Remora Holster Material?

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    Remora Holster Material?

    A lot of talk about the Remora Holsters.....good talk and great reviews. What is the name of the non-slip material used....just curious? Has anyone used them in the summer and was it hot?
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    I Just ordered one should be here pretty soon my problem was my gun was falling off me when i wore shorts. I heard you can rock this holster with sweatpants and just the draw string!

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    "What is the name of the non-slip material used"

    It could be a material called "Dycem" - but, I'm not absolutely sure.
    It is manufactured in pre-cut sheets, on rolls, self-adhesive tapes...etc all in various, assorted colors.
    Google search "Dycem" and see if that will work out for you.

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    I used mine all summer long.......hot....sweated with it...wore it standing in the middle of the river fishing....wore it everywhere this past year. Still wearing it matter of fact. The materials? Manufacturer's secret. If everyone knew, they'd be making their own. What's with your quest for knowledge anyway? Trade secrets should remain off limits for good reasons. Kind of like life........frequently attempts to duplicate humans (clones), frequent attempts to go above and beyond nature or our creation. What happened to the Russian scientists that wished to defect to America? They all got shot in the head, and their surviving family disappeared. Those whom ask questions are always at risk. Those who find answers seldom speak again.
    LOL! If you knew what bubble gum was made of.....you might find something else for your endeavors. Some secrets are best kept. Remember Pandora's box? That's why we have pestilence on the earth. Flies, ticks, fleas....etc.......
    Order one for yourself and run it through the lab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    ........The materials? Manufacturer's secret. If everyone knew, they'd be making their own. What's with your quest for knowledge anyway?............Order one for yourself and run it through the lab.
    Ram Rod.....as I stated...just curious bro. You said "if everyone knew, they would be making their own". Just because I'm curious of what material is used doesn't mean I'm wanting to make a copy. For Remora's cost of around $30 (which is a very good deal), believe me if I wanted one I wouldn't even go through the trouble of trying to make one myself. Again....just curious. No big deal and no "lab" work needed. lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    "What is the name of the non-slip material used"

    It could be a material called "Dycem" - but, I'm not absolutely sure.
    It is manufactured in pre-cut sheets, on rolls, self-adhesive tapes...etc all in various, assorted colors.
    Google search "Dycem" and see if that will work out for you.
    Thanks OKShooter......But I'm not trying to get any of the material...I was just curious. But thanks for the info.
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    I'm more concerned what my Cremora is made of.

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