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Just received their black leather OWB, two-position holster @ $54.95 + shipping. Initially a very tight fit and hard to withdraw weapon from holster.
Wore it all day today and cycled it in and out of the holster 20+ times. Very nice fit and good quality. Not quite as good as my Bianchi I have for the Ruger P-89, but worth the money.
Works well either strong-hand or cross-draw.....
 

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TJMedic- Any chance I could get a pic of your gun in that holster? Or could you tell me--- with the gun in the holster can you get a full grip, does the holster block your middle finger from coming up under the trigger guard?
 
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Can do photos.....

As I recall, the pickup is smooth and your three last fingers are able to grip the pistol without any encumbrance.... will check it out and give the final answer......
 
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That looks like a nice holster. The two belt loops on the one side make it so that you can adjust the cant. I had an HBE pancake holster like that for a CZ P-01 like that once. I liked it alot untill I found the joys of IWB hoslters :)
 
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Confirmed!

Yes, the grip is fine for a quick pick-up with all three fingers(middle, ring, pinkie).
IWB is for young men with actual waistlines...... :cry:
 

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While not the style I prefer , I may have to order one
along with the light rail adapter.

Wish somone made a holster that accepted the adapter
 
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