This is a discussion on QwikClip any reviews? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'm looking for a CCW holster, I'm leaning toward the CBST but also was wondering about the QwikClip and thought I'd see if there was ...
I'm looking for a CCW holster, I'm leaning toward the CBST but also was wondering about the QwikClip and thought I'd see if there was anyone on the forum using one.
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I know this is coming out of the blue (after so long), but I received my QwikClip from Crossbreed in June 2011 & have used it daily since then. It's a very comfortable & secure feeling rig which is fitted for my Kel-tec PF-9. I'd recommend a good, stiff belt & keeping it on the tight side for the best draw.
It eventually starts molding itself to your frame as time goes on, which only adds to it's comfort & concealment & makes for a very decent draw. With practice, reholstering is a snap. Its adjustabillity allows for a perfect fit for me - I have mine set at about a 25 degree forward cant in a 4:30 strong-side configuration. It's easy to tuck a shirt between the holster & your pants due to the deep clip & its rubber spacer grommets.
My only complaint - the Kydex(?) clip, while wide & secure, eventually broke on me. I'm assuming it's covered by the lifetime warranty & have sent off a contact e-mail via their site, but unfortunately they're now closed until Monday due to the holiday. I'll be using my back-up holster (Bianchi 100 Pro) until I get a new clip from them. (I was told by e-mail before I ordered mine that their metal clip is not designed for this unit)
I'd buy this model again, but I'd also see about ordering a back-up clip this time!
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