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VTCamp
April 8, 2013, 01:07 PM
This is a good piece of gear. Very flexible. You can carry it on the left or right side and go with or without the flap. I have mine set up as a shoulder holster. This requires the accessory kit. Total cost was about $80 for everything including the kit. Exact same as I wore in the service when they switched over to the Beretta M9 9mm. You don't need a cartridge belt to wear it as it will accept a trouser belt up to 1 1/2" wide. The M12 holster has the added advantage of being a perfect fit for the 1911. This holster does a great job of protecting the firearm when the flap is installed. New here and I don't know if we are allowed to promote where it was purchased. If you want to know, just e-mail me.

amd6547
April 8, 2013, 02:15 PM
It is a great holster. It also fits the Glock 17 well.
They are all over eBay for cheap. That is where I got mine.
I also got the "pistolmans set", which consists of a thigh extender for the M12 and four molle pistol mag pouches.
My M12 was made by government contractor cathey, and looks identical to the Bianchi.

VTCamp
April 8, 2013, 05:49 PM
Following the lead of amd6547, I'll tell you that I got my M12 holster and accessory shoulder harness at www.SurvivalCenterOnline.com They are both Bianchi products with a NSN on them. There were several manufacturers of the M12, Bianchi being one. The site I mention is good for USGI equipment. I also purchased some M16 magazine pouches that were brand new but that is another story.