UBG Phaetos 3 slot can be worn strong side or cross draw 4 to 6 weeks according to his site runs $65 or you might check with Fist Holsters, they make a driving holster that is supposed to be pretty nice...it's a niche pistol, going to require a niche holster and while you may find one that will "work" it won't have proper retention and isn't worth the aggravation in the long run
     
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  3. Senshi

    Senshi New Member

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    I appreciate the input. Great firearm, deserves a better representation from the aftermarket. Thx again for your input...
     
  4. rut3556

    rut3556 New Member

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    >>Interested in something similar to the DeSantis Criss Cross<<

    I just picked one up for my S&W Shield, but haven't worn it yet. Looks to be well made etc. The good news is it shipped immediately, unlike the 8+ weeks I've waited for other "custom" holsters.
     
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  5. Rotorflyr

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    Falco Holsters makes one.
    https://www.amazon.com/Steyr-S9A1-Cross-Leather-Holster/dp/B06XYGWXN6


    UBG list's the M series but notes if your gun isn't listed contact him and he'll see if he can borrow a mold or pistol to make the holster.

    Fist does list Steyr as guns they make holsters for, but it's not entirely clear if they make them for the SA1. They list the guns as:
    MA1

    9/40

    M series

    S series

    So I would contact them and check to be sure if your interested.

    http://www.fist-holsters.com/storag...pel-12h-159i-160l-167-177-189-212-detail.html

    If you scroll down there's a video that demo's the holster.
     
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  6. rut3556

    rut3556 New Member

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    >>Fist does list Steyr as guns they make holsters<<

    I was a big FIST fan once upon a time, but I found that the finish did not stand up well to scuffing etc.
     
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  7. Rotorflyr

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    I've heard others say the same thing, personally as long as it's not a "bbq" holster, I don't really care if they look used/scuffed up as long as retention isn't affected.

    Having said that, one solution would be to use a leather friendly "clear coat" that will help protect the finish.
     
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