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Old 07-24-2012, 21:52   #21
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A good holster should provide effective primary retention and protect the trigger from inadvertent activation. The horsehide Kramer Pocket Holster does that.

Some other makers rely upon gravity alone to keep the handgun in their pocket holster. Some other makers claim to make pocket holsters that stay in the pocket - and stay in place in the pocket - through the use of materials that do not easily slide within the pocket.
Sounds good, right? Well...it don't work.

The number one priority is to ensure that the trigger is protected, no matter what, and the Kramer does that.

http://www.kramerleather.com/product...&categoryID=28
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Old 09-04-2012, 23:15   #22
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I have a pocket holster for my 442 and I really love it. I bought it at a gun show in Charlotte, from the fellow who owns Wild Bill's Concealment. Link

The one I use is:

Level 10
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Pocket Packer
Can be used in either right or left front pocket

I've had mine for years and it has never given me the first problem and it has always been comfortable.
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Old 09-05-2012, 04:10   #23
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I stopped pocket carrying some time back. I read somewhere pocket carrying a snub being described as being similar to carrying an orange in your pocket. Well, I can't say that analogy is either accurate or inaccurate as it depends on the size of the pocket, material, size of wearer, size of orange(s) (levity injected here), etc...

My main reason for no longer pocket carrying is that I do prefer lighter material clothing and also already carry enough **** in my pockets already....and just ain't the tacticool kinda guy...being that Iam fairly athletic and don't favor the dunlop concealment method I find that for standard day to day carry the Clipdraw works just fine for my 442. If engaging in more active endeavors, I slide it into my cheapo reproduction of the SmartCarry (gonna pony up for a real one here soon, tho)...
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Old 09-05-2012, 04:52   #24
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Old 09-12-2012, 21:12   #25
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+1 for a Mika pocket holster, and he signs your name, etc. inside (or at least he used to..)!
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Old 09-13-2012, 04:34   #26
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Remora holster
I have been reading very positive reviews on these over on smith-wessonforum and went ahead and ordered one...hope it lives up to its billing.

https://www.remoraholsterstore.com/P...eries%2D8%2DCH
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Old 09-14-2012, 20:52   #27
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I have been reading very positive reviews on these over on smith-wessonforum and went ahead and ordered one...hope it lives up to its billing.

https://www.remoraholsterstore.com/P...eries%2D8%2DCH
I have three of them. Works as advertised, extremely comfortable, and no clips or belt to mess with if you don't want to. Have one each for a K-frame smith 3", Glock 27, and Taurus 2" snubbie. Lifetime warranty, made in the USA, and the remora folks have always been more than a pleasure to work with. I proudly stock their holsters in my store.


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Old 09-15-2012, 16:25   #28
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Lobo Gunleather's Model 1 Pancake.

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Old 09-15-2012, 17:02   #29
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DeSantis Nemesis works fine for me.
Ditto. I use it for my 642 and my LCR in my right front pocket. They also make one for the G26 w/CT.
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Old 09-16-2012, 17:14   #30
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Mine 442 goes great in its Milt Sparks VM-II.
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Old 11-27-2013, 20:42   #31
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I carry the 340PD and the heavier stainless 640 .357 in Kramer Pocket Holsters because they retain the gun. I had a 442 J-frame dump out of an Uncle Mike's one time, and clear out of my slacks pocket, getting into a car. That cured me of holsters that don't hang onto the gun. But there may be even better ones than the Kramer. I don't know.
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Old 11-27-2013, 20:57   #32
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J-frames are so light, putting them on a belt holster makes them almost disappear weight wise.
Yup.

Here is my J-frame 638 with a shrouded hammer in an oversize(N-frame) holster. I use the holster for a N-frame 44 magnum, but when I want less bulk the J-frame sits pretty in it.

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