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I am looking for a durable (read: tough) holster for my AA P99. I currently have two -- one is all leather which snugs up well, but is not secure, and the other is a Fobus adjustable which extends too far from the body and I only use it at the range or under winter clothing.

So, this brings me to my question; has anyone tried the Safariland holster that is offered through the Smith & Wesson website?

If this holster snugs up tight to the body, I would like to know this. Also, any other issues/concerns, or praise for this holster would be appreciated.
 

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For concealment purposes Safariland isn't really the way to go.
When it comes to Duty Gear they are king.

For really good Kydex and fast delivery try Comp-Tac

Comp Tac's web page
 

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Quote[/b] (P99OD @ Sep. 21 2005,12:37)]I have the C-TAC from comptac. I got it based on a review read here. Fully adjustable height and cant. Some good pics here CTAC
That looks like a nice holster, but unfortunately I prefer not to use an IWB -- since doing so would require me to purchase larger trousers.
 

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I have the Comp-Tac adjustable cant holster for the P99
It's uber thin
rides at adjustable angles and sits tight to the body.
I purchased it as the Deluxe package and have a belt mount or paddle mount.

I have been a leather type guy for years, Comp-Tac has convinced me of the quality of GOOD plastic holsters

Comp-Tac Settable cant (with P22)





 
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