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    Kholster holster?

    Anybody own a Kholster? Like vs dislike?


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    Not much but here is a recent thread on another forum about them.

    As I stated there, they look quite ugly, but seem to be at least built nicely.
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    I'm very interested after looking at their website a bit
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    They are good very comfortable basic holsters. The owner is a great guy and has amazing customer serice. Do a Search I believe tere ae several threads about them.
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    I've got one. I can carry a P229 or a p239 in it and be very comfortable. Get it, adjust it the way you like, and then trim it to suit.

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    Web page: Kholster

    Holy cow … It looks like the guns are lying on a frozen pizza! The holster does not only look ugly and cheap, but also very uncomfortable unless you cut away half of it. No wonder it cost only $49 inclusive free priority shipping.

    If you like that type of holsters, why do not you get a Crossbreed which is a quality holster --> Crossbreed Holsters > Home
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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
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    Holy cow … It looks like the guns are lying on a frozen pizza! The holster does not only look ugly and cheap, but also very uncomfortable unless you cut away half of it. No wonder it cost only $49 inclusive free priority shipping.

    If you like that type of holsters, why do not you get a Crossbreed which is a quality holster --> Crossbreed Holsters > Home


    That's kinda the point, You cut away what you don't want to fit your taste, Not somebody else doing it for you and what fits them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
    Web page: Kholster

    Holy cow … It looks like the guns are lying on a frozen pizza! The holster does not only look ugly and cheap, but also very uncomfortable unless you cut away half of it. No wonder it cost only $49 inclusive free priority shipping.

    If you like that type of holsters, why do not you get a Crossbreed which is a quality holster --> Crossbreed Holsters > Home
    It is a crossbred at a little over half the price.

    And why do people care what a "concealed" holster looks like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21bubba View Post
    I've got one. I can carry a P229 or a p239 in it and be very comfortable. Get it, adjust it the way you like, and then trim it to suit.
    The fact that you can trim it to fit attracted me also. Ive looked at the crossbreed and they are pre trimmed but it may not be trimmed to my liking. Still not sure. But thanks for the imput.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21bubba View Post
    It is a crossbred at a little over half the price.

    And why do people care what a "concealed" holster looks like?
    Also good point. Lots of "Pretty" holsters out there all covered up.

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    I have carried a PT145 in one for several months now. Only problems I have had is the screws on the clips loosen over time. Other than that, no problems. I sometimes forget I am carrying a side arm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AWDeanSr View Post
    I have carried a PT145 in one for several months now. Only problems I have had is the screws on the clips loosen over time. Other than that, no problems. I sometimes forget I am carrying a side arm.

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...-kholster.html
    Do you suppose a little Lock-tite will stop screws from backing out?
    I'm definatly leaning more to buying one now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 21bubba View Post
    It is a crossbred at a little over half the price.

    And why do people care what a "concealed" holster looks like?
    Did you ever hear that about “cheap can be expensive”? You are right, a Crossbred is a little more expensive, but not that much. The Khoster cost $49 inclusive shipping, the Crossbreed cost $69.75 + $8.95 for shipping, which implies a total of $78.70. This is only $29.70 more than the Khoster; and if you are NRA member you get 10% discount. Did you ever carry all day long a holster that does not fit well? If not trust me, you will gladly spend those $29.70 extra in order to get a good holster. Not to forget how easy is to cut “wrong”. You get what you pay for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
    Did you ever hear that about “cheap can be expensive”? You are right, a Crossbred is a little more expensive, but not that much. The Khoster cost $49 inclusive shipping, the Crossbreed cost $69.75 + $8.95 for shipping, which implies a total of $78.70. This is only $29.70 more than the Khoster; and if you are NRA member you get 10% discount. Did you ever carry all day long a holster that does not fit well? If not trust me, you will gladly spend those $29.70 extra in order to get a good holster. Not to forget how easy is to cut “wrong”. You get what you pay for.
    What i will get is a holster that works as well, fits as well and be $29.70 richer.

    Let's be real here. Cross breed is a big time sponsor on this site and gets good reviews. But to imply that kholster is anything less than a crossbreed without the mark up sounds like "cheerleading" to me.

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    I have a kholster (LH) and a Crossbread (RH) horsehide. I have cut the Kholster to fit my shape but the Crossbread is fine. I think they both feel great.

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