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Offline p40whk

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What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #30 on: January 19, 2012, 11:58:23 AM »
I heard about an ITAC-CZ75 but have seen one yet.  Anybody tried this paddle holster?

I have the ITAC holster on order, they actually have one with a detachable mag pouch but it's not on their website (call them). The guy I spoke to their had a lot of good things to say about the 75B and I've seen some video reviews of their holsters so I'll give a report when I get it.

By the way, the people at ITAC Defense were a pleasure to work with.


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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #31 on: January 22, 2012, 05:40:50 PM »
don hume jit slide  no. 53-145.    fits good and works on alot of other guns
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #32 on: January 22, 2012, 07:42:10 PM »
I found a Fobus HK1 fits very well.

So does the Fobus RU97 and Fobus Evolution HK2, which I prefer to the normal one Fobus supposedly designed for the CZ75.  There are probably a few others in the Fobus line that will also work.
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #33 on: February 14, 2012, 08:52:58 AM »
I tried the Blackhawk Serpa Level 2 Sportster right hand gun metal gray for the Beretta 92/92 (not Elite, Brigadier or M9A1) Size 04 - model number 413504BK-R and it fit perfectly. $24.06 with free delivery at Amazon.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0027JAQKQ/ref=oh_o02_s00_i00_details
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Offline sfrenchy

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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #34 on: March 10, 2012, 09:10:15 AM »
I have a "GARRETT" leather lined Kadex holster that is made for a 1911 that I use at USPSA matches for my Dan Wesson stainless PM7 .45. My nickel 75B works in it very well also and the leather lining will protect the finish. The "Garrett" has adjusting screws on it so you can set the "tightness" and also the cant. Very cool holster and a great company (man and wife) to deal with. A bit pricey, but worth it in my opinion. Also check out their "Pez dispenser" mag holder, I don't remember its real name, but it holds 6 mags comfortably and they're always in the same place-one after another- so your hand is always grabbing them in the same place. Makes mag changes during a match easier in my opinion than having single or double mag carriers all over the place. It looks a bit weird, but works GREAT!

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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #35 on: May 08, 2012, 06:54:27 PM »
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.
 

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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #36 on: June 05, 2012, 05:47:34 PM »
I picked up a new holster from a company called CrossFire.  The model is called the Traverse, and it's a soft pancake style with two belt loops.  Made in USA, and it's got an elastic retainer strap that has a tab on it, making it easy and quick to pull out of the way on the draw.  The holster is very well made, carries well, and I like it.

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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #37 on: June 22, 2012, 11:24:09 PM »
I have an itac holster for mine absolutly love it 41.00 from itac :) :)
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #38 on: August 06, 2012, 01:12:50 AM »
Triple K makes a number of leather holsters that fit the CZ75. I usually get them from www.cowboyneeds.com .

I recently bought this one http://www.cowboyneeds.com/440.html for my CZ75B .40 cal and I like it. It is a good fit for the pistol and distributes the weight well.
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #39 on: August 16, 2012, 02:46:08 PM »
Got this off eBay. I have worn it every day since. I've had it around 10 days. As of now I am 100% happy with it. I highly recommend it. $38.00




http://www.ebay.com/itm/280874414611

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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #40 on: August 19, 2012, 12:21:15 AM »
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.

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Offline martian9r

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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #41 on: September 03, 2012, 11:22:11 AM »
Some browsing around of the Safariland website led me to this list of holsters designed for the CZ75.  The "xxx" after each part number are the 3 digit codes for matrial/finish and rh/lh.  Some of the holsters only list one finish, some have several, but I just represented them as "xxx".  Also, some of the parts appear to be interchangeable, but numbered differently.  For example, the only "apparent" difference between a 6004 and 6005 is the addition of a quick release on the attachment straps, and has nothing to do with the parts that touch the gun. I just picked up a used 6005 with a belt attachment that someone put together from parts.


This list may have errors, may not be complete, and should only be used as a reference.

Duty holsters:
6280-90-xxx
6287-90-xxx

Tactical holsters:
6004-90-xxx
6005-90-xxx

Concealment holsters:
6287-90-xxx
5181-99-xxx
5187-99-xxx
5188-99-xxx
5189-99-xxx
567-51-xxx
568-51-xxx

Competition holster:
014-853-xxx
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #42 on: November 17, 2012, 11:24:08 PM »
Antone know if this would this fit a CZ75?
http://www.fleetfarm.com/mff/detail/blackhawk-3-slot-pancake-holster-rt-/0000000080768
I can the it for a Baretta 92 or a 1911.
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #43 on: November 18, 2012, 12:56:38 AM »
Antone know if this would this fit a CZ75?
http://www.fleetfarm.com/mff/detail/blackhawk-3-slot-pancake-holster-rt-/0000000080768
I can the it for a Baretta 92 or a 1911.

As this Holster appears to be precisely molded for the Beretta/Taurus 92, I would say No.  Holsters that fit Cz75's, Clones, and the Beretta/Taurus 92 are NOT precisely molded.
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Re: What holsters fit the CZ-75B?
« Reply #44 on: November 29, 2012, 02:51:34 PM »
I have a "GARRETT" leather lined Kadex holster that is made for a 1911 that I use at USPSA matches for my Dan Wesson stainless PM7 .45. My nickel 75B works in it very well also and the leather lining will protect the finish. The "Garrett" has adjusting screws on it so you can set the "tightness" and also the cant. Very cool holster and a great company (man and wife) to deal with. A bit pricey, but worth it in my opinion. Also check out their "Pez dispenser" mag holder, I don't remember its real name, but it holds 6 mags comfortably and they're always in the same place-one after another- so your hand is always grabbing them in the same place. Makes mag changes during a match easier in my opinion than having single or double mag carriers all over the place. It looks a bit weird, but works GREAT!

Wow, checked these out and I think I am going to spring for one soon! Look perfect. Thanks for the tip.