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Does anyone make a tactical holster for the osp with suppressor sights? Would like a drop leg. Just got the gun don't want to carry it in my hand while hunting.
 

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I think I remember seeing that one of those Safariland 578 GLS will fit and has enough room to accommodate the raised up sights. I don't think it's natively drop leg, but it might be convertible. They are multi-gun fit, so it has an adjustment screw to tighten up or loosen up the fit.

I THINK it has room for the raised up sights... I remember selling one of the Safariland GLS holsters to someone with the 10mm OSP and I could have sworn it was the only one with enough room for the sights.
 

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Thanks. I was searching the net and found RedRiver tactical they have options for a thigh rig that supposedly fits this gun, about $125.00
 

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The front sight height on my XDM 10 is .230 and the channel in my Safariland 578 has an additional .245 above that when holstered. Just to give some reference.
 

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I ordered the holster from RedRiver Tactical. It comes with a paddle and thigh rig. They have many options for color and style, the only problem is a 5 to 7 week lead time. I'll try to post pics when I get it.
 

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Thats the 1 I ordered, all black IDPA cut. Will post pics when I get my hands on it. It seems to be what I was looking for.
 

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Nope stock spring cycles it NP, I've actually looked at getting a heavier spring not lighter. But I typically only shoot full power 10mm loads. Thats kind of the point in 10mm to me. I'd just shoot one of my .40 vs light loaded 10mm. I have shot 10mm down in the low 1100ish fps and it cycled it np. I've never tried any of the really light loaded 10mm thats down around 1000 fps though.
 

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I only shoot full power factory loads or my reloads. We have a hog problem where I hunt so I need the power of a 10mm. Couldn't make up my mind soI bought both the OSP and the 5.25 competition.
 

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Nice at first I was going to get the 5.25 for the longer barrel, but when they came out with the OSP version. It was an easy choice for me. The OSP actually has a 5.3 barrel. Same fps as the long slide with the option to use a comp or a suppressor. I also wanted a 9x25 Dillon barrel for mine and they were only available for the 4.5 slide. I just like 10mm. Not a big revolver guy but its fun to shoot a little hotter pistols sometimes. My reloads are 180gn around 1250 fps out of the OSP. Nothing crazy, but you know its a 10 lol.
 

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Jumped on the 5.25 as soon as it was available. Then they released the osp, naturally I had to have it.
 
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