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Can anyone give me a bit of info on a Bianchi holster? I intend on posting it on eBay, but my research has been fruitless. I do see that Bianchi uses "7" for a current holster so I assume this is a bit old. It measures about 6 1/2 inches from the inside top of the flap to the bottom. It appears to has enough space for the trigger to be inside the holster.
 

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You are correct that what you've got there is not the current Bianchi #7 model. The current one is a full-coverage pancake style holster (not a bad rig for "off-the-rack", I've got a couple of em).


That one looks a lot like the #1 Lawman series.
They only make the #1 for SA revolvers now but I know they used to make that series for DA revolvers too. Not sure if they ever made that series for autos though.

That's about all the help I am.
 

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The "#1" for double-action revolvers was a "#10", Outdoorsman.



That's what that one looks like to me.
edit: except your doesn't have the rear sight guard on it

For 1911s, they made pretty much the same thing called the #2, Speed Scabbard.

 

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I just re-read the title of this thread. You sure that's for a 45 Auto? Looks like a revolver holster, to me.
 

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Poor choice on my part for the subject title. The holster is stamped 45 auto "7, I have no idea what it was designed to carry. Thanks
 
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