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therhino 10-18-2012 04:38 AM

Molded or stock for a shoulder holster?
 
Hey all.
I'm looking to pull the trigger (ha ha) on a shoudler rig for my CZ82. I've looked at a lot of different models and makers, and have liked the reputation of High Noon, and the pricing of their Under Armor/Undertaker shoulder rigs.
I can't quite afford the Undertaker rig, but can spring for the Under Armor.
The question I have is, is a non-molded holster going to be worth owning?

I also looked at the Falco 42-22, which is stock as a molded holster and is detachable from the rig for use on a belt, but Falco seems to have TERRIBLE customer service and shipping times. Has anyone ordered from these guys in and actually gotten their order in less than 4 months?

Anyone own a CZ82 and a shoulder rig with a double mag pouch? I can get a dirt cheap surplus vertical from cz-usa, but I'm looking for something with a double-mag offset and a horizontal carry.

Thanks!


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