Has anyone seen this Holster?


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WalHam
September 19, 2003, 08:40 PM
http://www.fremaholster.com/

I'm just wondering if anyone has seen or has tried this holster. It looks really interesting the way you're able to get 100% concealment and a very quick draw. I might consider ordering one, but I'm not sure how credible the company is.

Any info is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.

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Standing Wolf
September 19, 2003, 09:28 PM
...approximately 1/3 of a second or less because of it's unique holster design...

People who can't distinguish between "its" and "it's" shouldn't try to sell me anything.

.45FMJoe
September 19, 2003, 09:29 PM
Amen Standing Wolf, Amen.

WalHam
September 19, 2003, 09:33 PM
After taking a better look at the site, I totally agree. I checked their FAQ section and there was only 2 questions, not to mention he/she can't spell.

BTW, can you or anyone else recommend a good CCW holster for a Walther P99 I just bought?

Thanks.

Marko Kloos
September 19, 2003, 11:02 PM
BTW, can you or anyone else recommend a good CCW holster for a Walther P99 I just bought?

If you're interested, I have a Don Hume PCCH holster for a Walther P99 that's up for sale.

http://www.donhume.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=DH&Product_Code=PCCH&Category_Code=CH

nemesis
September 19, 2003, 11:26 PM
It looks really interesting the way you're able to get 100% concealment and a very quick draw.

The Queen Isabella Causeway is the only bridge between South Padre Island and Port Isabel and I could let you have it for a great price, if you're interested. Please let me know as I can only keep it available for a few days and then I'm going to put it on the open market.

WalHam
September 20, 2003, 01:09 AM
nemesis, are you sure you don't want to jump off it? :neener:

BluesBear
September 20, 2003, 01:25 AM
These holsters work just fine IF you have the time to stick your off-hand into your off-side pocket and push it up and IF you only want to carry your weapon in an 11 o'clock cross-draw position.

Heaven forbid you need your weapon while carrying a bag of groceries or, God forbid, something as important as a child.

As for me I'll stick with a good only-one-hand-needed-to-draw holster. Besides my off side pocket is reserved for my NAA .22WMR.

:neener:

Lancel
September 20, 2003, 01:48 AM
Not a good idea to deal with a business that doesn't show a street address.

Larry

WalHam
September 20, 2003, 09:24 AM
Has anyone tried the Milt Sparks or Haugen Leather holsters? I've also seen the kydex holsters from Sidearmor and Comp-Tac. Anyone have an opinion on any of these? Are the kydex holsters uncomfortable, and sholuld I stick with leather?

Thanks for your help. :)

bubbygator
September 20, 2003, 10:25 AM
It doesn't appear to me that the holster is truly concealed. It is just hidden from waist-level sight behind the belt. If one has the advantage of having one's eyes above the waist-level, one might think "What is that big black bulgy thing that I see behind your belt?"

However, I think it's a great idea for a movie. I think it should be named "Taxi", and should star Robert DeNiro practicing his draws in front of a mirror.

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