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Holster for USPSA - Glock 34

Discussion in 'General Competition' started by JoeInKS, Mar 6, 2010.

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  1. JoeInKS

    JoeInKS

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    Not looking to break the bank but is there a reasonably priced holster that folks can recommend for use in USPSA Production?
     
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    Most production shooters use the Bladetech DOH holster. That is what I run my Glock 34 in. They are pretty reasonably priced, $60-70.
     

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    just make sure that you get one that is IDPA legal IF you want to shoot in IDPA too.
    i think the DOH holster is illegal for IDPA since it sits off the belt and down.
    but its a great holster for USPSA!!

    enjoy.
     
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    Boxerglocker Jacks #1 Fan

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    I run the same BT for both, you can just remove the DOH and screw the SR belt loop directly to the holster boday for IDPA.
     
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    I used a Galco injection molded holster for years, I think I paid like $25 for it. These days I use a regular Blade-Tech belt holster. The injection molded stuff gets a bad rap sometimes but for games it works just fine.
     
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    fourrobert13 I am the law.

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    I run a comp tac paddle w/idpa modification in both idpa and uspsa. It was around $50, but i get a leo discount with comp tac.
     
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    Bladetech DOH is the most popular. The 511 Bladetech is cheaper and is injected and not Kydex. The DOH can be added to that as well
     
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    Thank you folks...


    Looks like the DOH will be the answer.


    Have one ordered.
     
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    I use a BladeTech DOH for my 17/34, Steyr, 1911, and Witness. They are a wonderful USPSA holster. They work pretty well for steel shoots as well.