High Noon Holster

Discussion in 'Holsters' started by poppopkelly, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. poppopkelly

    poppopkelly New Member

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    :D Bought a highnoon holster last week. I got the Split Decision model and recieved it the next day. They are in Florida, so am I. The Holster is excellent. When they say that their clip will hold on to the belt they meen it. In fact, I had to take the belt off the pants to get the holster off, and then it was hooked onto the pants. It is small fits nicely iwb but has a very nice feature. It has been made so you can tuck in a shirt over it. Really a great feature.

    Showed it to some of the guys on the shift and well one bought his for a ppk and another got one for his kel-tec.

    High noon does seem to make a good product, so far it has withstood me and I am a rather large person, nasty type of guy.

    Well will keep you updated as I go but so far so good and only for less than fifty dollars.

    Tiny
     
  2. madecov

    madecov Active Member

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  3. poppopkelly

    poppopkelly New Member

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    Like that.. wonder if they make for the A1.
     
  5. WorldPax

    WorldPax New Member

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    Funny, I just got the same holster, except it's the model that's not tuckable. Overall I like it, but I have two gripes.

    1- It's a good fit but it's not a perfect fit. The gun doesn't go down into the holster quite deep enough to cover the entire trigger area, the trigger is effectively covered though.

    2- I don't like the placement of the tension screw. You'll notice it's under the trigger guard and when it's clipped into my waist it creates an extra bulge, or I guess it's kind of hard to explain, takes up more space than it needs to.

    I'm not disapponted with it, for $25 I consider it money well spent to give me an idea what I do and don't want in an IWB holster.

    PS: The retention is good, and the draw is smooth. It's not really good at one handed re-holstering.
     
  6. breechplug

    breechplug New Member

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    Is it stiff enough that it stays tucked when you draw? Looks real comfortable. =D>
     
  7. poppopkelly

    poppopkelly New Member

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    it holds

    The clip that is attached to the holster holds tight. In fact I have to take the belt off to remove the holster.

    Was at the range today and it does the job. Weapon comes out no problem. Also I do not have the screw bulge but then again, I do not have the tension set hard.
     
  8. breechplug

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    I think I'll give that one a try. Thanks for the report. :!:
     
  9. Muddy

    Muddy New Member

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    Safariland 6004?

    Does anyone know if any of the Safariland 6004 tactical retention thigh holsters will fit the Steyr M9A1? Thanks in advance.
     
  10. madecov

    madecov Active Member

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    Currently Safariland does not make any holsters for the A1.
    The only holster available from Safariland is the 6280 (SLS) for the M.
    I have one, fit is good. Typical safariland.