I'd go for the D.M. Bullard.
This is a discussion on Any info on Pro Carry HD holster. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Was looking for holsters and came across a holster called the Pro Carry HD IWB. Link: Pro Carry HD - Concealed Carry IWB Holster $29.99 ...
Was looking for holsters and came across a holster called the Pro Carry HD IWB. Link:Pro Carry HD - Concealed Carry IWB Holster
$29.99 don't seem too bad. But by time you get the holster and to get a F.B.I cant is extra $5.00 then shipping I think is around $10 so total of $45. Anyone tried these holsters?
Or should I dish out the extra $20 bucks and get a D.M. Bullard Tuckable IWB?
I'd go for the D.M. Bullard.
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I own one and i hate it. The clip really does not hold on to my belt. when i draw the holster comes with it. I wear a 5.11 gun belt. just my opinion of the holster.
I'm surprised that Kimber lets them use that copyrighted name.
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If cash is a problem (when isn't it) the cross breed works quite well for the money. If you like leather Milt Sparks has always been great. Personally I don't like the FBI cant, I like the pull up straight draw and push forward system.
Good luck and give us feed back on what you choose and why you like or don't like it.
Sir - your statement is untrue - you are not a previous customer of ours nor are you a current customer - you did not purchase one of our products from us so how is it you can make a statement like this about our product?
The J hook locking design on our clips will NOT allow the holster to "come with the gun" when you draw if it is attached properly to ANY belt much less a gun belt - I do not know what your motivation is but I do understand the nature of so called "experts" on these forums and the tendacy to spread manure.
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Id look at a MTAC from Comp-Tac or check out HBE leatherworks. You cant go wrong with a Bullard either.
OK I looked at the holster photo & I can't see has how it would be any less secure than any and every other IWB holster that uses a spring steel belt clip.
If you purchased a holster from them and were not satisfied with it for any reason ~ you should have contacted them and given them a chance to make it right with you.
That is usually the best "first course of action" before you tarnish a reputation on the Internet.
If your holster is drawing with your firearm as you have stated then you should wrap your firearm in a few thicknesses of Waxed Paper and leave your firearm inserted for a day or so.
That should solve that problem.
Either that or buy a regulation gun belt.
Let's keep this thread on topic to the questions being asked by the OP and no more trading slaps back and forth in the public area of the forum.
Second...the OP asked if anybody had used this holster and what their opinion was, the guy gave it to him. Not in a mean way, just that it didnt work...kinda like I have heard several people talk about Uncle Mike's etc.
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I'm a D.M. Bullard fan, have 4. Avatar is my EDC.