This is a discussion on Anyone familiar with Silent Thunder Holsters? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have a Garrett Silent Thunder STX for am M&P Shield. Completely awesome. Comfortable, secure, fast & quiet draw, easy 1 hand reholstering, and easy ...
I have a Garrett Silent Thunder STX for am M&P Shield. Completely awesome. Comfortable, secure, fast & quiet draw, easy 1 hand reholstering, and easy on slide wear. A total win. Plan to get more Garretts as my needs evolve.
Update on mine: I have been using it a lot since my last post in this thread and have been quite happy with the holster. It originally came with the clip attachment which I was able to break taking the holster on and off my belt at work. I then ordered the full loop attachment and although it obviously takes more time to get it on and off, it is rock solid and I don't see this breaking ever. Quite happy with this holster.
I am a big fan of Garrett Industries Holsters. I'm not a relative nor employee, but I consider them good people who care that you have the best holster for you. They have been around quite a while and manufactured holsters for others to market. Not many years ago their marketer sold his business and they went alone. Note they do more than holsters including stuff for military and civilian agencies. They stand behind their work and don't hesitate to touch up or replace to make it good.
I have a Silent Thunder IWB for my PM9 and anticipate receiving my new Silent Thunder Fusion this week for my new Glock 30 SF.
I have an iwb, and am pleased with the holster... No, make that very pleased. Best customer service I've experienced online.
The only complaint is that the belt clip design adds a quarter inch to the bulge.
Other than that, very pleased...
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