Inserting a Remora holster
Since the Remora works by sticking to your side/pants, and is sticky enough to remain in place while a gun is drawn, how difficult are they to insert into your IWB or pocket to begin with?
I bought an Uncle Mike's IWB holster many years ago for my Glock 19, and never cared for it at all. Difficult to insert, plastic clip is useless.
Re: Inserting a Remora holster
For IWB, you will most likely have to loosen your belt to get the holster in place, then tighten your belt and off you go. As far as getting it in a pocket, it's nothing too challenging.
Originally Posted by BamaT
You'll be pleased with how the Remora performs
The Remora is the way to go. I have two, one for a Taurus Slim and the other for a Beretta Nano. I really like using the Remora for IWB on my right hip. It is amazingly comfortable, even with a seatbelt. I'm a big guy and most IWB holsters are limited as to where you can place them, but not the Remora. It sits still where I place it and stays there all day. If I have pants or shorts without a belt, the holster will still be good to go as long as the shorts have a drawstring and the pants aren't a size too big.
Most of the clothing I wear doesn't look right with pocket carry, but the Remora still hides the weapon from view. The times I have carried in my pocket, the holster has stayed put when the weapon is drawn.