Agreed. But we all need to call them just the same to let them know that there is interest out here for such a holster and it will generate a bit of excitement....Since we're still having trouble finding the guns ourselves, it'll probably be a little while before the holster makers are able to get the gun or an aluminum gun.
I have two, both Galco, both well broken-in. One is a Summer Comfort (IWB); the other is a two-slot FBI-cant belt slide whose model name I don't recall. When the trigger guard is all the way in, the muzzle is still about half an inch from the bottom of the holster. Because of the PPS' girth relative to that of a USPc, both are a little loose side-to-side, but I'd feel comfortable carrying in either with normal daily activity (walking, driving, getting groceries off of high shelves). I haven't yet put this to the test, as I have yet to get my PPS to the range and do a function check with carry ammo.Could you list some makes and models you've experienced this with? Did you buy and use any specific ones yet?
From: "William <>
To: "Team Comp-Tac" <[email protected]>
Sent: Thursday, August 02, 2007 5:35 AM
Subject: Enquiry from Comp-Tac : Products
> I was wondering if there are plans to produce holsters for the new Walther
> PPS? Mainly a CTAC or MTAC.
We do plan on introducing a M-TAC slide that will work for the PPS but it
may be several weeks. I hope this helps, J.B.
Comp-Tac Victory Gear
PO Box 1809
Spring, TX 77383