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Glock 21SF Holster

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by dday27, May 21, 2007.

  1. dday27

    dday27

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    Has any one found a carry holster that will fit with the picatiiny rail yet? If so where...
     
  2. TexasPOff

    TexasPOff "Dump The Hump"

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    Comp-Tac makes several holsters for the SF pic rail. Just check out thier site Comp-Tac.com. :thumbsup:
     

  3. Eagle1

    Eagle1 Oh glockaholic!

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    If you are into Fobus Holsters, their GL4 will fit the pic rail version. It is designated for the Glock 30 with the new rail. I have one and the pic rail 21SF fits in it perfectly!
     
  4. G21craig

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    Uncle Mike`s Sidekick size#16 also will fit.
     
  5. apxpred

    apxpred can ewe resist

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    Got my crossbreed last week.
     
  6. walkin' trails

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    I've got an Aker Flatsider and a Kramer Thomas Perfectionist left over from my original G21. The Aker, after I backed off on the tension screw will accept the gun, although I detect a bit of a potential hangup around the tension device. The Kramer is snug, but not dangerously so. I'm not currently carrying the gun and haven't had much time to practice drawing from this holster. If you like leather, best bet is to call the holster makers and find out if they are planning holsters that take the G21SF pic rail into consideration. If you like synthetics, it sounds like Comp-Tac is the one to go with right now.