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Just received HighNoon Hosters's Split Decision IWB tuck in holster.
Appears well made, very good fit and finish and a belt clip that is very secure.
The tension screw is well placed and up to the task, I've run with my m-a1 9mm and it remains in place. Abeit the holster is not even close to being broken in, the tension is enough to allow the weapon to remain holstered when the two are not on the belt and the pair are inverted and shaken.
The 1 1/2" of tuck space is sufficent to conceal the m-a1 even under a T shirt.
Even with the 15 degree tilt one can relocate the holster to different positions on the belt when sitting vs standing for comfort and convience.

As with any item designed for more than one task there are some things that are not perfect, this holster is a good start.
I also called Foebus and Steyr to see if there was any holster for m-a1 Foebus said no and they had no plans, Steyr has not responded, to date.

I will comment on any changes with time.
 

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Steyr is stocking the De Santis speed scabbard for the A1.
 
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FYI High Noon tells me they're working on 'real' hard-molded holsters for M-A1 holsters and should have them available in 2-3 mos.

I'm not a fan of their soft glove leather holsters (such as the Split Decision). Not easy to reholster, not a very secure fit in the first place but kinda vague. Had one for J-frame carry and sent it back.

Their hard-molded models like the Topless are excellent. :!:
 

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FYI High Noon tells me they're working on 'real' hard-molded holsters for M-A1 holsters and should have them available in 2-3 mos.

I'm not a fan of their soft glove leather holsters (such as the Split Decision). Not easy to reholster, not a very secure fit in the first place but kinda vague. Had one for J-frame carry and sent it back.

Their hard-molded models like the Topless are excellent. :!:

Just takes way too long to get (around 6 months), in less time and at a better price you could get a holster from K&D. Mitch rosen is supposedly getting a dummy mold so his holsters can be gotten
 
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madecov said:
Just takes way too long to get (around 6 months), in less time and at a better price you could get a holster from K&D. Mitch rosen is supposedly getting a dummy mold so his holsters can be gotten
I'll keep K&D in mind for my next holster. You're right that HighNoon's lead time has gotten crazy.

Kramer is adding new pistols all the time, I wonder if they're planning on adding the M-A1?
 
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