This is a discussion on FIST Ultra Thins within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hi All. I just offered a FIST kydex ultra thin for my Walther PPS. In one respect I was pleased with the honesty of the ...
Hi All. I just offered a FIST kydex ultra thin for my Walther PPS. In one respect I was pleased with the honesty of the person I talked to at FIST, who advised me that the holster is good for about one year before it starts cracking. I was curious if that has been the experience of anyone here.
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Weird they would even carrying it if all its good for is breaking. I like fist products though.
I daily carried a Glock 27 in an ultra-thin from Fist.
I used that thing day after day, and never had a single sign of cracking...or any wear and tear.
The thing to do is to not put it on your body or otherwise "mess with it" without a gun in it.
In other words, with the gun in the holster, it is strong and will not be damaged.
without a gun in it..it might flex and be weakened...but basically it is a great design.
i would recommend Fist for a great holster!
My wife's EDC gun a Glock 26 has ridden in a FIST ultra-thin kydex K6 holster for the past 4 years. She carries it from sun up to sun down, 7 days a week, year round.
No problems with it. A friend of ours had a FIST ultra-thin kydex holster that did crack after 2 years use.
Tomorrow's battle is won during today's practice.
I have 2 FIST ultra thin kydex's for a Kahr PM9. Four years of service and no cracks.