Some P99/P99c Holsters compared

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      Some P99/P99c Holsters compared

      I thought I'd post some pictures of some holsters for the P99c. Still not sure which I like best.


      Fist #1A holster with body protector.


      Fist #1A holster Kydex version, with body protector.


      The Kydex holster also fits the P99!


      This is the Comp-Tac Pro Undercover for the P99.


      The P99c fits the Comp-Tac Pro Undercover just fine and has just a bit of extra room at the end.

      Quick impressions:
      The #1A in Kydex is super thin and adds very little width to the gun. The gun fits into the holster with a nice secure "click" at the trigger guard. The #1A in leather is made very well. Very tight fit that will have to be broken in a bit. The leather hugs the gun and does not add the degree of bulk I expected from a leather holster. The body protector costs extra but is worth the $8.00 since it keeps the slide away from the body. The Comp-Tac is a bit thicker than the Fist and rides a bit higher on the belt line. I received the Fist holsters exactly 3 weeks after placing my order. Comp-Tac took about 2 weeks. Both companies have been great to deal with.

      Sorry for the long post. Hopefully these comparisons will be helpful.

      FunYet

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      Nice holsters

      This is what I use typically...



      A Bianchi 7L



      A Matrix Holster from Galco. It's actually for a USPc... It works for the P99, but not quite as well.







      And here is a Maximo special (he is a member here)


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      Wow... that Fist leather looks nice.... I am impressed
      I don't care for the looks of that Kydex though... the stitching on Kydex doesn't make sense to me at all....
      Comp-tac has always had good stuff..thanks for sharing those nice pics

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      Quote Originally Posted by Funyet View Post
      I thought I'd post some pictures of some holsters for the P99c. Still not sure which I like best.


      Fist #1A holster with body protector.


      Fist #1A holster Kydex version, with body protector.


      The Kydex holster also fits the P99!


      This is the Comp-Tac Pro Undercover for the P99.


      The P99c fits the Comp-Tac Pro Undercover just fine and has just a bit of extra room at the end.

      Quick impressions:
      The #1A in Kydex is super thin and adds very little width to the gun. The gun fits into the holster with a nice secure "click" at the trigger guard. The #1A in leather is made very well. Very tight fit that will have to be broken in a bit. The leather hugs the gun and does not add the degree of bulk I expected from a leather holster. The body protector costs extra but is worth the $8.00 since it keeps the slide away from the body. The Comp-Tac is a bit thicker than the Fist and rides a bit higher on the belt line. I received the Fist holsters exactly 3 weeks after placing my order. Comp-Tac took about 2 weeks. Both companies have been great to deal with.

      Sorry for the long post. Hopefully these comparisons will be helpful.

      FunYet
      Are the Fist holsters tuckable?

      Ron

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      That Maximo looks really nice. Great craftsmanship.

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      >Are the Fist holsters tuckable?

      They make a tuckable but the Pro Undercover in the picture is not tuckable. Their web site is www.comp-tac.com.

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      I think I'm already finding the forward cant of the Fist unnessary and for my body a bit uncomfortable. The gun has such a small footprint I think a straight drop might be a better bet. This is no comment on the quality of the holster, just how I fit it.

      What cant/angle do most of you have on your holsters?

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      I have a straight drop P99c holster from Walther that I bought at Earls and it sure feels right.....I do not like forwward cant on IWB holsters....

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      Did you buy the fist from here? FIST, INC.

      Thanks

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