Has anyone used this brand of pocket holster?

Has anyone used this brand of pocket holster?

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    Has anyone used this brand of pocket holster?



    This is one I saw at pocketholsters.com. It looks like a well made, easy to use holster for the back pocket (maybe front pocket too).

    Has anyone had any experience with these, and was it good, bad, or indifferent?
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    I have one of his holsters for the LCP. It seems to be well made. I like it.

    Initially when I ordered my holster from him, there was a problem with the shopping cart that mis-calculated shipping and my card was charged twice.

    I sent a quick e-mail and everything was taken care of within a reasonable amount of time. I was happy.

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    Looks like a nice holster. I have a Don Hume pocket holster for my Kel-Tec P3at works very well.
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    I have one simular, you can also carry a spare mag, same principle. Easy to hide and very little printing, except as to a 2nd thin wallet.

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    I have tried several types of pocket holsters, including the one you have pictured...when I came upon the Fist kydex pocket holster it became a keeper...molded to fit the thigh...will NOT tip in the pocket...has a thumb-push so ONLY the gun comes out...easy to re-holster...OMO

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    It appears to me that if the holster was very tight it would come out with the gun. I always have used one that had a wing on it to catch on the pocket and prevent the holster and gun coming out together.

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    I've got one of those for my PPK and I like it for front pocket carry. For a smooth draw I use my ring finger to "kick" the holster's wing under the trigger guard. Fit to my gun was excellent right out of the package, not too tight nor too loose. I carried it last week in my khakis during a funeral visitation and it went unnoticed - at least as far as I know.

    Since the PPK is bordering on being too large for pocket gun to begin with, I can't use it in my back pocket without the grip sticking out the top. You might want to apply some purple Loctite to the Chicago screws if your going to carry in the rear pocket, it'll keep the screws from coming undone and the purple is reusable.

    Shipping for my order was relatively fast as well, I "think" I had it within a week or so but it's been a while so I'm not entirely sure. The only thing I'd change on it is I'd prefer a rounded bottom edge to position the grip a little differently, that's probably a subjective thing though. For the price, I'd say it's a winner. Go ahead and order one, if you don't like it I'm sure you'd have no trouble selling it here in the "GFS" area.
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    To me it doesn't look like it would be easy to get a full firing grip on the gun with that back panel in the way. Just a thought.

    Scratcht that, I just went to their site. Carry on!

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    The nicest are RJ Hedley or Hidden Holster

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    I use a similar holster from Aker. This style works very well.

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    I have one and use it for my Seecamp. Works fine. I'm a big fan of the back-pocket carry for that little mouse gun.....

    There are a couple of guys on the Seecamp forum that were taught by R.J. Hedley (he's not taking orders currently) who you might want to try though. From what I can see, they both make a great holster at a very reasonable price.

    Jim at Hidden Holsters and Robert Meco.

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    Oh yes! Love this holster. For front pocket my favorite is the Kramer. But when I need a back pocket holster this is my favorite.

    I say get one, you won't regret it!

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