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Cheap Fobus Holsters

Discussion in 'Smart Shopper' started by Ngkon, Jun 4, 2003.

  1. Ngkon

    Ngkon GOT AMMO?

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    man..that is a good price.
     

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    thanks for the heads up, that's about half off on the fobus. the od is a tad rare and my favorite color.

    picked up some butch's bore shine too, been needing some.
     
  4. Ngkon

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    The holsters are now 7.95
    Nick
     
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    AC37 SystemicAnomaly

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    Does anyone know if these will fit the subcompacts (26, 27, 33) ok? I know that holster would be longer than the gun, that's ok. I just wonder if they'd actually be usuable. I'm thinking about buying a couple at this price. :)
     
  7. Ngkon

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    They don't fit the 26/27 due to the large recoil rod diameter.
    Nick
     
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    You get what you pay for men.

    Cheap it was, Cheap it is. I bought one after reading this and it definitely is a $7.95 holster. It is thin, light weight plastic, rivets (not adjustable screws, and holds your Glock on your belt probably as well as if it were hanging in your handkerchief.

    Who ever wants my Fobus in OD can have it for $5 plus shipping.

    Save up and buy a Bladetech.

    Good Luck
     
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    AC37 SystemicAnomaly

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    Actually over the weekend, I got the opportunity to check it out firsthand, table right next to ours had a bunch of Fobus holsters, including this one...they DO fit after all! Which is very cool of course.:cool:
     
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    The older fobus model had the 26/27 listed on the label with all the 9/40's, but was a mistake. Fobus designed a holster specifically for the 26/27 only. This was 4-5yrs ago, it might be "all in one" now.

    It was because of the lack of light rail, not guide rod. Or so I was told.

    They're ok for a cheap holster, but you do get what you pay for and COMP-TAC is more of a paddle holster than the Fobus will ever be.