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Bianchi PaddleLok Holster Model 83

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Product Description

The Bianchi PaddleLok Holster Model 83 offers comfort and convenience in a concealment style holster. Our all-new paddle is contoured to the body for comfort and features unique molded-in elastomer ridges for maximum grip on your trousers and belt. The paddle is adjustable for cant and drop providing a custom fit so the user can adjust it to fit his or her body shape to place the gun at their preferred the angle and position. This feature even allows the same holster to be used for cross draw or strongside carry. The PaddleLok combines the durability, beauty and feel of Bianchi's fine leather with the function of today's polymer technology. PATENTED AND PATENTS PENDING.


  • Exclusive Auto Retention feature
  • Internal retention mechanism blocks trigger guard to secure firearm in holster
  • FingerLok release lever provides speed and security for quick middle finger release of firearm
  • Exclusive, injection molded non-slip paddle, yet provides easy on/off convenience
  • Paddle offers a variable range of cant and height adjustability
  • Stay open design for efficient one-handed holstering
  • High ride
  • Open muzzle
  • Fits up to 1.75 inch (45mm) belt
  • Finish: Plain Tan or Plain Black
  • Carry: Strongside
  • Gun Models: Beretta 92FS,96FS,92D,96D, 92FS/96 Vertec

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"I unexpectedly needed to find some non toxic waterfowl loads quick, for a .410 shotgun. Mack's was the only one that had Hevi-Shot in .410 with #5 shot. The process of ordering was easy, and it was quickly shipped to my door. I couldn't be more happy with the Mack's, and it made it possible for a little boy to enjoy his first duck hunt." Oct 2015