Anyone tried these?
I was thinking of getting one for my Colt Junior .25 ACP
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Nice leather, BIG selection, good luck in decideing!!
SL-Pro #PH708 pocket holster, ambiedextrous can be used in front or rear pockets. http://sunriseleather.com/images/PH7...ketholster.jpg
"Form follows function".....Frank Lloyd Wright
I use one from Sam Andrews at www.andrewsleather.com , it completely conceals the gun with no print and is very easy to draw from.
People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence in their behalf. - George Orwell
I carry a Kel-Tec P-32 in the Grandfather Oak pocket companion and it is a great holster.
The holster stays in the pocket and allows for a very fast draw.
I carry it in my pocket when practicing in the training pit and I will shoot my primary weapon while advancing on a target or two and then holster it and draw my kel-tec from my jeans or shorts pocket and continue firing. It is a good way to get used to the pocket draw and engagement of the target.
I like the Nemesis, but I had to custom fit it with a sharp knife so it fit my pockets well.
It has only fallen out one time, when I was on my back, rolling over to work on something under a desk. Hasn't otherwise, and I sit with my legs crossed at the ankles and I slouch something wicked. :)
I use one of two holsters for my P-32. For the front pocket, I use the Nemesis and find it does well for that spot. Yes, there's something in my pocket but it doesn't print. For the hip, I had wanted the KD 2-in-1 pocket holster. Then, after looking at it on the website repeatedly, I decided "I can make that!", rummaged around in my box of leather and came up with this:
which has worked out quite well. You'd never know it started life as a 70's vintage purse with nicely hand-tooled mushooms and flowers on it! I had wanted to make the anti-print panel removable but didn't have any fasteners in ye old box of stuff...maybe the next one will.
Posted - August 06 2006 : 03:30:39 AM
I just got my Robert Mika pocket holster in the mail today. I only ordered it 7 days ago including the weekend. This guy is too good. My 'Mika' has an inscription inside from Mr. Mika, "Made by R Mika for [customer's name] 7/2006." His customer service is exceptional. Mr. Mika promptly returns emails. If you need a pocket holster, I would strongly recommend a Mika.
PS: I've heard that Mika holsters are "ugly." IMHO, this is a work of art. ;)
I got a K-Rat for my P-3AT. Absolutely love it, does everything a good pocket holster should do. Haven't heard a bad thing about Grahams' holsters. Later.Originally Posted by Panic215