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New sticky holster

Discussion in 'Handguns: Holsters and Accessories' started by gym, Feb 10, 2012.

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  1. gym

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    I just got this new one delivered an hour ago and already see it's going to be my carry holster. It's sticky on the outside, smooth inside, it has no straps, hooks or anything to keep it in place but it's sticky material. The MD-4, size fits my emp, glocks, all sub compacts. So it fits most all my carry guns. I am wearing nylon gym pants,and it stays up with them. Someone should have thought of this a long time ago, at $30.00 one size fits most, is a terrific little holster. Can be "stuck" anyware on the waist. Very cushioned no hard plastic poking you in the vital areas. Sticky Holsters, so far so good, Goggle them.
     
  2. David E

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    Sounds like a dandy gun holder, not a holster.
     
  3. Serenity

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    I'm tempted to just order one even though I don't have a carry pistol yet; all of the models I'm considering can use the same one. I watched some videos and it looks perfect for my needs.
     
  4. David E

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    A proper carry holster should do several things. Collapsing, preventing a full firing grip and not allowing easy one hand reholstering are not among them.
     
  5. ghosthunter

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    sticky holster

    Someone did think of this..REMORA..Google them! Not one negative review anywhere.
     
  6. David E

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    See post #4
     
  7. ghosthunter

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    Guess you haven't seen the Remora Reinforced top holsters?
     
  8. David E

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    I'm aware if them. Not impressed. And the other shortcomings are unaddressed.
     
  9. mgmorden

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    I never trust things that "probably" work. As such any holsters that require pure friction or "stickiness" to be held in place I just don't trust.
     
  10. ghosthunter

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    Well, to each his own..I have 4 Remoras, and think they're fantastic!!
     
  11. David E

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    Take a serious gun class with your Remora, then see if you think its still great.
     
  12. ghosthunter

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    As I stated before..To each his own..As an NRA instructor, I happen to like the Remora holster..'nough said on this topic!
     
  13. David E

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    Being an NRA Instructor means less and less these days. I'll keep my NRA certification current, because other folks think it means something, but I know better.

    Using a crap piece of gear leisurely at your own pace won't tell you much. But use it in any serious class, it will be revealed why the "crap" label is applied. And if we are relying on certain gear for literal life or death situations, it's a good idea to wring it out thoroughly first. But maybe that's just me.
     
  14. ghosthunter

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    Guess I'll just take the "High Road" and let David have the last word!:neener:
     
  15. David E

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    Or, you could take that serious gun class and risk being enlightened. Your choice, of course.
     
  16. Sam1911

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    All right, all right. Enough. They are what they are, and they aren't what they aren't.

    Certainly they aren't anything worth getting noses bent out of shape over.
     
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