Anyone heard of Stealth Defense Holsters?

Anyone heard of Stealth Defense Holsters?

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    Anyone heard of Stealth Defense Holsters?

    Does this look like an item of interest or is it a glorified belly band?

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    Might be worth a shot. I have a belly-band holster from Desantis but I don't like how I have to constantly adjust it while I'm wearing it.
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    very interesting concept! I would like to see a review of this holster!! hint hint poke poke!!
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    Looks good to me but ya know to really find out - someone on this forum has to buy it and report on it......
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    It looks interesting but I wonder how you tuck in a shirt with the strut (which by the way is a major improvement over traditional belly bands)
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    I have one on order. I will report when it gets here. I am rather large and a bit over weight so it should be a different test. Film at 11!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickmn50 View Post
    I have one on order. I will report when it gets here. I am rather large and a bit over weight so it should be a different test. Film at 11!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rickmn50 View Post
    I have one on order. I will report when it gets here. I am rather large and a bit over weight so it should be a different test. Film at 11!
    Thanks rick, waiting for the report!
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    This looks interesting but I can't see how you could tuck your dress shirt in and still have the 'strut' engage your belt. You'd also have to go through the sew the buttons on the left side of the shirt and use velcro on the placket to keep your shirt from blousing. Let's hear a review from an independant party!

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    At the least I applaud the thinking outside the box here. Yea there's silly ideas out there no doubt, but this is how a few good ones make it too.

    I'm interested in seeing a review myself.

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    I tried most others

    Looks like a good attempt to address the major concerns for all day comfort, concealibility within use of your normal wear clothing and ease of access when sitting in your automobile.

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    Interesting design and might be another answer for deep concealment and special conditions but I have to say I'm gonna pass.
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    Stealth Defense Strut Holster

    I own one and it is very comfortable and concealment is great with normal size clothing. Great comfort and access in the sitting position
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    The guy describing and demo'ing the holster stated that it was convenient for a one-handed draw, but every demonstration showed the weak side arm pulling clothing out of the way in order to quickly draw. That all by itself is a deal-breaker for me. He also mentioned shoving the draw hand behind the band as a part of the process. Another deal-breaker. If I can't draw and fire in a second or less, one-handed, it won't work for me.

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