Thumb break on new holster
Hello; I just got a new holster it is a "Soft armor 39 series" It is made from nylon. I plan on using it as a inside belt holster. It comes with a thumb break strap. My carry gun is a sub compact Springfield XD 9 MM.
It fits very snug and secure. I practice drawing and the thumb break is a problem. Does the strap have to be over the grip or over the top part were the little pin is that shows you that the gun is cocked?
(I understand if it is over the grip the back "safety" is compromised). So the thumb break is hard and slows me down. Any Ideas?
Thanks in advance. PG
Straps?...Here's An Example...
My wife seems to think I trip a lot...well, maybe I do...ah, not really. Anyway, she gets a lot of laughs when I do 'miss a step'...once in a while. I always catch myself, but she gets the laugh.
Well, I was at a local rodeo (first time) and sitting in the stands. I had my Beretta 9000S in a good Fist IWB strong side (no strap...would never have one). I decided to take a walk around and took two steps down the bleacher type steps...almost made it to the bottom, except for that LAST step...I missed it!
Two points here...my wife got another laugh (cruel but true) and when I picked myself up (unhurt...except for pride) my Beretta never moved. :hand10:
Don't need no stinkin' straps (kind of like badges, eh?)...