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i have a similar "Remora" holster - no clip on the Remora - didn't think it would work but it does - Draw/Re-holster - no problem. Very comfortable.
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I've tried them...Got two, one for G26 and one for Taurus Slim...The demo at the gun show was nice. I jumped on em. After trying to adjust to them over a period of a month, I gave up. I'm afraid my vote is "Thumbs Down" on this product. It may be good for some folks, but just not for me.
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I have seen them at several gun shows and while they sound and look good it just does not look like the elastic may not hold up to extended use. Also it does take both hands to reholster and I prefer an open top holster for one-handed use.
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I have one for my G-22 (tuckable version) it is my favorite tuckable holster (the only one I kept), but I would rather not use it unless I must tuck a shirt in or not wear another cover garmet. you can not re holster and it is not a good everyday wear, or gun range holster for that reason.
If you are going out and must tuck in a shirt it is comfortable and works well but it is my last choice of style of carry... It only has one clip that can tend to sag if you wear it for a long period of time..... will not distribute weight very well. Like I say it is for me only when I need 100% conceal over function and comfort (not very often) BY the way clip it over not under the belt or it sags worse....
Seems like that is the holster Michael Bane spoke positively about in a recent podcast.