Stoner shoulder holsters

Stoner shoulder holsters

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    Stoner shoulder holsters

    Has anyone used one of the Stoner strapless shoulder holsters ?
    I'm looking for a way to cc a 1911 and this looks like it may
    be the answer.
    Would like any feedback y'all have.
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    Link: Stoner Concealed Carry Shoulder Holster [S-Shoulder] - $44.95 : Stoner Holsters, The Right Holster for Your Gun
    IMO, you get what you pay for . this holster appear(from the small pic) as a generic holster that is over priced. You probably could spend less from Cheaper than Dirt or a similar site for this type of holster.
    I find this type of belly band rig to be too hot and not nearly enough retention for me.
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    That's not a shoulder holster, no matter what they call it; the weight is not supported by the shoulder.

    It's simply a belly band slid up to chest level. I would not trust it not to slip down.

    You could make your own for the cost of an ACE bandage.

    From the web site: These are worn by over 50,000 officers and branches of the military.

    I don't believe that for a single minute.
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    Hands down the best shoulder rigs - Del Fatti or Alessi.

    Both are fairly expensive but, should you decide that you don't like shoulder carry - you'll have no trouble getting all your money back.
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    Just a gimmick, IMHO.

    If you really want a shoulder holster, QKShooter gave you some good advice. A shoulder holster, perhaps more than any other type of rig, requires a sound, proven design, top-knotch materials, and excellent craftsmanship. There are too many things that can go wrong, otherwise.

    Keep in mind, too, that lots of folks here carry full-size 1911s and other similarly sized handguns in other inside-waistband and outside-waistband designs. You may want to consider other options as well.

    And as Rocky said, you get what you pay for. After a couple of years of daily carry, the price won't matter -- performance, comfort and durability will.
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    An interesting concept. Looks like it could use a little refinement. No specific holsters for different handguns. No way to adjust angle of handgun in holster. Straps over the shoulder area would stop any downward movement, but not put undue weight on shoulders.

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    Might work great if your wearing a strapless evening gown,I will have to pass,dresses make me look like really ugly guy wearing a dress,that's another story
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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Hands down the best shoulder rigs - Del Fatti or Alessi.

    Both are fairly expensive but, should you decide that you don't like shoulder carry - you'll have no trouble getting all your money back.
    The only problem is Del Fatti is not taking any orders at the moment and according to their website they are working on 2007!!!??? Could they be that back logged?? Maybe Im in the wrong business.
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