This is a discussion on NRA holsters? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; The basic slide holster actually looks pretty workman-like.
I don't think its going to score big comfort grades for IWB, but you never know until ...
February 4th, 2012 10:59 AM
The basic slide holster actually looks pretty workman-like.
I don't think its going to score big comfort grades for IWB, but you never know until you ask. I was thinking it might be OK for a .380 like a PPK. maybe just right for last-minute IWB.
I also was looking at the two pouches/packs:
Both look pretty functional. With glasses, keys, sunglasses, cellphone, tablets and what-not, my pockets are getting pretty full these days. A wait pack or messenger bag doesn't seem like such a bad idea any more.
I'd sure like to hear any experiences with these products.
February 4th, 2012 06:17 PM
A "well known online auction site" has very similar holsters to the NRA basic slide for about $15 bucks, and I would still consider them poorly designed and over priced. You could do a whole lot better for the price with a Remora, or a suede IWB holster with a clip, which many makers like Galco and Bianchi offer.
February 4th, 2012 07:08 PM
I don't have either but would be interested in the waist pack if I rode a bicycle or somethng like that.... I carry IWB using either a crossbreed super tuck or Kholster holster....I've bought cheap holsters and give them away to friends who just start carrying until they figure out get a good holster...NRA is probalby a fairly good hoslter just shop around...
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