J hooks on holsters

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    J hooks on holsters

    I was reading on the High Noon website where they say that J hooks don't work and aren't any good. The reasoning was that the holster will slowly sink down a bit with gravity and when you go to draw, the j hook will have slipped out under the bottom of the belt. if your belt is on pretty good, i don't see this happening. but i could be wrong.

    i am looking at getting a Fist holster with these.

    Any thoughts? thanks!

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    I would think if you have good quality J hooks and a decent snug belt that this would be a non-issue.

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    I agree, if you have a 'quality' holster with j-hook and a quality belt, you won't have any problems...except for finding that comfortable 'spot'.
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    I have heard to the J hooks slipping. But in each case it was due to a poor belt that allowed it to happen.

    A dual layered gun belt will have the stability and the thickness to prevent this. With that said - it should be a good system.
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    While the J hook may be superior to the standard clip, it's still not as secure as the snap on belt loop, which is my preference. I've yet to see a belt loop system fail.
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