Kinda Getting the Cart Before the Horse, But.....


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Spenser
June 10, 2008, 10:22 AM
I just ordered a pocket holster for my G27. It's a Don Hume pocket model. Anybody have experience with this type of holster and/or this gun? Any suggestions for improvements or use? I've been very happy with Don Hume stuff in general, so I'm not really taking that much of a risk.

Not to plug any particular vendor, and let me know if this is out of line, but this store had fantastic customer service:

http://www.gunnersalley.com/ Seemed to have really good prices, after a lot of research.

The guy that helped me out was named Brad. Again, just really good customer service. Very knowledgable about what he's selling, and super helpful. If the product makes it here timely (and I have faith it will), I'll be using them again.

I like passing on good customer service experiences.

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Robby
June 10, 2008, 11:10 AM
Brad provides excellent service. I think he must do most of the customer contact stuff. I ordered two holsters, one of which had to be back ordered from Don Hume, he was prompt with his replys to me, when I had questions or concerns about my order.

DWARREN123
June 10, 2008, 06:01 PM
I have ordered a few from them and am very happy with the products and services. I think the G27 is too large for my pockets so I carry IWB or strong side in a DH JIT slide.

Spenser
June 16, 2008, 05:25 PM
I received my holster, and I'm very pleased. Of course, the 27 is kinda big to work in the pocket of my suit, but it's going to be fine with khaki's and blue jeans.

The holster got here exactly when they said it was going to. Again, a great company to work with, from my limiteed experience.

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