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N82 tactical holster

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by jaysonL, Dec 9, 2011.

  1. jaysonL

    jaysonL

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    Anyone use one of these ? If so , what do you think of it ? I have the Crossbreed super tuck now, and it is really good, but I wonder if this may be better.....:dunno:

    http://n82tactical.com/n82store/
     
  2. jbh165nc

    jbh165nc

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    Well, it is tactical. So its got that going for it.
     


  3. I buy about every holster made. I am always looking for ways to improve what we make. I have N82 in my desk right now. I suggest you stick to the CBST. My .02
     
  4. racer88

    racer88 NRA & SAF mbr

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    It's not (better). I've been using a CBST for nearly two years, and I've been happy with it. But, I like trying new things, especially if they're not too expensive. So, I recently got a N82. It's OK, but it rides too high for me, and it's not adjustable for ride height. Hits me in the ribs. It will likely find permanent residence in the "box-o-holsters." I will say that it's well-made, and I like the clear lexan shell (seems much more sturdy than Kydex but don't know if it matters). It just doesn't quite fit me right.

    I also just got (1 day ago) a MaxTuck from White Hat Holsters. It's very similar to the CBST. I got mine with custom printed kydex, which is pretty cool. I'll be posting photos when I get a chance. I haven't worn it, yet. And, I'll also post a review when I've had some experience with it.

    The CBST is a darned good holster. Mine is well broken-in, and it's quite comfortable. Unless you've got spare bucks to throw around just to try different stuff out, I'd recommend sticking with the CBST.
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2011
  5. tankermw

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    I love mine. I have had other holsters but this one is my favorite. The holster is very inexpensive and it's definately worth trying. Opinions vary, but YOU may really like it. I tried it and I'm sold.
     
    Last edited: Dec 10, 2011