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Thread: RFI: IWB Kydex holster for Beretta Vertec (aka 92A1)

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    RFI: IWB Kydex holster for Beretta Vertec (aka 92A1)

    Good evening,

    I have a wonderful Beretta Vertec, and am trying to find a quality Kydex right-hand IWB holster. I'll be carrying it at 3:30, and would prefer a minimal to zero cant, due to orthopedic issues.

    None of my favorite folk make such a beast. Beretta makes a nice leather one, but re-holstering is usually a challenge with moodex. Hence the search for Kydex.

    Any recommendations? Thanks very much.

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    JM Custom not an option? I thought the IWB3 was available in zero cant.

    BTW, a Vertec would be equivalent to an M9A1 (or M9A3 or Elite LTT) for holster fit. The rail on the 92A1 is larger. M9A1 will fit into a 92A1 holster, but not the other way around.

    ETA: Unless you're talking about one of the new Wilson Combat Vertec Brig Tacs...which is going to need the holster formed for the thicker Brig slide.
    Last edited by Dave J; 02-10-2019 at 11:56 PM.

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    Well made leather doesn't collapse or even close in a little when the pistol is drawn. You might want to call Tim Thurner and ask what makes him say that his AIWB reinforced scabbard doesn't work for side carry. Nothing I see about the design (other than maybe the "slight reverse rake") seems to indicate it won't work for 3 - 4 o'clock. And if that's what it is, ask if he will make it with the inclination you want, as he makes a very similar holster with 20 deg of cant for strong side wear.

    https://www.mcssl.com/store/a9856d0d...d5c181e84171e1

    His gun list is pretty disorganized but I found the 92A1 in the list, if that would work.

    I have one of his reinforced IWB holsters (the convertible) for a P-01 and reholstering is just as easy as kydex. The mouth is reinforced with a steel band overlaid with leather.

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    Blade-Tech and Comp-Tac used to be a "go to" for all the odd holsters, but they've cut back on what guns they offer holsters for, and it looks like neither offer IWB for the Vertec (or any railed M9/92).

    "Nature's kydex", horsehide, Kramer shows the Vertec on their list. https://www.kramerleather.com/collec...-vertec-w-rail

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeriousStudent View Post
    Good evening,

    I have a wonderful Beretta Vertec, and am trying to find a quality Kydex right-hand IWB holster. I'll be carrying it at 3:30, and would prefer a minimal to zero cant, due to orthopedic issues.

    None of my favorite folk make such a beast. Beretta makes a nice leather one, but re-holstering is usually a challenge with moodex. Hence the search for Kydex.

    Any recommendations? Thanks very much.
    SeriousStudent, we make that. Out IWB3 will fit the bill.

    Thanks
    sales@jmcustomkydex.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony Mayer View Post
    SeriousStudent, we make that. Our IWB3 will fit the bill.

    Thanks
    (Smacks forehead) Sheesh, I completely blanked out on you guys. That will be a great fit for what I need.

    You'll have an order inbound tonight. Thanks very much!

    And thanks for the rest of you gents for the advice, it's much appreciated. I'll probably order a purty leather OWB Kramer rig as well.

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    Check Langdon Tactical...he stocks JMCK, Keepers Concealment, and Milt Sparks holsters for the Beretta.
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