Discussion in 'Handguns: Accessories, Holsters, and Optics' started by Fonzie2k, Jan 15, 2020.
They're a semi-new company selling an American made product at an affordable price. I no longer have any complaints.
Thanks for posting an update. Maybe I will give them a try.
I have one of their IWB holsters. It is fine for what I use it for.
Sometimes these forum witch hunts make me very nervous.
https://wethepeopleholsters.com/collections/ruger-owb-kydex-holsters/products/ruger-american-9-fullsize-kydex-owb-concealed-carry-holster and instead of received on June 15th: https://wethepeopleholsters.com/collections/ruger-iwb-kydex-holsters/products/ruger-american-9-fullsize-kydex-iwb-concealed-carry-holster Upon which I have had countless emails back and forth, after proving it is the WRONG item via a photo submission of proof, waiting for the correct item I purchased to be shipped, notified of & a return shipping label. As of July 2, 2020 I have nothing but a useless holster from "We The People Holsters." $40 worth of aggravation that as a retired person with disability, it is needless added pain to cope with. AVOID THIS COMPANY!!!
I have one as well. Mine is a IWB for a P365. No complaints about the company or the holster quality. It was as advertised.
Also to the argument further up: LOTS of holsters are molded with controls in the wrong position (e.g. 1911 holsters molded safety OFF) or bump the mag release. An all too common fix. In the old leather days people would semi-regularly still cut on them, or glue blocks to keep the holster from bumping the mag release. Dunno why a good portion of the holster industry doesn't get this decades later.
Kydex is easy to mod.
Would mod the holster and not the gun if there was an issue.
My Colt Commander was notorious for this! Several times I'd get up and the mag would pop out or I'd remove the gun at the end of the day to find the mag missing, kicking off a search for that mag. IIRC the mag release was stock on that one. I wish I could remember the holster, but it must not have been a good one. A couple times the safety would get wiped off while wearing it, too. My Kimber had this problem as well. The same thing that made mag swaps fast and easy also made the mag less secure in the holster. I had this issue a couple times with a Star BM and my Star PD.
Apropos of nothing I solved all those problems but carrying virtually nothing but HKs. The lever release on the trigger guard has never been accidentally actuated on me in the 25+ years I've owned HKs. Walter makes a few guns with a similar release.
Here are a few of them.
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