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I had a hard time finding someone who makes a holster for a Beretta 92 Centurion. This is the short slide, full size grip model.

Our own Ryan Grizzle does, though, and he made me a dandy one. This is his Workin' Man, a version of the Bruce Nelson Professional holster. He is highly recommended.



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OWB, 1 loop? Or is the 2nd loop just not visible?
Seems a heavy gun for a single loop holster.




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OWB, 1 loop? Or is the 2nd loop just not visible?
Seems a heavy gun for a single loop holster.


The holster has a tunnel loop behind the gun doing the main weight bearing work. The slot is more to pull the butt closer to the body, although I am sure it supports the gun some, too.

Grizzle's website doesn't have a picture of the back of the Workin' Man, but other holsters here show what I mean.

https://rgrizzleleather.com/owb-holsters.html




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I figured as much.
Can't imagine that single loop holding a 92 of any variety.

Both, the holster and the 92, are quite nice.




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He sure does, jhe888! The GS2 I just received for my Colt Defender .45 ACP:



Goes on and off the belt more easily than I would have expected and carries so comfortably I almost wouldn't know it was there.

I may have to get a GS2 for my SIG P239 SAS.




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JHE, I’m in complete agreement. That’s a beautiful holster you have. Looks like it’ll carry the Beretta quite well.

I’m a huge fan of Ryan and his work. Both he and Kay are some of the nicest people I have ever met. Here are a couple he has done for me. Both are the “War Pig”. They are an OWB, but you can attach a couple loops and convert to IWB if needed. First two pics are a Kimber Micro 9 in horsehide with elephant. Third pic is calfskin with elephant. I have a matching elephant belt that is pretty fantastic as well. I can’t say enough good about Ryan’s holsters.









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Yes, Ryan does outstanding work. He made me this GS years ago, has held up to occasional wear.



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How long was the wait time on those ?





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I ordered it in mid-February, so five months. The holster was finished as promised - right on time. The deposit is nominal.




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How long was the wait time on those ?
I ordered my GS2 in early February. It arrived on our doorstep July 8. So currently a bit less than five months.

It was worth the wait. I treated mine with some Mitch Rosen Leather Lightning and it was good for carry immediately.




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I have three of his Georgia Snap holsters. They're all great!
 
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I ordered it in mid-February, so five months. The holster was finished as promised - right on time. The deposit is nominal.


I have a couple for my P232's but just ordered one for my CZ PCR, I'll gladly wait the 5 months.

 
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Top quality, easy talk with by phone, answers email and allows you to move order close to the top depending on workload. I know of one holster maker who’s top notch and won’t answer emails and takes six months.
 
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Ryan does great work! A few years ago I had the privilege to harvest a Cape Buffalo in Tanzania. Afterwards, I received the hide and provided some of it to Ryan so he could craft a few special holsters for me. I don't know if I'll ever have the opportunity to hunt in Africa again, but I'll always treasure the special sets by Ryan.



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Those are awesome, pulicords!




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