- 1st Aid
- TUFF 2017
- Team TUFF
- Sentinel Concepts Elite
- OEM Info
It does not work with me or my Glock 36. When I have it adjusted so that the fold does not indicate that their is something behind the cell phone case, it is nearly impossible to expose and I have to reach into the pouch to grasp my gun. I have the Size 10 holster. Unknown on Jan 12th 2018
I found that if you ware an extra pouch like for a knife it shows no print. It is easy to use, but takes practice. Just don't ware tight pants, its hard to get out if you do. Unknown on Jul 6th 2017
Looking at the other reviews this apparently works for some but didn't for me. For specifics I'm 290 lbs with a 42" waist carrying a Sig P938. I tried various adjustments but could not get the gun out easily and in a timely manner. Being a larger size I wear my belt pretty snug to keep my pants up, guess I'm not very "hip" wearing them low. I adjusted the gun to sit at various depths in the holster but just couldn't get it to work. I loved the concept as I need a place to carry my phone also without the two interfering with each other so I was very hopeful. The unit seems well made so if you feel it will work for you that's great. Another note is that for a Galaxy 5 with an Otterbox the phone is a VERY tight fit in it's compartment. T Cowher on Feb 6th 2017
fits good, easy to use. clip works ok for sweat pants but could be better designed for beltless wear. good mproduct. cedric on Dec 8th 2016
my springfield xds doesnt work well with this, it fits but very unconfotable, i tried the smallest 380 glock and it i didnt feel it there, wish the phone case has had a little grip on the phone incase the top is not on to keep the phone from sliding out, bottom line needs some improving but great idea, would recomend for pocket pistols Unknown on Dec 5th 2016
Fits well below belt line for us big guys. No pressure to side or groin area. Keeps gun concealed until drawn. Unknown on Nov 21st 2016
This works perfect for my brand new glock 43. Hides in plain sight and no one is the wiser.
The CLIP was a little hard to get on at first, but grips my belt tight. exactly how it should be should the time arise when i need to get it out i know it will not be a problem.
learning how to draw from it took a little time, but like with any new holster-practice is the key.
Laurence Mason on Aug 18th 2016
I bought the smaller size and its too bulky even with a smaller Beretta 25 cal. Not comfortable to sit down with Colt .380 I got it for. Tried working with it with both guns and clip pulled off of belt one time too. Even with looser pants, it's too noticeable. I'll probably try to return it. Good idea; just not good enough. Bob O on Aug 18th 2016
Don't care for the clip. The holster works well in a state that you can't carry in. oop's did I say that out loud. M&P 9mm shield/w CT laser. Johnny O on Jan 8th 2016
bought the one sized for j frame.
i wear nylon work out gear in Florida.
The weight without belt support causes a bit of bulging.
Ended up using it for my hi standard derringer.
As colder weather sets in,
will evaluate further with different garments.
Another good option to keep for concealed versatility, vic vapor on Dec 7th 2015
Don't care for the clip. I would rather have a heavy loop or slot to fish belt through. Have had the clip come lose several times from the belt. Would like some padding between the gun side and skin. Unknown on Dec 4th 2015
The holster works well for the application I had in mind. However, it's obvious something doesn't look right with anything larger than a NAA revolver. Keith on Nov 23rd 2015
very well made, but didn't work with my big belly lol, sent it back for a full refund Glen A Hamann on Nov 21st 2015
Holster works great with good concealment. Only down side is that for the .380 LCP the holster is a little too large and the extra material creates a bulge under the phone pouch. Thus if anyone is actually looking it may look suspicious. Th metal piece that clips onto the belt is sturdy and holds the holster securely. Everyone one who has seen it likes the concept. Bob F on Nov 19th 2015