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This is a discussion on "Brave Response Holster" I'm tempted... within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; 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 ...
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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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 $20 on amazon. Just a thought.
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looks like a reholstering nightmare.
IWB concealed carry holster with a retention strap? Nope!
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An elastic sock held up with an elastic band, from the looks of it, complete with an elastic thumb break of some sort. Disaster from top to bottom.
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I probably wouldn't get this for regular concealed carry, but I am considering this one for walking the dogs after my gym sessions (happens pretty frequently). In those cases, I don't have belt loops, so my standard holster isn't an option in those cases.
My EDC: PPQ M2 9mm in a Blade-Tech Eclipse OWB Holster, one spare mag in a Galco double-mag pouch, a Leatherman wave filling the other slot, and a folding knife. Also, my cell phone, and some fully-functional gray matter between my ears.
seems like an okay enough idea but for me it came about 30 years too late! I'm already on my 3rd drawer.
I own a remora holster. Paid about 25$ 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.
I'm not saying we should kill all the stupid people. I'm saying remove all the warning labels and let the problem sort itself out.