Remora "No Clip" IWB holster

Remora "No Clip" IWB holster

This is a discussion on Remora "No Clip" IWB holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; A buddy of mine who's employed at the local shooting range turned me on to this line of holsters recently. It is by far the ...

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    Cool Remora "No Clip" IWB holster

    A buddy of mine who's employed at the local shooting range turned me on to this line of holsters recently.
    It is by far the most comfortable holster I have ever worn. It stays put, even when loaded with my full-size M&P9 (unloaded of course) with running and jumping around. It makes my full-size M&P9 disappear, even in such simple clothes as a white T-shirt or a light-colored polo shirt. And at $30, it's hard to beat! I would highly recommend to anyone.

    Home of the Original Remora No Clip Holster


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    There have been numerous threads extolling the design, comfort and price of this holster. I might even have to try one myself!
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    I've been using one for the last month and it is the most comfortable holster I have. I almost forget it's there and it never moves, never changes position. Highly recommend it.

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    Very satisfied with mine so far. Plus, Alan, the owner, is a super nice guy!

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    I've been using one for about two weeks, now. Been carrying a Ruger SR9c for 14-16 hours a day, doing yard work, riding a motorcycle, changing the oil in the bike, etc. The holster stays put and keeps the gun secure. Because you can wear it at any cant or depth you want, it's as comfortable as an IWB holster CAN be. I'm VERY impressed with this holster, and I'll be buying more for my other handguns. Can't recommend them enough !!!

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    I even use them when I tuck my shirt in and they stay put! They are extremely comfortable holsters.
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    Agreed. And Alan, the owner, is extremely pleasant to deal with!
    I was showing it off at my range today, and three or people were excited enough about it to want one.

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    I have one as well for my Ruger.. Very well made.

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    My Supertuck has stayed in the holster drawer since I got a Remora.
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    I love these holsters but have a really hard time getting a good combat grip when I draw. I draw and then have to adjust my grip. Any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roguestew View Post
    I love these holsters but have a really hard time getting a good combat grip when I draw. I draw and then have to adjust my grip. Any suggestions?
    Sure, try a Sticky Holster. They're cut differently and allow full purchase of the grip. Think of them as an upgrade to a Remora.

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    Remora has the Artemis cut, which has a combat grip and would be the same as a "sticky Holster"

    Home of the Original Remora No Clip Holster

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    I wonder if I could cut my remora?

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    This holster has to be one of the most talked-about conversation pieces on this forum, and deservedly so.

    I'm wearing one right now, with a PM9 in it. I like that it can be tucked and stays put, but also fits nicely in the cargo pocket of cargo pants/shorts and also slips between the seat breaks on the front seat of the truck or in the bottom of the door of the truck and the holster fits all of those purposes just fine.
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    Didn't find the Artemus cut on the website

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