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Just wanted to throw my two cents in on this great holster. I wore my new one today with a pair of shorts and a t-shirt and it concealed my Baer Concept VII perfectly.

This is one great holster.

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Second that. Have one in left-hand persuasion for my Sig P220. Great holster!

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McGee, and Fred, Thanks a million to you both for the compliment. I'm pissed though..Wish I could be wearing shorts, and a t-shirt! This has been one tough winter around here. We woke up this morning to about 3 inches of snow...AGAIN, or should I have said STILL...

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Lou,

Know exactly how you feel. Why it probably won't get any higher than 66 degrees here today. Brrrr!!!


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Wearing a pair of shorts ?!?!?!
Oh wait, your in Texas. I love Texas, I wanna be a cowboy
. I just can't understand why I'm in Chicago
. It's freezing here, I can't even imagine wearing shorts right now. Do ya have to rub it in?
 

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Hello yall
Hi Lou
I am confused is this an IWB holster the photos at RF's shows the holster OWB.
BTW It is about 70 here in NW Florida

Carlos

[This message has been edited by CMC (edited 03-03-2001).]

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Does RF have a web site? Sam
 

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Seems to be some confusion regarding the CQC line of holsters. I'll try to clarify it:
CQC- OWB holster with the traditional two slots to thread the belt through. Rides High

CQC/S- OWB is the one that snaps on the belt,
rides slightly lower.

CQC/I- IWB reinforced mouthband, interchangeable loops, stitched sight rails.
Rides low in the pants.

Lou

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Another old thread resurrection!

Lou's CQC/S is the single best OWB holster I've ever used. I've had 4 of them so far, for different guns, and he gets all the "fine points" just right, including the relationship of depth of holster relative to belt and cant (which together conspire to achieve balance), and of course stability and the convenience of quick on-off provided by the fore and aft snapped straps.

The CQC/S happens to be shown and described in the current issue of American Handgunner.
 

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Lou and others,
Guns are easier to conceal when wearing winter gear. Look at the bright side, but wear sun glasses in the snow.

Son,
Where you been?

Jerry
 

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SAWBONES said:
Another old thread resurrection!

Lou's CQC/S is the single best OWB holster I've ever used. I've had 4 of them so far, for different guns, and he gets all the "fine points" just right, including the relationship of depth of holster relative to belt and cant (which together conspire to achieve balance), and of course stability and the convenience of quick on-off provided by the fore and aft snapped straps.

The CQC/S happens to be shown and described in the current issue of American Handgunner.
I completely agree with your evaluation of Alessi's CQC/S. I have one for each kind and size of pistol I own except for the Browning Hi-Power with an FM Detective slide. If Alessi made one for it I'd buy that too.
 
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