Best J-Frame Pocket Holster??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe70 View Post
    Read report above on the Ross. I just ordered a Mika for my 638 and a week ago ordered a Fist #7 for my G30. What do you carry your G30 in? I just got mine and needed a holster. After looking on here at many decided on the Fist.
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    Thanks Joe, bad news on the Ross. I carry my G30 in a Blade-tech UCH IWB
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    Well, I got a reply from 'Phil' at ccwsupply.biz stating that 'Ross' will have the trigger covered in their next pocket holster.
    I did get credit for my original investment, but not for the $4.80 it cost to send back a holster that was not as described. Live and learn.

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    High Noon pocket holster. Molded leather gives great gun retention and black tacky rubber makes it stay put in your pocket. Covers trigger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe70 View Post
    Well, I got a reply from 'Phil' at ccwsupply.biz stating that 'Ross' will have the trigger covered in their next pocket holster.
    I did get credit for my original investment, but not for the $4.80 it cost to send back a holster that was not as described. Live and learn.

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    OK, Fair is fair. I received an email from phil@ccwsupply.biz stating that Ross holsters will be making the pocket holster with covered trigger. He sent me one to try out and It is what I thought the original should be like. It is formed for the J frame, so reholstering won't be a problem, rough side out, smooth in for easy draw and holster stays in pocket. Nice holster.
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    Got 2 Mikas. Love em.

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    Love my Mika. IMHO, the best pocket holster around for the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Six Dollar Dave View Post
    Love my Mika. IMHO, the best pocket holster around for the money.

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    How much does it cost? Better than Galco?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe70 View Post
    OK, Fair is fair. I received an email from phil@ccwsupply.biz stating that Ross holsters will be making the pocket holster with covered trigger. He sent me one to try out and It is what I thought the original should be like. It is formed for the J frame, so reholstering won't be a problem, rough side out, smooth in for easy draw and holster stays in pocket. Nice holster.
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    I have been trying both the Ross and the Mica (which I received a few days ago), and right now I'm leaning toward the Ross. It feels better in the pocket, easy to draw from, and stays in the pocket. The ross is molded to the J frame and fits quite nicely. The Mica is as advertised, a good holster, easy draw, but as someone on here mentioned, feels a bit thick or bulky.
    I'll continue to give them both a good workout. Either one is a good buy.

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    I recently cut the plastic clip off of an Uncle Mike's IWB for pocket carry... works great.
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    Joe70,
    Just out of curiosity, when did you order your Mika? You said you recieved it a few days ago, and I have one on order, so I was curious about when you placed your order.
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    Have one for my seecamp great holster that just disappers have one on order for my 642. Won't see that for awhile. Two thumbs up for Milt Sparks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaystekan View Post
    Joe70,
    Just out of curiosity, when did you order your Mika? You said you recieved it a few days ago, and I have one on order, so I was curious about when you placed your order.
    I ordered my Mika around May 20 and it was about 4 weeks to delivery give or take a couple of days. It's as advertised, a nice pocket holster. Stays in the pocket and easy to draw from. I'll alternate between this and the Ross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe70 View Post
    I ordered my Mika around May 20 and it was about 4 weeks to delivery give or take a couple of days. It's as advertised, a nice pocket holster. Stays in the pocket and easy to draw from. I'll alternate between this and the Ross.

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    HMMMM I ordered mine May 4th, and have yet to recieve it. I emailed Mika 3 or 4 times the last week and got no response. Guess it's time for a phone call.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaystekan View Post
    HMMMM I ordered mine May 4th, and have yet to recieve it. I emailed Mika 3 or 4 times the last week and got no response. Guess it's time for a phone call.
    Did you get a phone call from him acknowledging your order? He called me around 9:00-9:30 a day or two after I ordered, to explain about the style and why. He doesn't bill your cr. card until he starts your holster.
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    I made this holster for my SP101 but it works with my son's S&W 638. Cost about $2.00. A little velcro sewn to the sides would keep it in the pocket.


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