Once again... The Remora is the best!

Once again... The Remora is the best!

This is a discussion on Once again... The Remora is the best! within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Cant say to much about these holsters thats not already been said here. This past Sunday I wore my Glock 27 in my Remora all ...

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    Once again... The Remora is the best!

    Cant say to much about these holsters thats not already been said here. This past Sunday I wore my Glock 27 in my Remora all day completely tucked with a dress shirt and slacks. Worked flawlessly. If you dont have a Remora your missing out on probaly the best deal going. IMO.
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    I think that my body type prefers clips or loops, but whatever works for ya'...
    (Some time I'll have to tell you about the time I fell down a set of steps at a rodeo...my fire stayed in place. Not sure that would have stayed in place without clips.OMO)

    There's a time and place for all kinds of holsters...but that Remora does look very comfy.
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    The remora is super comfy
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    Excellent quality, unfortunately they didn't work for me and I sent them back (great customer service by the way). They do work as advertised and I had no issue as far as quality or function, they are just too thick for my liking.

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    I could not be happier with my 2 "Remoras". I use one for "appendix" and the other at 3-3:30 and they never move. The material is so "tacky" it doesn't move even during a draw. You can't beat the customer service you get from Alan either. Great product, great company!
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    I own a Remora for my Kel-tec PF-9 & I like the holster.

    But I gotta ask, how does one 'tuck' a Remora & be still be able to untuck to unholster your firearm in an emergency? I would think you'd have a problem with it gripping on both sides, making the process a bit...sticky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm View Post
    I own a Remora for my Kel-tec PF-9 & I like the holster.

    But I gotta ask, how does one 'tuck' a Remora & be able to untuck to unholster your firearm in an emergency? I would think you'd have a problem with it gripping on both sides, making the process a bit...sticky.
    Good question...mine are so tacky I can't get any material to slide over them. I just don't hardly ever tuck-in anymore, if I have to tuck-in for dress clothes I just go to pocket carry with my snubby (still in the Remora)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm View Post
    I own a Remora for my Kel-tec PF-9 & I like the holster.

    But I gotta ask, how does one 'tuck' a Remora & be still be able to untuck to unholster your firearm in an emergency? I would think you'd have a problem with it gripping on both sides, making the process a bit...sticky.
    Your right, its not the fastest draw out there, but I simply lift my shirt tail out with my left hand while securing the holster and drawing the gun with my right. I dont tuck unless my dress calls for it, like on Sunday after church. But to me its great to have a holster that I can completely tuck without my shirtail getting bunched up in some holster clips, such as is with my C-tac.

    Pocket carry is not an option so the Remora allows me to carry my Glock 27 when otherwise I couldnt carry at all.
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    Completely disagree, check out the sticky holsters, by far much better then the remora, i had both and got a rash from the material from the remora, so did a few of my friends, sticky holster's material and workmanship is first class....the ankle holster they have is unlike any i have ever worn, and i have spent so much money on ankle systems and this one is amazing.... Check out sticky holsters

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    I've got me a remora holster for my G22 and I love it. It's a but hard to find a place to conceal well with my body type however once I found the place everything disappears and it is amazingly comfortable.

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    I agree. I just got mine today and absolutely love it! I get a pocket holster and IWB in one.


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    I'm going to try out my remora during a hike today and see how comfortable it remains with my sweating etc...I will report back later on this afternoon

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    Is this a similar design? I think this is same concept but different company.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArkhmAsylm View Post
    I own a Remora for my Kel-tec PF-9 & I like the holster.

    But I gotta ask, how does one 'tuck' a Remora & be still be able to untuck to unholster your firearm in an emergency? I would think you'd have a problem with it gripping on both sides, making the process a bit...sticky.
    When I'm wearing a dress shirt and tie, I put my LC9 and Remora in between my t-shirt and dress shirt at appendix IWB (crossdraw). I tuck my shirt in, then I unbutton a couple and place the Remora in there and button up. If I had to draw I would pop the buttons off and reach in.
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    Remora now makes a tuckable version with an extra flap to accommodate the shirt between the non sticky sides of the holster and the flap.
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