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Uncle Mike's Kydex Beretta 92, 96 Paddle Holster Right Hand Kydex Black 54201

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Uncle Mike's has 66+ years of experience creating durable swivels, slings, holsters, ammo holders. Everything they do is done with pride and precision to ensure that only the best examples of what Uncle Mike's stands for leave their facility. Regardless if you are using their gear on your recent mission, daily duty, hunting, or concealed carry Uncle Mike's has the right gear for you. Uncle Mike's "The Finest, the Original, Uncle Mike's."

You asked for it, and we delivered in grand fashion. Featuring an ultra-adjustable design, this paddle holster is soft, pliable and features air vents for the utmost in wearing ease.

Specifications and Features:
Drawing is easier because the body's lead edge is cut down
Adjusts for rake and height to match your torso height and body type
An excellent choice for both men and women
Includes paddle and belt loop accessories
It rides close to the body at a mid-level height
Near vertical rake for conventional behind-the-hip carry

Fits, P:
Beretta 92, 96


Item#: 45460
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I purchased this holster hoping I could use it to help conceal my Taurus PT92 AF, which is essentially a clone of the Beretta 92. The type of gun here is not what worries me, so please read on. The problem started with the first holster I ordered, where I was unable to loosen any of the screws. They just continued to rotate with the bolt. So then I figured I had a dud, and went through the hassle of having to sent it in to CTD. The second one they sent me had the same problem, but this time with 2 out of the 4 screws. I was able to unscrew the paddle from the holster, but unable to loosen the holster to fit my gun. My roommate even sliced his finger trying to hold the bolt while unscrewing (the bolt is sharp in the middle). So after this I called Uncle Mike's and got a really good experience from their customer service. Their answer to the problem was to use a blow dryer to detach the bolt and screw...this didn't work. I tried applying a lighter to it (much hotter) and that didn't work. I even went through the trouble of borrowing my roommate's blow torch he used for his Creme Brulee...that apparently wasn't hot enough either to losen anything. So after all of this, I was glad CTD would refund me with no arguments, I just did not appreciate the hassle of Uncle Mike creating a product that is this defective and requires \"blow dryer\" to fix it. They were willing for me to send it to them to fix it, but with this serial killer on the lose in Tallahassee...I am not going to wait any longer. I am going with another holster for my other gun :)Props to CTD for refunding me, no props to Uncle Mike for making a product this defective. But at least they have nice customer service as well..."