It's an accurate statement. I was referring to stability on the belt, not the ability of the holster to retain the weapon.
Originally Posted by beforeobamabans
This is a very odd statement because ALL of my custom leather holsters provide great retention. In fact, they have all required a break-in period to loosen them up because they've been too tight. I own Brommeland, Nick Mathews and SideGuardHolsters and they all work perfectly. Leather is greatly superior to kydex in appearance, feel, smell, moldability, flexibility and has done no damage to the four different size Glocks I have carried.
Perhaps it is a quality of maker issue? Or do you do something to them that diminishes their performance like oil them?