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Mika holsters

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by deercop, Mar 28, 2008.

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  1. deercop

    deercop Member

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    Having read many great reviews of Mika's holsters, I decided to order a couple myself, for a couple of pocket guns I needed holsters for anyway. Less than 5 minutes after clicking "pay", my cell started ringing with a number I didn't recognize. It was Mika himself! He confirmed my order, and asked a few questions. We chatted for a few minutes, and he struck me as one of the nicest guys I've dealt with.

    Anyway, so far Mika's customer service is exemplary. I suspect his product will be the same.
     
  2. Glockman17366

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    You won't be disappointed with your holster from Mikas. I've got the pocket holster with the rounded bottom...had it for 18 months or 2 years now. It's been used for pretty steady carry too.
     
  3. P95loser

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    I placed an order for a Mika pocket holster about 10 minutes ago! Excited to actually see and use it!
     
  4. The Lone Haranguer

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    I am very pleased with mine, for a Kahr PM9. It is definitely a case of function over form, but the function is unsurpassed. It does not require any unnatural motions or special techniques (e.g., yanking backwards or pressing against your leg to snag it on the pocket and let the gun come out) to draw from - just stab your hand down, grab a handful of grip and pull out.
     
  5. rdrancher

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    If you look up "class-act" in the dictionary there's a photo of Robert Mika.

    OK, maybe not, but there should be.

    rd
     
  6. ArchAngelCD

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    I own 2 right now and ordered another one last week. Bottom line, they work, they aren't over-priced and Mr. Mika is an extremely nice person to deal with...
     
  7. AStone

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    If corporations did business like Robert Mika
    (let alone approached the quality of his product),
    the world would be a better place by an order of magnitude.
     
  8. fiVe

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    Truthier words have never been spoken. I have a Mika round cut for my 642. In my opinion, there is no better pocket holster. The man, his product, his service--top-notch in every way.

    R/fiVe
     
  9. Camjr

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    Got an e-mail from the man himself this morning letting me know he's going to be working on my order this weekend and it will be shipped on Monday. He's been very apologetic that business is sooooo good that he's just now getting to the orders from late February! Couldn't happen to a nicer guy!
     
  10. The Lone Haranguer

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    That is still not bad for a one-guy/made-to-order shop.
     
  11. GLOCK19XDSC

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    I posted this elsewhere as well; Mika round came today and I'm pleased.:)
     
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