This may work in Fl but will not work in SC, where the firearm must be secured in a closed compartment such as console, glove or trunk. You leave it on your seat in SC, you invite a problem. I do exactly what Easy8 mentioned--I may not move it all the way over for cross draw but can certainly move it enough so that it is not poking me as I sit in car, yet is available for a timely draw, if necessary---this, to me, is one of the real advantages of the Remora since my CC is not 24/7; based on situational awareness (SA), car/road rage is near the top of my SA list and my firearm is still CC yet available for draw.I usually just put it on the seat, but that's a great idea.
I've got both too (assuming you mean DeSantis Nemesis). I love the Remora for daily wear. I still prefer the Nemesis for those rare times when I pocket carry.
I use a very similar system. I use my Remora holster with jeans or shorts and a Pistol Wear holster with business clothes. The Remora is very comfortable and it is easy to adjust if you are getting in and out of the car a lot. Great holster! Smarshe, welcome to the club!I've had my Remora for a while now and while it took some getting used to, it's now my regular EDC holster. It doesn't move and can be adjusted to whatever my carry situation needs. I still also use my belly band, but that's only when I need to go with a tucked in shirt and no jacket.
For a pit stop, I put the holster with Bodyguard still in it in my front pants pocket. When I'm done I put it back on my hip. For workout pants with no pockets, just set it in the "hammock".It is good to hear all the positive feedback for Remora holsters. I actually took advantage of their current Saint Patrick's Day special discount to order two no-clip IWB holsters, one for my S&W Bodyguard ( 2A) and one for Ruger LCP (2R). I primarily intended these for use with my jogging/workout clothes as well as my lounge around the house clothes. That is shorts or sweat pants with elastic waistband and no belt.
One thing I am wondering about is performance when a “pit stop” is necessary? I was thinking that by simply dropping the waistband partly down all around that pressure against my thigh would keep everything in place. I don't imagine that this would work for ordinary street clothes, say jeans with a belt where the belt, top jean button, and fly is undone?
That's exactly what I like about this type of holster. Driving with a clipped IWB is a pain. These are easy to take on and off. Putting it in place when leaving the house is just like putting in your wallet and phone. I have 11 holsters for four guns ranging up to over $100. This is my favorite.Road trips with the Remora are great, I can tuck it between the seats, in the door panel, under the console -- and then just tuck it in my pocket or in my waistband. Easily the best holster I have to take on and off if I'm getting in and out of the truck.
Thanks!I use a very similar system. I use my Remora holster with jeans or shorts and a Pistol Wear holster with business clothes. The Remora is very comfortable and it is easy to adjust if you are getting in and out of the car a lot. Great holster! Smarshe, welcome to the club!
Yes, I've been scolded twice here now. Advice taken. Thanks.Smarshe,
Glad you like your Remora.
I use one for pocket carry of my S&W Model 60.
In Florida the gun has to be "securely encased" when carried in a private conveyance. F.S.S. 790.25 (3)(l).
A holster with retaining device will qualify.
If you have a CCW and I assume you do then as others have said, on your person cross draw with your Remora works for seated in a vehicle.