View Full Version : Best shoulder rig for a fullsize CZ-75?
April 19, 2002, 09:57 PM
The title says it all... I'm already planning ahead for next fall/winter when I can resume wearing a heavier jacket, and looking for a good shoulder rig. anybody?
April 20, 2002, 06:09 PM
Bianchi X15's come in 4 different sizes, one of which should fit your future gun. It is a nice quality leather shoulder holster that's good for fall/winter concealment. Another bonus of the X15 is that it's a vertical holster, so you won't be covering some innocent bystander behind you.
April 21, 2002, 02:02 PM
I just bought a Galco Miami Classic off of a guy on another bulletin board. I'd had a Bianchi for a while but this is much nicer. Granted the Bianchi I had was much older.
I really like this Galco. It needs some break in but seems to be well on the way.
The Bianchi was much softer which made it more comfortable/concealable right off the bat. But it was almost too soft. It didn't have the resilience that I want in a holster. I like something that takes a while to break in but lasts forever once it is. The Bianchi was a soft suede and stretched too easily. The gun ended up feeling a little floppy. The Galco feels like steel in comparison. On the other hand, the leather on this Galco is almost too thick. It creates quite a bit of bulk under your arm and doesn't conceal as well.
We'll see. Drop an email if you'd like an update a month down the road. Good luck on your search
April 22, 2002, 04:49 PM
You might also try a Falco from www.markarov.com The Falco is an eastern european manufactured rig of high quality and low price. Cruffler also did a road test on them and gave them a thumbs up.
April 22, 2002, 05:05 PM
horseshoe leather (in surrey, england) make some very nice scabbards for the cz75 (very popular with his european cuatomers) including a very nice shoulder rig...also available as a double rig.
vBulletin® v3.8.7, Copyright ©2000-2013, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.