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I think one of the things I really like about the 24/7 is that the platform seems to be totally consistent. My 9mm is the same size and feel as my .45. Both fit in the same Comp-Tac holster, except for the ribber-nonribber thing, they're identical.

Why can't every gun maker do that across calibers?
 

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I don't know either. It seems like a good idea to me. Also it keeps Taurus's manufacturing costs down and they pass that to us.
 

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Because they are all in with holster makers and if they made all guns the same size then people would only need one holster. Not sure, but that sounds like a good answer. Welcome aboard from Colorado Springs.
 

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Because they are all in with holster makers and if they made all guns the same size then people would only need one holster. Not sure, but that sounds like a good answer. Welcome aboard from Colorado Springs.
Yeah, I agree about that! Try to find a holster for a 6 rd Snubby, with a frame size, RJ, (which I have finally figured out means a Rossi J), but then find out the Frame and trigger guard are a different size than a normal J frame. Have not had that kind of problem with the PT's and actually not that bad with the JUDGE. 24/7's got to be a dream except for the long slide they should all fit the same holsters.
 

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You are right about that because there are a lot of holsters that fit the 24/7. I have three that fit like a dream and all were fairly cheap. I am now in the market for a nice leather OWB conceal holster.
 

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I think it has more to do with smart manufacturing, why make molds & slides any different than you have to. Just smart engineering. David
 
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