Thanks for the firsthand review. Did you have the 1.5" or the 1.75 inch model?MechE said:I tried this type of holster several years ago and only had one problem with it. It was so comfortable that I almost forgot the firearm was there. I sat down in a cast iron chair with arm rests at a public resturant. The muzzle of my pistol hit the arm rest and popped it right out of the holster (or beltster). I stopped it from hitting the floor only because I was quick enough to pinch it between my forearm and side. The rest of the evening I was nervous as hell because I thought everyone saw what happened. This happened a second time at home when I sat down at my office chair in front of my computer desk. The handgun just hit the carpeted floor with a thud. I took the holster off and just chucked it in the trash. Didn't even make it to my box of sad and lonely holsters. This is a very comfortable holster but you just have to keep an eye on your pistol so it does not decide to jump out at the most embarrassing moment.
Yup. Only ever bought that one. The stitched holster is on the inside of the belt, so it doesn't stretch. It's been through 4 1911's without any issues.QKShooter said:Well, if that's the same belt/holster that you've worn for 6 years then I would say that it has held up pretty well & it still looks quite functional.
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