Received very timely; I have been carrying my S&W 442 for a few days and have these observations: 1) my revolver is very loose-fitting; 2) the ammo pouch may have been incorrectly sewn since it SO TIGHT that it took me several minutes to force the ammo inside and I am concerned whether it will be quick/easy to deploy; and 3) the unit is VERY stiff and does not easily fit into my pocket..
Great holster for the S&W Shield and fits perfectly in my 5.11 BDU patrol pants with no printing on the outside. Holster stays in place and provides quick draws of the handgun. A real bargain for the price!
I bought this holster specifically for the extra pocket in which you can put a five round quick strip.
First things first, I bought this for my Ruger LCR chambered in .357 magnum. The gun took a little bit of coaxing, but it did ultimately fit in the holster. So far, so good.
My carry ammo is .38 Special +P by Sig Sauer. I put five rounds into the quick strip and tried to put it into the smaller pocket. After A LOT OF coaxing, it went in. What it didn't want to do is come out! I humored myself by putting it into my pocket with my gun in my non-dominant hand to simulate a reload. I grabbed the tab on the quick strip and gave it a tug- out came the entire holster! I tried again and the same thing happened.
In addition, this holster just isn't as sticky as the pocket holster I currently have from another maker. I could have overlooked that if the pocket were sized better.
You may have better luck than I did, but unfortunately I'm going to return mine for a refund.
Works as intended. Magazine pocket is too small for a Kahr PM9. Maybe I will work on stretching it a little, maybe not as I use my pinky and next finger on the horn part to break the gun free before a quick draw
I purchased the Pocket Roo holster for my 5 shot J-frame Smith & Wesson, and the product seems to got my needs very well.
I am right handed, and I have found that when carrying a 5 round Quickstrip reload, it works out better a LOT better for me if I place the bullet tips facing rearward in the ammo pocket. The strip end tab still clears the grips for an easy draw,...the rounds sit a little deeper in the holster pocket,...and the strip's grip tab doesn't get caught up against the inside seam of the pocket.
Love this little holster very well made fits the l c p perfect will be purchasing more of your products
Well engineered pocket holster designed to hold the revolver firmly in a front pocket, plus provide storage for a Quick Strip.
Dressed properly, it's a superior method for pocket carry for me.
I purchased this holster for a weapon system that I don't own, because they didn't offer one for the Smith and Wesson Sheild with the Streamlight TLR-6. I doesn't fit my handgun, but I suspected this would be the case. I opened it up abit with a seam ripper with the thought that I would hand sew it if need be. There was no need... It work fine. A pocket holster has 3 jobs. 1) Cover the trigger for safety. 2) Hold the firearm grip in an appropriate position for a solid hand/grip lock up. 3) Disguise the outline of the firearm inside one's pocket. This holster acheives those ends. It appears to be made well and fairly rugged. I only wish they had a tailor-made holster for my weapon system.
I really liked this quality pocket holster with the spare magazine holder built-in, but it was just too wide to fit in my pants pocket inconspicuously. Another problem was the 7-round magazine for my Colt Mustang .380 was too long for the magazine holder because it has a finger-grip extension base plate, but the 6-round mag was a good fit.
This holster is a great idea and executed very well, but for my particular application it just wasn't a good fit.