This is a discussion on Bought a Remora Holster yesterday. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by kelcarry Obviously not using it properly . I have a Remora because I hate belts and almost 100% wear drawstring type shorts ...
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Ksgunner, is the holster between the belt and pant? If so, that's really not how the Remora is designed to be used. The rubber pads work best with a large surface area to create friction drag.
No, No, No it is inside the waistband.
Otherwise, there was a nice selection of pistols and lots of rifles. Prices were high, but I expected that.
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Ya, I carry appendix too and found the remora a little unstable for that position. After about fifteen minutes I felt there was no way it was going to stay put all day in that position. I like em, just not for me. I'm glad they work for alot of people though - no denying that and they seem to be a great company.
The stupidity of some people NEVER ceases to amaze me.
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I've been thinking of ordering a Remora for my P238. I know Remora makes their holsters for all shapes and sizes of guns but wondered if they work best with the smaller, lighter ones. I keep picturing a fully loaded 30sf eventually sliding off my waist and down my pant leg.
For those of you with Remora's, are you using them for pocket guns or bigger compacts like a Springfield XD or Glock 19, 23 or 30?
Great holster and I even got a owb for my s & w govenor.
I've put my Makarov 380 in it also with dress pants and while it felt strange, it didn't move around.
Ruger SR1911 in Remora OR M&P40c w/Apex DCAEK in Sticky Holster
And Firestorm .38sp Snubby as backup.
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