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hello,
I know that 1911 holsters are commonly used for high powers but what do all of you think about a 1911 kydex holster with adjustable tension for a high power? I am thinking that with the adjustable tension would eliminate the loseness often seen when a high power is put in a 1911 holster. Thanks
 

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Why wouldn't one simply get a kydex holster made for a HP? I have a BladeTech IWB for my HP that I'm very happy with.
 

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FWIW, I have .40 & 9mm Hi Powers, some Hi Power holsters work well with both & others don't. I just want things to work well.

The adjustable tension itself isn't necessarily important to me, but if it helps a holster work for more than one pistol then I guess that's more money for reloading & range time......
 

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Blade-Tech is an excellent choice. Both the IWB and belt holsters have twin tenssion screws.

Pooh, they make caliber specific holsters for the BHP.
 
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Kydex Holsters. Love'm have one each for my 9mm and .40 BHP. These fit the weapon, retain it well, and are fast. Also, in Oregon's wet weather you don't have to worry about them getting damaged or losing them.
Blade-Tec is my maker of choice. Also, have them for my 1911's...teamed with a good instructor belt they are unbeatable, IMHO.

Wes
 
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