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5075 Jr. Roo Pocket Holster

  • Product Description

    TUFF ™ "Jr-Roo™ Holster" is proudly Made in the U.S.A. and combines the design of the original Pocket-Roo™ Holster in without the pocket.

    This design has the added bonus of limiting the extent to which the shape, as seen from the outside, doesn't look like a firearm, thus, enhancing conceal-ability. The holster has an outer surface with more friction than the inside so that drawing the gun will be unlikely to drag the holster with it allowing for a clean and fast presentation of the firearm.

    Basic Size Chart-
    Size 10 Fits J Frame 340PD LCR Gl2627 S&W Shield or similar
    Size 11 Fits LCP Kahr P380 Keltec P32 3AT Diamond Back .380 or similar
    Size 12 Fits LCP P380 Keltec P32 3AT, with Crimson Trace Laser or BodyGuard 380 with InSight laser or similar
    Size 13 Fits Kahr MK9/40 Kel Tec PF9 or similar
    Size 14 Fits Bersa 380 SSP380 or similar Size 15 Fits Be2125 Tomcat SW950 Guardian Seecamp or similar
    Size 16 Fits Taurus Judge Public Defender
    Size 17 Fits Kahr P380 Kimber Solo
    Size 18 Fits Kahr P380 with Crimson Trace Laser
    Size 19 Fits Glock 42 MK9/40 Kel Tec PF9 with Crimson Trace Laser
    NEW*** Size 43 Fits Glock 43  ** Beretta M1934
    Size 49 Fits: Ruger LC9 SR-9C, Kahr P230, CW9, CW40, P9, P40, PM9, PM40, TP9, TP40, PM45, TP45, CW45, P45, Kimber Solo PF9 Glock 19, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 32, 33, 36, 38, 39, Taurus Slim, 708, 709, 740 Sig Sauer 238, Keltec PF9 With CRIMSON TRACE LASER

    So Many Fits- Size the Size Chart in the Images above.

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    1. Good pocket holster at a good price.

      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.
      on Nov 2nd 2016

    2. jr roo review

      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 on Mar 24th 2016