29 December 2020

Brown/Black

If your M7 holster is black, it's actually an M9 holster.

If you're trying to buy a repop one, you will often see them listed as M7/M9 as if they are the same thing.

Except for the color, they are.

Update:

Color is not the only indicator...  Even if it's black now, if it left the factory brown, it's an M7.

This is why they gave up and just said M7/M9.

I'm trying to find out if the fittings materials is also a deciding factor.  The M9 commonly has plastic parts, if the M7 had metal only it'd be a way to tell them apart even if both are black.

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