Hello folks. Just curious if anyone has owned/used the Blackhawk CQC roto-infinity (adjustable cant) holster?
I'm looking for a cross draw holster to replace my Don Hume OWB strong side draw holster. Would like to know how this holster is for reliability, durability and concealment.
I like the Hume open top holster I currently have, but feel more comfortable with a cross draw carry. I have some shoulder issues that make the right handed (strong) draw holster a bit difficult (read as uncomfortable). I realize the advantages & disadvantage of these holsters, but think a cross draw holster would work best for me.
So...is this a decent holster? Does it conceal well? The Hume holster I have works pretty well. I'm carrying a XD40 sub-compact. That brings up another question about the roto-infinity holster. I see it's made for the "XD and XD compact". I've not been able to find out if this is the .45 compact or the sub-compact guns ?? Anyone know if this is a good fit for the sub-compact in a .40?? My Don Hume fits nicely.
Don Hume made a cross draw "PARTNER" holster. This looks like a nice holster as well, but I can't seem to find it anywhere in stock. The home site doesn't list this holster, so maby it's no longer made? Might like this holster as well if they make a XD 40 sub-compact version. Just can't seem to figure out what the back of the holster looks like. Would like a good bit of cant (muzzle end) for cross draw. Anyone have this holster?
Thanks for any input.