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Old 08-23-2010, 11:04 PM
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I need some suggestions for CS45 holsters, preferably OWB but would consider IWB also.
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I use two different ones for my CS45, for a OWB I have a Hume JIT slide 28CS-45 and for IWB I use a Bianchi 100 Pro size 11, I prefer the JIT slide. Neither one has a retention strap.
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Fobus lists their SG21 for the CS45 but since I had a older Fobus RU97 for a Ruger P94 I sold - I sawed end off to fit flush with the CS45 and use it. I also sometimes use an Uncle Mike's soft IWB size 15. Oh - and a few of my pants pockets allow for front pocket carry but I don't do that very often. Usually when my attire won't allow for the CS45 - I'll pocket carry my S&W 642.
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"Fist" leather makes a great holster for the CS45 with many options available.
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I have kramer in both in IWB and OWB both seem to be good holsters although I only use the IWB and very happy with it.
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Blade-tech makes em if you like the polymer stuff. Also Highnoonholsters.com for leather.
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Try Kirkpatrick holsters, quality leather holster made to order and a very reasonable price. I've used them for most of my pistols. They have a web site thats easy to use.
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I'd order one from Lobogunleather in a heartbeat, but Ray doesn't have the mould for this gun.
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I'm curious to know what your final decision will be - please post when you choose.
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