Best thing to do is check it out in the gun shop before you purchase it. All of the quality hosters I've seen on the market today come in some type of "recloseable" packaging. This is so you'll be able to "touch and feel" the holster before you buy it. Go to your local gun shop and see if they have the firearm model or an equivalent "blue gun" on the shelf. Check the fit in the holster before you purchase. At the least, you could always transport your firearm (the one you're buying the holster for) cased and unloaded into the store to check the fit. Check with the gun shop on their policy before taking any firearms into the store. Let them know what you're looking to do and get their input.The Serpa is on my short list. I like the active retention. can anyone confirm that the Baretta 92 and Taurus PT92 are identical? I know the PT92 is a reproduction of the Beretta 92 but is it identical to the point that an injection molded holster for a Baretta 92 will work with a Taurus PT92?
Well I'll be dipped - I sure would have lost money on THAT bet. Thanks for the info though. Fobus makes a fine product too - no worries.Thanks... Blackhawk tells me that the Beretta 92 ans PT92 are not interchangeable holster-wise and they do not have a holster to fit the PT92. Looks like its' going to be Fobus.
Yes Sir, that is true. I have one for my 92FS. GF is correct about a quality belt. The both the belt loop retainer & the paddle do a good job of grabbing your belt to maintain stablity.I have a Serpa and it came with both the belt loop and the paddle. Just remove a couple of screws to change it out.