Any concerns with a Remora?

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    Cool

    I tried a Remora for my S&W Model 10 2" and never felt comfortable with the holsters security when actively moving about.

    I also like a holster that maintains it's shape for reholstering.

    As far as my Glock 23 and 36 are concerned I carry them in a high Noon Public Secret holster and am completely satisfied with comfort and security.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerberos View Post
    Glad to hear all is well...

    1. All guns are always loaded

    I have no need to discern whether my Glock is in condition 1... it always is!

    Stay safe and "stay armed, my friends"
    I'll second that remark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yupp View Post
    Yes it is an ART
    One of the video's I watched on Youtube they mentioned the RFT was moving on them, they thought the regular one would stay in place better. I think it was the young lady video's.
    Mine has moved some when I am slouching on the couch for a few hours, other then that-- no problems.
    --Jason--

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    Quote Originally Posted by southchatham View Post
    A simple press check is the best way to tell if a round is chambered.
    What is a "press check"?
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    I think, therefore I am armed.


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    Concerns with a Remora holster and carrying a Glock? You serious? Soft? What you talkin' 'bout? I've carried my G27 in a Remora holster appendix style for the past three years and I've never given a second's thought about blowing my nuts off. Holsters don't pull the trigger......you do. I have more to say on this matter, but I like to remain a member of this forum in good standing......please respect that and.......................................... PM me any time. ;)

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