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|1 of 1 people found the following review helpful|
||Has Some Drawbacks - 4/13/2010|
|I purchased this one and the next model below without Roto feature(belt models). I then returned this one and traded for another stationary model because it has some important drawbacks.
First off, it fits the Glock very nicely. The retention mechanism holds on the pistol a little tight. I had to loosen retention setting pretty loose, but it still holds the pistol well. Very quickly becomes unnoticeable on the stationary model, but on this model it is quite a liability. A very stout belt is mandatory and does not completely compensate for the stability of the rig itself. A large reason for the instability is it offsets away from my hip another 3/16" to 1/4" to accommodate the Roto feature. And in fact, the barrel points into my thigh 5-10 degrees rather than pointing straight down. Furthermore the stock of the pistol is awkwardly far out from my side. This would terrible for conceal carry unless you have a very blousy jacket.
When presenting from the holster, pulling the weapon straight up produces an extra bind as your (good solid) belt and the entire holster yank up out of position.
The only time I would personally consider this holster over the stationary Fobus model below is that this may be good for a woman that is hippie but has a small waist, as it would maintain the pistol fairly straight up and down. Though the pulling bind may be reduced, there may still be inherent instability. If this were the case I would buy and try both at the same time, then return one. It won’t take you but a few minutes to know for sure.|
|0 of 0 people found the following review helpful|
||glock holster - 12/28/2008|
|great holster if you like to change cant angle i priced this holster at my local gun store they wanted $39.99. im very happy with this product.|