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It looks as if the military holster is equally divided, which suggests that the gun can be reversed in the holster and worn on the left side (south paw).
Am I correct on this?...Thanks.
 

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Being that I am a lefty.... I thought it could also be worn on the right side (North Paw)

On a more serious note.... Of all the 9x18 guns I have. I have to thank the cz-82 designers for thinking of us other people....
 

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Thanks fellers...I kind of like the idea of carrying it in the original holster. I should have mine in a few days.
 

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Thanks fellers...I kind of like the idea of carrying it in the original holster. I should have mine in a few days.
I "open carry" with that holster. Since it doesn't LOOK like a holster, and I am legal even if it is concealed(Open carry is legal in Idaho). So far I don't think anyone has recognized it as a gun so not even any comments so far.
 

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I "open carry" with that holster. Since it doesn't LOOK like a holster, and I am legal even if it is concealed(Open carry is legal in Idaho). So far I don't think anyone has recognized it as a gun so not even any comments so far.
Open carry is also legal here in Missouri, although I do have a concealed carry permit. I agree that it is an innocuous looking holster, and few would recognize it as such.
 

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I received it today, and indeed the pistol fits quite nicely in the left-hand configuration.
 

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I too think it is a neat holster. In Ky it can be carried without any problem.
 
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