Thomas Perfectionist by Kramer

Thomas Perfectionist by Kramer

This is a discussion on Thomas Perfectionist by Kramer within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; This holster is $140.00,they do make it for a CS45,does anyone have one or know if they are worth the price?...

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    Thomas Perfectionist by Kramer

    This holster is $140.00,they do make it for a CS45,does anyone have one or know if they are worth the price?

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    $140! Yikes, what would make that worth the price?
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    I had one and for me it was very uncomfortable to wear. Mine was for a 1911 but the design works best with a wheelgun. They are very thick and bulky and IMO a real pain to use for a concealment rig. Your better off with a regular Kramer IWB. Besides the thickness of it, it had a severe cant which does not work well with a semi-auto.

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    Why this for $140?

    Kramer's Thomas Prefectionist Holster


    When you can have many of these for HALF...

    Many of Fist's IWB holsters

    I'm just sayin'...
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Why this for $140?
    When you can have many of these for HALF...
    I'm just sayin'...
    Half = better!
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    Kramer

    I worked for a gunstore that was FACTORY DIRECT with Kramer and I NEVER sold one in the THREE years I worked there.
    I heard from some customers the comfort factor wasn't there.

    As far as pricing, yeah, that is a bit much, in my opinion but they do make good gear. I especially like the horsehide stuff. Their paddle is still my favorite, hands down.

    If you are deadset, try to find a Kramer Dealer (The Marksman in Puyallup, WA) is where I worked. Maybe they can get you a better price ordering thru them.

    Good luck!

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    I bought three Kramer holsters, an OWM and two IWB. I found them good enough, but not up to the quality and boning of other top makers. I gave one of the IWBs away to a police officer who went to our church.
    In my view they are too thick and not comfortable.
    Mine are cowhide, and horsehide might be significantly better, but I don't know.

    On the other hand I understand, from those who know, that his paddle holsters are the standard by which others are judged. They are a bit pricy which is the reason I don't have one. I prefer snap loop holsters to paddles, but if I did have a job like NCIS, I would get one of his paddles. Otherwise I don't want to spend $140 or $155 for one, no more than I would use it.

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    To add to my original opinion and post. The gun you have a Smith CS45 is a fairly small semi-auto and you'd be much better served with a rig along the lines of a Sparks VMII or Alessi Hideout. Now that Lou's daughter has taken over the shop, there promising faster delivery and the last I heard was approx 10 weeks. Considering Kramer runs about six, another month isn't bad. The Hideout is a thin and extremely comfortable IWB rig and by far one of my favorites. Check them out at Alessi Gun Holsters

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