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Plug for Remora holsters

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by sharpblade, Jun 27, 2011.


  1. sharpblade

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    I have been carrying concealed since 1995. I have maybe 50 different holster and way to many carry guns. I like to carry crossdraw in the waistband. All the holsters I have for this are kinda locked in position. What I like about the Remora is that you can move it around slightly when doing different things. I ordered 3 bout 2 weeks ago and then ordered a couple more. They are so comfortable and Alan at Remora is so nice and throws in extras. I have not had any problem with them moving around unless I make an effort to do so. I highly recommend them, am really impressed. I think I will be using these for a long time. Just thought I would share.:embarassed:
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  2. Fedor

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    I think I will try one, it looks very handy.
     

  3. KingWalleye

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    +1!

    I bought one for my new LCP and carried it all weekend and today at work. I just took it off and slipped the little girl into a pocket holster since I wear jeans at work most of the time.

    These are a tremendous value. Quality materials, an innovative design that really works and a lifetime no questions asked warranty. Whats not to like?

    I plan on ordering one or two more for my G19 and a couple of mag pouches too.
     
  4. TJS

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    Well worth the money!
     
  5. 1canvas

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    i just got 2 today and it looks as if i might be ordering 2 more. sharpblade or anyone, what about the mag holders? i am never comfortable with the ones that go on the belt but these might be different.
     
  6. DoubleWide

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    Friends have them. One says it never slips, the other says depending on what he's wearing, it may require readjust me. He'd also prefer a slightly different cut on the outside. Both prefer them over their supertucks.
     
  7. sharpblade

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    I, also am not comfortable with the ones that go on belts. The top of the magazine always ends up sticking me. I just put these in my pocket. The mag is protected from the items in my pocket and they more or less stay upright. The speed strips, I just put in my little watch pocket. The 5 rounds ones fit in there perfectly.
     
  8. 1canvas

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    thanks:wavey:.
     
  9. cowboy1964

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    For those that get poked with vertical belt mag pouches, try a horizontal one. I can barely feel it's there. Easy on/off. You can carry with the pouch opening in front or back, bullets facing up or down.

    Safariland 123. < $20

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