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Hey guys,
I was thinking of buying a fobus paddle holster for the range. Someone told me it can scratch the finish of the pistol. Forgot whether d pistol involved was a P99. Anyone here uses a fobus holster? Any advise would be well appreciated. If it does scratch the pistol maybe u guys can suggest other holsters (paddle or belt as long as its outside the pants). Thanks guys in advance.
 

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Chocoboy

Comp-Tac builds an incredible holster that will suit you just fine. Top quality and made to fit!  

Noted especially for its ease of draw!  Check out their web site!

The Safariland (model # 6280) will also do the job, beautifully.

This is a retention holster and you may not need to go that route.

Search that online, as well.

These are not inexpensive holsters, but they both are renown for superior quality: and they build for the Walther P99.

Dan
 

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I have both a Fobus paddle and Com-Tac.
I like the FObus for the range.

The Com-tac I have not have very long. It is comfortable. I left the range with it on and made it all the way home when my wife asked about the significance of the holster.


I don't think you can hurt the P99 finish. It has all the toughness of a Glock and yet the refinements of a precision tool.

Either will work for the range. The Com-tac is more rugged.
 

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I've got the Fobus paddle holster for my 9mm P99. Although not used extensively I noticed some marks on both sides of the trigger guard, where the holster holds the gun. When pulling the gun out of the holster, in time you will get a horizontal line with a polished appearance, no scratches.
 

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Dan / J Hoss:

notice any horizontal lines on your P99 after using comp-tac or your Fobus holster as with ET?
 
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