The Fobus plastic roto-holster sold as fitting the 75B can be made to fit pretty well.
Drill out the top rivet by the retention/trigger guard area. Install a small machine screw and self-locking nut with a small spring (some have used an O-ring) between the two halves. Holster your gun and adjust the screw until the retention is to your liking. The gun will smoothly holster and un-holster with a modest/safe retention.\
There are better holsters, but this one will work.
I was given this holster, and it was definitely too tight without modification. What I did was very similar to what is described above. Total investment, a little time and $0.85 for the bolt from Lowes. I tried a washer as a spacer, but it made it too loose. I ended up using a couple pieces of thick paper or thin cardboard. Hopefully the pictures are self explanatory with the description above.
Do either of you know if this holster model is CZ75BH (standard belt holster), CZ75RB (roto-style belt holster), or CZ75RB214 (made for 2-1/4" belts) ?
These are all belt holsters that are represented on the Fobus website as being designed for the CZ75B - 9MM. I am looking for a belt holster for the range. No CC in IL so I am not really worried about visibilty, compactness, etc... just want a nicely priced (cheap?) belt holster. I have a ProTech that fits it fine, but I have come to find that the thumb brake is dificult to release, and then the strap sometimes interferes with re-holstering. I really dont want to shoot my toe off because the strap catches on the trigger, so I have not been using the thumbrake strap at all, and the gun is not secured except by gravity.
At under $30 these fit the price point, but even the Fobus site does not have pictures of them...
Any help would be appreciated.