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Hi all,
First post after about 15 years owning, shooting, and carrying USPs for a duty gun. So after god knows how many round through my USPs I have finally decided on an upgrade (or talked the wife into letting me get a new gun :00000: ). I ordered a 45c tactical and now I am on the search for my holster. I am very intrigued in the new Safariland ALS holsters and after about 5-6 hours staring at them on the interweb I think I like the 7377, but I haven't found any feedback from 45 or 45c users (found some on the 6377 which is promising). Therefore, my first post has been started... anyone have any experience with the 7377 ALS holster.

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I have a 6377 I used with my HK45c before I sold it, and a 7377 that I use with my VP9. Both are usual Safariland quality. Overall I prefer the 7377 just from a materials/simplicity/weight aspect, but they both do the same thing just as wella s the other. I'd buy whatever is cheapest, toss on an OTD Nub Mod and be happy with either.
 

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So I ordered the 7377 and it just came in. It is a little tight but I guess that is to be expected, I'm going to leave it holstered in the safe for a couple day to let it form, but I will post pictures soon.
 

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Ill have to check when i get home to see which holster i have for my 45c. Its a safariland never had any problems, just never use it bc there are better ones.
What holster did you carry the USP in for 15 years?


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I have the 7360 for the full-size. I like it a lot more than the 6378 I have. Seems to fit the HK45 better, and weighs less. It looks a bit bulkier, but that's only because it doesn't taper at the end like the 6xxx do. The nylon seems to put less wear on the polymer than the suede (though it still wears the edges of the accessory rail), and provides good tension. I suppose the way they've designed it negates the need for a tension screw. I don't think the fit has changed over the couple of months I've had it.

 
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