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Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 12 May 2014, 22:03
by Spudgun
Bravo Concealment appears to be offering their Patriot and RTT holsters for the FiveSeven MKII now; you can get them molded for lights and threaded barrels as well:

http://www.bravoconcealment.com/collect ... with-light" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 16 Jul 2014, 15:45
by bogygene
http://www.fivesevenammo.com" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; Check out this site holsters for MKII 5-7, also for mag carriers at very good prices.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 10 Aug 2014, 04:35
by guncrazy72
Here is a new holster for all of the MKII owners out there. I just found out that Blackpoint tactical is now making OWB holsters both in full kydex and leather wing in all kinds of colors. Heres their website and a pic of mine.

http://www.blackpointtactical.com/shop/ ... /holsters/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 29 Sep 2014, 10:31
by Stitches1974
Has anyone found a company making a IWB holster for the MK2 that's not all kydex? Looking for something similar to a Crossbreed super tuck. Horse hide against the body with a kydex outside.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 29 Sep 2014, 11:30
by foxcurry
Stitches1974,

Take a look at the Minotaur Spartan by Comp-Tac. Its the Kydex/Leather hybrid that you're looking for, I think. I've been using one for about three years now and I really like it.


Fox

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 29 Sep 2014, 12:46
by Stitches1974
foxcurry wrote:Stitches1974,

Take a look at the Minotaur Spartan by Comp-Tac. Its the Kydex/Leather hybrid that you're looking for, I think. I've been using one for about three years now and I really like it.


Fox
Thanks for the reply, but they only make a holster for the USG, just like all the other companies I've researched. I have a supertuck from when I had my USG. The MK2 fits in it, but would cause excessive wear if repeatedly used. Hence why I'm looking for something specifically for the MK2.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 30 Sep 2014, 10:08
by blueorison
If you're looking for a Galco leather shoulder rig, I have a new one.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 30 Sep 2014, 11:34
by Stitches1974
blueorison wrote:If you're looking for a Galco leather shoulder rig, I have a new one.
I appreciate the offer, but I'm just looking for an IWB, that's not all kydex for my MK2.

Re: Holsters

Posted: 03 Oct 2014, 06:28
by Goldngun
shopsmart wrote:Called black hawk, looked at my invoice, FN 57 USG. Should work, but mentioned adjustable sights and balckhawk mentioned that might be an issue. Still scratching my head and also occured to me the wrong holster might have been in the package. The packages were easily opened and people messing with them might have been fiddling around and put the wrong holster in.

Anyone with a FN 57 USG adjustable sights with blackhawk serpa. Pics please. I am stumped at this point.
The SERPA will fit ANY 5.7 pistol...period.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 03 Oct 2014, 06:29
by Goldngun
blueorison wrote:If you're looking for a Galco leather shoulder rig, I have a new one.
What do you want for the Galco? Is it a universal adjustable fit?

Thanks, Jon

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 03 Oct 2014, 18:01
by blueorison
PM sent back.

Re: Holsters

Posted: 21 Nov 2014, 07:05
by kfeltenberger
Goldngun wrote:
shopsmart wrote:Called black hawk, looked at my invoice, FN 57 USG. Should work, but mentioned adjustable sights and balckhawk mentioned that might be an issue. Still scratching my head and also occured to me the wrong holster might have been in the package. The packages were easily opened and people messing with them might have been fiddling around and put the wrong holster in.

Anyone with a FN 57 USG adjustable sights with blackhawk serpa. Pics please. I am stumped at this point.
The SERPA will fit ANY 5.7 pistol...period.
This runs counter to what Blackhawk is saying; the SERPA will fit the USG but not the Mk. II.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 21 Nov 2014, 09:30
by Rapier1772
Wow, I missed that comment before. The SERPA will also not fit the IOM models.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 21 Nov 2014, 10:38
by panzermk2
We will be offering a paddle version of the holster we currently carry and it fits ALL FsN models from the MKII all the way back.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 22 Nov 2014, 19:15
by FNGuy
Any word on availabity yet?

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 23 Nov 2014, 00:14
by panzermk2
They will be up next week.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 10 Dec 2014, 16:45
by sharpie
I ordered a paddle holster on 11/11/14 from MultiHolsters. It arrived today (less than a month, with an expected 8-10 week lead time). It is no-frills black, no laser, etc. Fits the FIveseveN MK2 perfectly. I did specify the MK2 model in the description and they came through. I bought this one for more of a putzing around the property option, and to check out their quality.

When I look for some more carry options for this firearm, they will get more of my money. I will likely try their 2-in-1 next.

I do have an order in for Aliengear as well, but nothing has shipped yet.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 13 Feb 2015, 15:55
by tmwtrfwler
Spudgun wrote:Bravo Concealment appears to be offering their Patriot and RTT holsters for the FiveSeven MKII now; you can get them molded for lights and threaded barrels as well:

http://www.bravoconcealment.com/collect ... with-light" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


just ordered one per your recommendation. will report on how it is.

Re: Holsters

Posted: 13 Feb 2015, 19:38
by PursuitSS
Goldngun wrote:
The SERPA will fit ANY 5.7 pistol...period.
I just received my MK II, there is no way in hell it will fit in either of my Serpa's I used with my original 5.7.

I even considered trying to modify the Serpa for the MK II, there is not enough material in several locations to allow it.

Re: Holster sources for FsN

Posted: 13 Feb 2015, 21:24
by panzermk2
Serpa fit pretty damn tight.

I have an older one and I would not consider even trying to fit a MKII into it.