Remora

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by verdun59, Dec 27, 2011.

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  1. verdun59

    verdun59 Member

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    Can anybody here give me your experience with Remora holsters, pros or cons. Thanks
     
  2. gbball98

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    Simply they work! I have about 5 different remora holsters for ccw all my other iwb holsters stay in the box. Pros, light weight, great function, versatile and reasonably priced. Cons None.
     
  3. David E

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    Cons:

    Doesn't allow a full firing grip

    Doesn't allow easy one hand reholstering.
     
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    I love them. I have 3 for LCR, P99c and Kahr CM9.
    You cannot reholster one handed with them but I don't have a problem with that. They do make different ones that let you get a full grip when drawing, look at the different models for each gun or speak or e-mail Alan he will guide you thru the ordering process. Exceptional customer service is the norm with them.
     
  5. needmorecowbell

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    I love mine for my SR9c. Got it with the reinforced top and extra cut-out for full grip. Have 0 problems reholstering with 1 hand. These keep your gun firmly in place, make a bit slimmer because no clip and even allow you to put at a cant. As much as I like my Don Hume holster, it now typically sits in the drawer as I prefer the remorse. Have the double mag holster too.
     
  6. Dogguy

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    I like mine. I intend to buy a couple of others in the future. The models with the reinforced top are easier to reholster than the standard models. Remora now has a model that allows a better grip but, honestly, I've never had a problem grasping any gun I've carried in mine.

    Mine is pretty comfortable and stays in place without having to cinch my belt up too tight. I wear it with loose-fitting sweat pants and it stays in place.
     
  7. David E

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    There is a world of difference between "grasping" and "full firing grip."
     
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