Bianchi 101 Foldaway Leather Holster (Right Hand Draw)
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Bianchi 101 Foldaway Leather Holster (Right Hand Draw) is rated out of 5 by 17.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doug from I bought this as a holster for a smith 442 j frame revolver. Not a listed use, but what the heck. Have worn it pretty much daily for over 8 hrs a day in excess of year and a half. My first concealed carry holster. Works really good. Holds secure, easy draw, no printing, easy to re-holster, very comfortable to wear, no biting. Am now using it for a Ruger LCR. Same results. Only change, need to position the holster alittle more aft for it to get a good purchase on the Ruger. WISH THEY MADE THIS TO FIT A MODEL 19 SMITH!!!!! This is my first review on any product, by anybody, ever. Guess I really like it.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by BigG20 from Dandy, for the right circumstances. I bought the smaller size first, to carry my Kahr until I could find the "right" holster. Holds the weapon much more securely than expected, and I'm pretty impressed. I still use it from time to time on my 1911...the Kahr has a large trigger guard and the leather has, on occasion, gotten hung in the front of the trigger guard, making the pistol nearly impossible to draw. Never had a problem with any other firearms. Bought the larger for my glock 19. At my place of business, we are not allowed to carry a firearm, or have one in the truck, so I wear this to carry the 19 from house to truck, where I lock up my pistol until I leave at the end of the day. Serves it's purpose beautifully.
Date published: 2015-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by Critter Custom from Great Carry Holster I use this holster to carry a Glock 26 (Compact 9mm). This is my "Go-To" holster for the fall/winter months when I can cover it up with a insulated shirt, jacket or a coat. I have driven comfortably for 8-10 hours in a Ford pickup while wearing this combination. What I really like is that I can remove the pistol and flatten out the holster and no one knows what it is. I have only had one person ask me what it was. I just explained that it was used to hold my Tape Measure. I was actually on the web site looking to pick up a couple of more, when I read the first review. Addressing the concerns of the other reviewer: I find that the Glock trigger guard is well covered when using this holster. I have not tried it with a 1911 style pistol, so this may be the source of his issue/concern. The Glock 26 does not have a rail. Here is what works best for me: I slip the holster on my belt at the 5 O'Clock position and then adjust everything using an empty pistol. Once I have everything adjusted, the pistol is then loaded and holstered for carry You might have to wear the holster/gun combo for a while to get them broken in to each other. I have used this holster for for over 2 years now, so it is used to carrying a Glock. I don't have any issues re-holstering the pistol. A sturdy belt is a MUST. You can't wear this on a one inch dress belt. I use a 1 3/4 heavy leather belt. I recommend that you give this a try for carrying a Glock 26 or 19. The price is right and it works great for me. As always, your mileage may very. Thanks for taking the time to read my review.
Date published: 2015-01-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by RRGE from It does what I need it to do! I literally bought this to review firearms and "carry" around our store. It works great! I can review a firearm based on weight and comfort without having 40 holsters. I have enjoyed how easy it carries a full size, mid size and compact handgun. Bianchi gun leather is always made from full grain leather which makes it durable and comfortable.
Date published: 2015-09-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mountainhermit from Another great holster for the minimalist! Great little lightweight holster. Works great with my 1911 Commander. Don't see issue with collapse or trigger obstructions. Use it before you review it.
Date published: 2015-06-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by LarryC from Surprisingly Good I purchased one of these for both a Glock 26 and a Glock 19. It did take a short while to take a shape to the Glock frame, but it didn't take long and I have found that it also works just fine with my little Walther PPS. I have quite a few holsters to choose from, but this is the one that is used most often. It is small enough that it and the guns that it holds are easily concealed by an untucked button-up shirt. And since it uses your belt as the inside portion of the holster, it holds my pistols closer to the body than any other holster that I have tried. Its only limitation is that it will not hold the pistol in place if you were to be rolling around the ground in a fight, but if you have waited that long to draw your sidearm, then that is your fault. A great little holster that I would recommend to/for anyone.
Date published: 2016-06-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by nnnn from Perfect for M&P Shield I have purchased numerous holsters trying to find one that actually works well. It hides my Shield perfectly and you really can't beat the price. I have not experienced any collapse problem and its very easy to get used to wearing it. Works well under a t-shirt in the summer also
Date published: 2015-02-22
Rated 2 out of 5 by 3MMMcubed from Get a Real Holster I love guns, and I love people of the gun, but some times the nattering neighbobs of negativism have a point: a boomstick is a serious thing. Bianchi offers a fine minimalist belt-slide holster: it will hold your piece, do so securely, and disappear when not in use. That's what it's designed to do. Unfortunately, the Foldaway may also: collapse after your draw, making it hard to holster; catch on your accessory rail, making it unnecessary to re-holster; and invite small objects into the trigger guard due to the one-size fits all cut. If you want an OWB holster, get something with a thumbsnap and wear it under a blazer with class. If you want convenience, Bianchi makes several excellent paddle mounts. This holster is just the wrong way to be lazy with your gun.
Date published: 2014-11-20