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 Post subject: Re: HP Holster fitment guide
PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 6:37 am 
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Ok i ended up getting a BullDog extreme shoulder gear.
Seems not to mant talk about the shoulder set ups,,,is there a reason?? :dunno:

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 1:59 pm 
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Probably more of us wear belt holsters would be my guess.... but its whatever works for you that counts.

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PostPosted: Sat Feb 26, 2011 7:23 pm 
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I've never liked any of the shoulder holsters I've used -- I make jokes: "No wonder women bitch about their bra." based on my experience with them.

However, I'm considering one that carries the pistol low and vertical so it's similar to a cross-draw. I think it might be more comfortable for those in-and-out-of car days.

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I love the vertical shoulder rigs. Don't much care for the horizontal though, don't seem to conceal a well.

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What Codger said about vertical vs horizontal...and that concealment issue is why shoulder rigs aren't as popular, as well. Have to wear a coat, ALL the time, to stay concealed. With a belt rig, you can just un-tuck a shirt, and you are covered; it may print, but at least it is covered.

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I have noticed i reposition the strap across left shoulder constantly on my shoulder gear,feels like its slipping.

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We only own Bull Dog holsters. I use a size 33 for both my C-9 and my wife's CF-380. I use a size 31 for my JHP-45. I do like the Bull Dog holsters because of the thumb snap and it is ambidextrous, plus I like the looks and the spare mag compartment. This is just my opinion.

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MechWolf, i have to go look for that size 31 now.

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 Post subject: Re: HP Holster fitment guide
PostPosted: Sat Apr 30, 2011 9:27 am 
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Good luck Tim. You might experiment a little. It fits mine the way I like it, with a bit longer holster so my barrel is about an inch inside the holster.

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I stopped by Gander Mountain on the way to the range. They didn't have Bull dog holsters but found an Uncle Mikes.

Now just have to try wearin it.

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The Uncle Mike's size 5 will work for the .40 S&W, which is what I'm using (for now). It is tight @ first, but will become less so.

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FOBUS standard - #HP2 i have one of these, it fits a C-9 very well, but you have to make sure its held in good, also you have to "oil" it or its hard to get pistol out, it takes a little practice to draw with it


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Natchez sells these Bulldog holsters that fit the JHP perfectly.

http://www.natchezss.com/Category.cfm?c ... le=Bulldog Hi-Point Autos Extreme Pistol Holster


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If anyone still uses their HP's as carry pieces, I have discovered that many of the "generic" holsters that fit the XD9 subcompact will fit their C9. while I no longer use my Hi Point as an EDC, I still check around for holsters to fit, and when I bought my Black Hawk IWB size 3 for my XD, I found that it fits my C9 nearly perfectly.

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