This is a discussion on Mika Pocket Holster Arrived! within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; http://www.mikaspocketholsters.com is absolutely the BEST investment of $20 (+ postage) I've ever made! Extremely comfortable, easy to draw and reholster, holds my M642 in a ...
http://www.mikaspocketholsters.com is absolutely the BEST investment of $20 (+ postage) I've ever made! Extremely comfortable, easy to draw and reholster, holds my M642 in a perfect draw position and ZERO "print" factor! I'm very pleased and one of y'all put me onto the man, Robert Mika. So ..... THANKS!
Former Army Infantry Captain; 25 yrs as an NRA Certified Instructor; NRA Endowment Life; Avid practitioner of the martial art: KLIK-PAO.
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His pocket holsters are GREAT, and so is Rob Mika to deal with.
Several years ago, when I emailed Robert to ask a few questions about his pocket holsters, he replied that he was was going to send one onto me, that if I found it useful I could send him payment later, and if I didn't care for it to keep it at no cost and just pass it on to someone else. Remarkable !!!
I bought it because it works so well......and I use it often. It's very well designed in my opinion.
I've bought two pocket holsters from him. They work very well and are an amazingly good deal. He is also a great guy to deal with.
+1 on the Mika pocket holster. I have one for my S&W 642. Like was said, it holds my revolver in place, draws without the holster moving out of my pocket, and it does not print. Agreed, best holster investment you can make. In fact, I will be ordering one for my new Walther P99 compact. Although not not technically a "pocket gun," I believe that it will work fine with one of Bob's holsters.
I have a Mika holster for my Smith 640 and one for my Walther PPK/s. They are without a doubt the best holster for pocket carry I've ever used. (I have pocket holsters from several other makers that I don't use any more) The fact that they are inexpensive is just an added treat.
Mika's holsters hold the weapon in the proper position, do not print, and the weapons do not fall out when you sit down. They are so comfortable and conformable that you don't notice that they are there.
How does Mika's holster compare to an Unlce Mikes pocket holster in size and thickness? Is it bulkier?
Robert Mika is a Gentleman, and a pleasure to do buisness with.
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In a pinch, you can use it as a IWB holster with a tight belt but that may pinch the stiffener... ask me how I know :-)
One other thing I like about it is it doesn't look like a holster as much as a pouch. the round bottom one I have ... if you cup the revolver (Taurus 85 ~J-Frame) grip and use your fingers to shield the holster just a bit, you could be transferring anything from one pocket to another ... it just doesn't look like a gun.
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Well, with all the glowing reviews on Mika, I had to order a pocket holster for my Ruger SP 101 and a pocket knife carrier as well. Okay, now I'm done, I don't NEED any more holsters. STOP ME before I buy another one !!!!
ADD ON: It arrived on time,. as promised, fit perfect, works great. I'm very happy with it. and YES, he is a pleasure to deal with. THANKS MIKA !!!
Last edited by sass20485; March 19th, 2007 at 08:17 AM.
What holds that holster in the pocket? It looks as though it would come out with the gun.
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