"New" Tuff Products "Pocket-Roo" Snub Holster...

This is a discussion on "New" Tuff Products "Pocket-Roo" Snub Holster... within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hello. For several months now, I have been using a Tuff Products' pocket holster exclusively. This has not been difficult in the least as the ...

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    "New" Tuff Products "Pocket-Roo" Snub Holster...

    Hello. For several months now, I have been using a Tuff Products' pocket holster exclusively. This has not been difficult in the least as the holster "works" extremely well for me. I especially appreciate the design's "pouch" for their "QuickStrip". It consistently holds a reloading strip in the same position, which allows for a relatively quick reload with practice. If interested, here's more-detailed information on the "Pocket-Roo" holster:

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    Since that was written, this design has been altered slightly so that it fits Ruger's new LCR snub as well as the ever popular J-Frame line from Smith & Wesson.

    If you happen to be interested in this change or in another possible choice for pocket carry, here are some personal observations on this newest version of Tuff Products' Pocket-Roo snub revolver holster:

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    (I am not associated with this company financially whatsoever. I do think that the Pocket-Roo is a very useable and practical pocket holster and one that might be of interest to others within the shooting community.)

    Best.

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    Nice! I wonder if anybody makes one that takes a speedloader...
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    I like the fact that there is a place to keep a speedstrip included in the design....big plus!
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