"Brave Response Holster" I'm tempted...

"Brave Response Holster" I'm tempted...

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    "Brave Response Holster" I'm tempted...

    I'm tempted but to spend another $75 on a 'drawer holster' isn't on my bucket list.
    Anyone not connected to the company have real life experience to share?
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    I'm not tempted.
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    Looks like nylon and spandex for $75? It might be a great product but to me the price point seems way too high for what it is. You can buy soft holsters for $10 to $20 on amazon. Just a thought.
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    looks like a reholstering nightmare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deej6519 View Post
    looks like a reholstering nightmare.
    I agree, I have a soft holster for a GP100 I keep in my nightstand and its even a pain in the butt to get it out of the holster sometimes.
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    IWB concealed carry holster with a retention strap? Nope!
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    An elastic sock held up with an elastic band, from the looks of it, complete with an elastic thumb break of some sort. Disaster from top to bottom.
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    I probably wouldn't get this for regular concealed carry, but I am considering this one for walking the dogs after my gym sessions (happens pretty frequently). In those cases, I don't have belt loops, so my standard holster isn't an option in those cases.
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    seems like an okay enough idea but for me it came about 30 years too late! I'm already on my 3rd drawer.

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    I own a remora holster. Paid about 25$ for out the door. I can get 3 remora holsters for the price of one of those. The remora stays put and holds my Ruger 9e secure. Seems like a lot of money for a soft holster. I would rather spend the extra money on ammo. But that's just me. If it floats your boat. After all it's your money.
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    I like the pic that shows the spare mags poking his pudgyness. I bet that's super comfy all day long.
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