CZ P01 vs P01 Omega Holster Compatibility
The key difference between the two P01 variants is going to be the Decocker/Safety on the P01 Omega and the safety on the regular CZ P01. If someone is making a holster using an exact replica of either gun it will not be interchangeable. We use modern CAD(Computer-Aided Design) to design our mold to ensure compatibility with both models. This is accomplished by “defeaturing” the safety and decockers to allow ample room for both designs. That’s what makes our P01 Holster a CZ 75 P01 Omega Holster.
CZ P01 Omega OWB Holster
We’re currently working on a CZ 75 P01 Omega OWB Holster. Unfortunately we do not have an ETA.
Adjusting retention on your Holster is a must for an OWB Belt Holster.
Choosing the right Mount for your OWB Holster will make or break your experience.
The X Lock is a good to it all option. It’s very secure while being reasonably quick to take off. It’s not a quick to take off as a
CZ P01 Omega IWB Holster
If you’re looking to add an IWB CZ P01 Omega holster to your collection, then you’ll want look at our Singleton holster. The Infiltrators feature a Discreet Carry Concepts MonoBlock. It pairs perfectly with the CZ P-01 Omega. The CZ P-01 Omega is an old-school style gun. The Singleton features a Discreet Carry Concepts MonoBlock. The Monobloc is a metal clip with a parkerized looking finish that perfectly matches the character of the firearm.
The Singleton has fixed retention so you won’t have to worry about losing retention over time. The infiltrator is a fixed retention holster. That ensures your gun will be secure whether you’re carrying it appendix or at three to four o’clock.
CZ P01 Omega Appendix Holster
If you’re carrying a P01 Omega appendix holster, I would strongly suggest that you add a claw and a wedge to your Omega holster.
The reason for this is the claw works really well to bring the grip of the gun tighter into your body. It does this by leveraging pressure from your belt. The wedge will work really well to push the muzzle out away from your body. Pushing the entire top of the gun into your body.
The reason the wedge is advised is most of the gun’s weight is sitting above the beltline with roughly half the slide and the magazine sitting above the beltline. All that weight wants to tip away from the body due to gravity. A wedge helps counteract all that weight and helps fight gravity. Read our articles on both a concealment claw and wedge.