Which Blade-Tech holster? Is is the "belt" one listed on pistol gear?Old School said:Although the JIT is legal and would work, I think it would slow you down.
I'd suggest a holster that has an adjustable retention and a "slick" inside. I only use Blade-Tech, and I highly recommend them for competion.
PS: Blade-Tech was the most used holster during the 2004 IDPA Nationals.
Yes, the Blade-Tech paddle is also legal. If you use a paddle, beware even the best paddle holster may move on you. The advantage with the Blade-Tech version is you can dial the retention into a level that will reduce such movement.joe1118 said:Yes, thanks for the input! Do you think the paddle version would still be legal for IDPA?
You got that right. The only way you can like the Fobus is if you've never tried a good holster. I had the Fobus for my XD and thought it would be good for IDPA and then I tried a Cen-Dex. The Fobus was offered through a Karma the next day.ScottQ said:As far as the Fobus holsters, I tried one on my 9mm Tactical, and it was horrid. If you want something inexpensive, IMO Uncle Mike's are far, far better. scott