View Full Version : Any recommendations for an H&K Tactical .45 holster

February 11, 2001, 05:30 PM
Could anyone give me a few holster recommendations
for an H&K Tactical .45 acp . Preferably
not a thigh strap swat team open carry rig.
I will take delivery of my new piece on Wednesday!!
I can hardly wait.

February 11, 2001, 06:10 PM
I've been very happy with Kydex holsters for my guns. I would check with Mad Dog to see if he makes one for that model. I know he does for other H&K's. If not check with Bladetech.

February 12, 2001, 08:58 AM
There's a guy named SOE that may be able to help you out, he has a website with tactical gear on it.


February 13, 2001, 02:25 PM
We specialize in tactical holsters (drop style). We have a nylon holster with a Kydex insert that works great with the USP. The Kydex offers better stand off and allows quick retention for EPW handling situations. Our holsters have two leg straps with two layers of elastic. Check out the pictures on our site. These holsters have been jumped, dived and ran all over the world by Recon, SEALS and SF.




February 13, 2001, 02:43 PM
Check out Frank Spezzano's CEN-DEX Kydex holsters the "Talon" & "Storm" @ http://www.cen-dex.com Frank's work is easily equal to the Kydex standard, Mad Dog's "Gun Glove" holsters. FWIW Mad Dog does not list the "Tactical" on their chart. http://www.mdenterprise.com/holsters.htm

February 13, 2001, 10:04 PM
Flat Belt Holster-Ambidextrious The AFBH is designed to work on any belt up to 2" wide and fits most small to medium frame automatics and revolvers. It has an adjustable thumb break which is fully ambidextrous. Features Include: Made of Nytaneon, Adjustable Thumb break.

Exec. Pro. / Body Guard Holster BlackHawk's new EPH is a form fitting, lightweight, super comfortable belt holster. It can be worn inside or outside the belt as well as cross drawn. It is also fully ambidextrous with a secure reversible thumb break.

Holster : Inside Trouser Black This comfortable wearing concealed holster is designed to be worn on the inside of your pants. It is held securely to the waist with the rotatable belt loop which allows "canting" of the weapon when in the seated or standing position. The weapon is held secure by an adjustable thumb break. Fits most medium to large frame weapons. Photo shows right hand back draw version. Left hand version available.

Just a couple of ideas, hope they helped. Find 'em at the link below.


Scott Evans
February 14, 2001, 01:25 AM
Those Cen-Dex holsters look exactly like Mad Dog rigs to me. What's the deal?

February 14, 2001, 10:28 AM
Frank, I believe, worked at, or with, Mad Dogs Holster "side" at one time.

February 14, 2001, 03:23 PM
This is the question that we should be asking you before we tell you what you should buy. It is obvious that you would prefer to not have a drop leg holster, but what kinds of configurations have you seen that you did like (belt, IWB, OWB, shoulder, duty). What materials have you seen for it that you liked. There is kydex, nylon, or leather, etc.

After you decide what you want and how it will work for you, then lok at models that fit your needs. I am not going to spout about the models that I sell when I don't know what you need, it wouldn't be the best way to help you.

Good luck with your new pistol. I know I would like to have one of those. I always get happy when I get a new gun.

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