This is a discussion on Rhino Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Good Day, Just wanted to share a positive review for a holster that I have been using for about 11-12 months. I bought a Rhino ...
Just wanted to share a positive review for a holster that I have been using for about 11-12 months. I bought a Rhino Holster at a local gunshow after seeing it on several prior trips to the gunshow. I was reluctant and skeptical as I did not want to add yet another holster to my huge holster drawer. The holster that I picked up is for small frame glocks (9mm/40 etc) and much to my surprise it also works for my G17 that I recently had a rmr installed. Whereas many of my other holsters could no longer accept the rmr'ed G17, the rhino had no issue with it.
The Rhino is one of my favorite owb holsters. It is cant and retention adjustable, easy to put on and take off, great value for the price, keeps the gun tight against the body, ride height is great and it is very comfy.
Bill, the owner of Rhino holsters is a stand up guy as well. I emailed him in the morning to alert him that I broke one of the screws on the holster and the next afternoon I received a package with 5 replacement sets of screws. That's top notch service.
No, I am not affiliated with the company othet than being a satisfied customer.
Here is a link to the Rhino website:
A link to a youtube vid explaining it:
rhinoholsterdemo1 - YouTube
Glock Cert. Armorer
I watched the VID and don't really see how it is MORE concealable than a properly made OWB holster.
In fact it appears to me that a properly constructed leather OWB holster can pull the firearm butt closer in to the body than that.
It's great that you recd good customer service though. That's always a huge plus.