Beretta 92/96 Series Hybrid Right Hand IWB Holster Reviews

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Most Helpful Positive Review
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15 out of 15 people found the following review helpful

4 out of 5

My EDC Holster

 

This holster is very comfortable. I have worn it nearly every day for over a year, going on my second Texas summer. Whether wearing underwear or not, it's all day comfortable and supports the weight of my M9. The belt clips fit my civilian and military belts.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
Most Helpful Critical Review
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0 out of 4 people found the following review helpful

1 out of 5

All wrong

 

Very little adjustment on the angle of carry, it's all wrong. Very uncomfortable. I ordered right hand but this thing acts left handed. Totally unsuited for it's purpose. Uncle Mikes makes a better IWB holster, you know, for 8 bucks.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No

Average Rating

3.8 out of 5
 

Based on 16 reviews

81% would recommend this item to a friend.

 
 
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3 out of 5

Hybrid Holster M9A1 Compact

 

I wear this holster often w either a 92 or railed compact. First thing I did was remove some material from the rear corner so that I could give my middle finger access for a better purchase. Holster is comfortable but the pistol does not snap in so the retention is slightly loose. The gun falls out when tipped upside down. It fits tighter when worn. A nut retaining one of the clips worked loose and was lost. So I replaced the screw and nut with a rivet and put loctite on the other one. I am considering replacing both the metal clips clips with leather snap loops because the forward clip shifted and scratched the top of my barrel during re-holstering while doing drills.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No
 
 
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3 out of 5

Close, but...

 

Does not accommodate the trigger guard of my 92 FS, OK for my 96A1 with the round trigger guard. But, the top edge of the polymer part is too tight and it marred the front edge of the right genuine Beretta wood grip on my 96A1. (The 92 FS didn't go in deep enough for this to happen.) I can probably fix both issues by heating the relevant areas with a heat gun and shoving my protected pistol into it while it's hot. But I shouldn't have to...Otherwise, it looks like a good holster for concealed carrying of these full-size pistols. I wish they made one like this for the 80 series.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
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5 out of 5

Forgotten Again

 

This would make a great LEFT HANDED holster for a 92A1. One holster that the owner could make to fit each person needs for that day.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
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1 out of 5

Comfortable but beware

 

I have worn mine for a little over 6 months now and has some serious scratches on my 92 and now just noticed today that the plastic shell has two cracks rendering it unsafe to use as I fear for a failure resulting in my pistol dropping. Unacceptable for a quality name brand with a quality name brand price tag.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes
 
 
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1 out of 5

Sub par

 

Been wearing as my EDC for a little over six months and it has left pretty severe scratches on my 92fs and just noticed yesterday two large cracks down the shell rendering it unusable in fear of failure resulting in my pistol dropping. Very disappointed with the Beretta name on this one.

Would you recommend this product to a friend? No
 
 
KL
4 out of 5

New to this

 

This is my very first concealed carry holster, been wearing it all day to get used to it and its VERY comfortable sitting, standing, driving ect. I wil have to play with the cantor and adjustments but several neighbors and police friends say they cant see any print. My ONLY real complaint is that my 92FS came with raised sites, to add a silencer (no) so the front sight tends to catch on the edge of the holster. cop friends recommended practicing drawing AND holstering. currently, I have to draw by slightly twisting and pulling the gun out a smidge so the sight clears the edge of the holster (kinda a PITA). I can probably use a heat gun and some wood clamps with an extender to give maybe a millimeter or two of stretch so the sight clears but, eventually im getting regular height night sites hopefully soon, just need to find the right ones. Beretta should have mentioned this issue in the description. BTW one of the pics shows that the safety is off while in the holster. Bad image people!

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes