I've used a pair of these for pocket carry of a S&W 640-1 for years. I'm still on my first pair, despite some wear of the textured surface. So why do I use a pair of them for one revolver? I discovered that the holster tends to mold over the cylinder and found that if I alternate holsters daily, they do not get to the point that the holster tries to follow the gun out of the pocket.
Great pocket holster and price. Sometimes an ankle or IWB holster doesn't work well with a certain style or cut of, i.e., dress pants; suit, and now I have a way to carry without notice by others. Thank you.
Had my doubts until I received it. LOVE it. doesn't pull out doesn't print. LC9 draws perfectly, better than the holster I "made do". Excellent product, thanks
Normally I believe that you get what you pay for, and this is particularly true when going from a low priced product to a mid priced product. However, this pocket holster is performing as well or better than three other pocket holsters I own for my Glock 26, all of which cost at least twice as much as this holster. It does a reasonably good job of breaking up the outline of the gun in my pocket, holds the gun upright, protects the trigger area, reliably separates from the gun when drawn, and remains open for easy reholstering. It doesn't add any more bulk than is necessary to achieve these functions. My only suggestion would be to add an anti-print panel to the outside of the holster to further break up the outline of the gun.
Holster is a tacky material that works well in cargo shorts but , I could not get it to stay in the pocket of jeans. Gun and holster would draw out of the pocket together