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Old 11-17-2012, 6:37 AM
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Default Shoulder Holster for Beretta 92FS with SGS Comp [Pics added]

Does anyone know of a shoulder holster for a 92fs with an SGS compensator? I would prefer something vertical due to the length of the firearm.

http://www.usgalco.com/HolsterPG3.as...D=2827&GunID=3 - like that only able to fit with the SGS (so open ended).
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The only holster I could find to fit it was Kenn Null's SMZ, I will post photos once I have it.

http://www.klnullholsters.com/NewHolsters/smz.htm

http://www.gunworld.com/buyers-guide...down-holsters/

I am surprised no one else could help me out...
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Here are some photos of my Beretta 92FS with an SGS in a Ken Null SMZ holster. It feels pretty comfortable and actually conceals the ~11" long firearm very well, even on my small frame:





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That's a cool little rig you got there. Looks good in the jacket. Very 'dont f@!k with me'
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The shoulder thing that goes up! Thats what it is !
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The shoulder thing that goes up! Thats what it is !
Yup!

I like to have a holster for every firearm I own, I normally just go IWB, however this was just not possible for this firearm. This is my first shoulder holster, and the only other option I had was a Yaqui Slide. Due to the weight of the firearm I decided on a shoulder holster. It conceals very well for an 11" pistol, especially on my small frame.

I am pleased with my purchase.
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Ken Null is 'long time' known for high quality functional gear.

thanks for sharing.
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Ken Null is 'long time' known for high quality functional gear.

thanks for sharing.
Tell me about it, I was really surprised how well this handled the weight, I was VERY skeptical. Quality is great, design is very unique (would not feel comfortable carrying it with a firearm that did not have a safety or a cocked and locked 1911), it minorly scuffs up the gun when drawing, but in general, it's the only thing that will fit this firearm. I wonder if I will ever actually use it.
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Tell me about it, I was really surprised how well this handled the weight, I was VERY skeptical. Quality is great, design is very unique (would not feel comfortable carrying it with a firearm that did not have a safety or a cocked and locked 1911), it minorly scuffs up the gun when drawing, but in general, it's the only thing that will fit this firearm. I wonder if I will ever actually use it.
Hopefully never.

Not that I disagree with the rig or the firearm, and its quite concealable. The trouble comes in when the anti-gun DA trots out your compensated "hand cannon assault pistol" to the gun-ignorant Grand Jury hearing.

We gun owners live in interesting times, which means in turn we face interesting choices.
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xxxx, you have that gun on your permit?
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I don't speak of using the firearm, I mean actually using the holster. I just like to have a holster for every one of my firearms. But if I ever need to carry this firearm, I now have a method of doing so.
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