I am considering a FOBUS Roto holster for my Beretta92FS. If anyone has any direct experience/advice to share, I would greatly appreciate it.
I use their paddle holster for the 92 with my CZ-75. It works quite well. I'm not familiar with the "roto". What does it do?
They are plastic, not Kydex if that matters. It doesn't to me. They are dirt cheap, very strong, you can roll around over them on the ground and still reholster with one hand (this can be important), and they are comfortable. I like their products. They have a good combination of cost, quality and value.
The roto model allows you to change the "cant" or angle of the holster in relation to the belt loop or paddle.
Thanks for the feedback. My body frame is too small to conceal that hog. I am mostly interested in the next step in range holsters and maybe for use during IDPA matches.
edited to fix a typo, although "body fram" may have generated some interesting replies...