View Full Version : Holster for Beretta 92FS With SGS Compensator?
Does any holster fit a Beretta 92FS fitted with an SGS compensator? I don't think this needs to be said - but I am obviously not looking for anything "tactical" or concealable.
02-26-2012, 2:04 AM
Well that's good, because you'll need a friggin' 3 day bag to holster that thing at the range.
02-26-2012, 8:57 AM
Wish I could help you, I use old Ernie Hill Speedleather holsters for my comped 1911's.
One with an open end would probably allow it through.
BTW: that first picture is my beretta :D see my signature.
02-26-2012, 10:18 AM
As recommend above try an open ended or Yaqui style holster
02-26-2012, 10:24 AM
If I had a M92/M9 of any kind, I'd probably look into the US military issue drop leg type holster, although it does break your rule of "not tactical" since it looks pretty call of duty and all that. If it's open ended, it should fit like a glove.
Well I don't really care if it is "tactile" or not - it would just be nice to have a holster for it. I am obviously not using the firearm for defensive purposes.
Just make sure the corners on the comp have been deburred and rounded (like a CCW pistol), then get an open-ended holster. (Like this one perhaps (http://www.falcoholsters.com/eshop/nylon-holsters/duty-holsters/1-falco-plastic-gun-holster-with-security-lock-it-651p-video.html))
You may still have issues with the front sight snagging, so you'll have to play around with various holster combos until you find something workable for you.
02-26-2012, 9:36 PM
Maybe a blackhawk serpa holster???
Damn. I was hoping to find someone who has a 92FS with an SGS that could comment on their findings...
02-27-2012, 6:46 AM
I wonder if you could find an Uncle Mikes cordura holster that might fit; they're more universal than most holsters.
If that doesn't work a custom made Kydex might be possible, even if you have to do it yourself.
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