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A brand new High Noon Rock Steady gun belt, (I lost weight, can you believe it?), and this gem, The ...


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Old 12-26-2013, 07:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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A brand new High Noon Rock Steady gun belt, (I lost weight, can you believe it?), and this gem,



The sharp eyed will note it's NOT for a CZ, but a Glock 19. This baby is for work, and will really get to show how tough it can be under pressure.

And here it is with a little polish on it, should look good tomorrow at work, you think?





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My high noons have held up well. Do you get the belt attachment also with it?

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I like it without the polish.
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I might be interacting with the general public in an official capacity, i.e. traffic control, hence the polish, plus audit is coming up. Always have to have everything polished for that!
I got the paddle by itself, should work just fine. Our ISSUED holsters are old Fobus rigs...gah...
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Dat's Purdy !!! And it's just a paddle holster? No belt needed huh???
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I have several high noon holsters they are great, my paddle holster is a bladtech and a belt holster too....
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It is a little difficult to accurately adjust the ride of an adjustable holster without the gun in question being physically present,(I don't actually own a Glock), um...I DID mention this is adjustable, didn't I?

Inside the bag comes this handy dandy Allen wrench and instructions, which allows a wide array of adjustments for this rig.



I did get quite a few envious looks at work, from those relegated to the cheapie Fobus junk we issue. A few carry their own rigs, but all plastic or nylon - the High Noon stood out like a race horse among plowhorses. It rode very easily all day, and gave no trouble at all...except the gun needed to be tilted back just a wee bit. So, back home, (they don't like us bringing tools to work), and, as seen, the amount of adjustment is pretty slight.



Yes, that's a High Noon Slide Guard in the back holding the Speedy Spanky up to the light

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I have one also that has that on the back for adjustment or changing to belt carry unit.
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HaHa very nice!!!!

is there a fastening strap of some kind for retenrtion?

I own a beautiful leather high end holster myself that I got when buying aused gun, but it has no retention strap so I am worried about using it in open carry
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The belt holster I have by them has a tightening screw on the side. I can do hand stands and it will stay in place, but it is not a retention holster.
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