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  1. 2 years ago
    Most Confident Holster
    I've had a bunch of holsters - some have literally worn out, other's were the only one's I could find for the gun. This one was recommended to me for my Glock G22 Gen 4, a fairly large conceal I'll admit. This holster is adjustable for draw, angle and securely holds the gun without flopping around and it's tight to my body which I like. Customer service with Blackhawk is exceptional - the best holster experience ever.
    This review was originally posted to blackhawk.com.
  2. 10 months ago
    Quick Draw McGraw (Ruger SR1911)
    The COLT GOV'T 1911 format fits my RUGER SR1911 5" barrel excellent. There is not any signs of marring or wear marks on my weapon after repeated long term usage. My 1911 is stainless steel, though. I cannot comment on blued steel or anodized aluminum frame models. There is also good clearance and no rubbing for the standard front sight. A standard 5" barrel model is flush or just recessed and does not stick out the bottom, leaving the muzzle protected from being exposed or contacting anything ... read more that could mark it up. I find that pushing the release with a fully extending the trigger finger and slide your finger on release while sliding the weapon out creates a very easy smooth withdraw of weapon and trigger finger falls already fully extended on trigger guard. It is a nice one step procedure. A little practice and quick draw McGraw is in trouble. Very nice product and as for 1911 owners, you cannot go wrong with this holster. If you do not like concealment at the waist it is great for shooting events, shooting ranges or just a convenient holster. The audible click when holstering is an extra plus ensuring the weapon is secure.
    This review was originally posted to blackhawk.com.
  1. 1 year ago
    Works as intended.
    Bought this for my Taurus TCP 380. The number 2 was a bit too small for me, but the 3 or 4 works just fine for this pistol.
  2. 2 years ago
    Better than the desantis nemesis!
    I purchased a Blackhawk pocket holster size 1 two months ago to carry my Taurus tcp. I love it. I plan on getting another one, to replace the desantis nemesis, I carry my Ruger lcp in.
  1. 1 year ago
    Good Holster!
    Bought a month ago. Haven't had any problems with it so far and don't expect any in the future. Very well made!
  2. 3 years ago
    basic use
    I have more than one of these - ok for basic light usage. if you use it a lot, the plastic clip will bend so it is not a long term solution. better to buy a leather DeSantis or more expensive holster. not good for chl small frame automatics, the top flap is too large.
  1. 2 years ago
    Horrible!!!!
    Do not buy complete waste of money!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. 2 years ago
    affordable concealed carry
    Nice concealable carrier that fits well on side of jeans
  1. 1 year ago
    Birthday
    Birthday gift and he loves it. Now he feels comfortable carrying where ever he goes.
  2. 2 years ago
    Save your money
    These might be cheap but a good holster is worth spending the money. I bought one of these and it cost me a $1000 gun it broke and dropped the pistol down a canyon. Spend the money and get a high quality holster
  1. 2 years ago
    good retention
    it holds my sr1911 really well. the retaining button is easy to manipulate at the same time it holds the pistol well.
  1. 6 months ago
    Nice holster
    Fit good will use alot will buy from them again on the way to florida
  2. 9 months ago
    Decent Holster
    The holster definitely will do the job but the trigger guard retention design requires a little too much effort to pull from the holster. After using a razor blade to shave down the plastic molding to allow easier drawing it works great. I also have a Fobus holster for my .45 which works awesome which is why I originally ordered this one for my wife's revolver.
  1. 2 years ago
    best conceal holster yet!!
    great holster fit nicely inside my waist line and perfectly concealed my weapon without the "buldge " that many other holsters fail to hide
  2. 2 years ago
    Great quality
    Great product, quality construction and materials. Fit my G26 very snugly with right amount of retention. Only knock is rides a little high, at least for me.
  1. 5 months ago
    Good holster
    I got this today and it fits my G2 P111 great. I love the way it fits my gun.
  2. 2 years ago
    Great price!
    I use the large size for a S&W Sigma SD40VE. I use the medium size for a Springfield XDs9. It fits comfortably on the belt, although IWB use is not comfortable. Works great and holds pistol close on OWB applications. I love it for the simplicity. Firearm seats very low in holster and very secure. Use one for each firearm, as it does mold to your gun, and another gun will be too loose or tight if swapped.
  1. 2 years ago
    Great Holster!
    I bought this holster today for my Smith & Wesson SD40VE. I love it. It's very comfortable, very secure on my waist band, and provides a good hold on the pistol. Love it!
  2. 6 months ago
    Very Comfortable and fits like a glove
    I just received my Fobus Evolution holster today and I am well satisfied with it. It fits like a holster should fit. My S&W SD9VE was made for it. The rubber backing and the contour shape makes it the most easy to wear holster I've ever owned.
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Belt-Style Gun Holsters

Gun owners know that practicing safe gun storage and use is extremely important. With the proper gun holster from our gun holsters store, both concealed carry and open carry practices are accommodated. Recreate traditional cowboy action with Western holsters that fasten to your belt, placing your gun on the side of your waist that's opposite of your dominant hand for quick cross-draw capabilities. A paddle holster keeps your gun facing downward until it's drawn to prevent accidental misfires.

Leg, Thigh and Shoulder Gun Holsters

Whether you're a member of law enforcement, the military or just a citizen who's practicing open carry, a thigh holster is a great way to carry semiautomatic hand guns on the same level as your firing hand. Use a leg holster or ankle holster to keep your firearm concealed beneath the hem of your pants. A shoulder holster is worn under a jacket or shirt to hide your gun and can accommodate left-handed, right-handed and even ambidextrous users.

Pocket Gun Holsters

Keep your small, lightweight hand gun easily accessible with a pocket holster that lets you reach and draw your weapon within seconds, making it perfect for self-defense situations where you don't have much time to retrieve your firearm. Pocket holsters may make it obvious that you're carrying a gun, however, so consider how much concealment you need prior to purchasing.