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- TUFF 2017
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- Sentinel Concepts Elite
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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 Unknown on Apr 15th 2017
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. Mark in Michigan on Apr 11th 2017
Love this little holster very well made fits the l c p perfect will be purchasing more of your products Dave R on Jan 26th 2017
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. ScottM on Jan 10th 2017
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. Unknown on Dec 5th 2016
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. Scott B. on Jul 1st 2016
Love this holster. Works great in my front pocket as well as in the cargo pocket on cargo pants/shorts. The mag holder saves me from carrying a separate one freeing up pocket space. The holster cuts the outline even in tighter pants. Great value! Adam on Jun 30th 2016
The Pocket-Roo holster is well made with quality materials. The design keeps the gun secure in the holster and the holster secure in your pocket. The spare ammunition feature is a real plus! The only improvement I can suggest is to have semi-auto pistol holsters made with a small opening in the material for the magazine release to be protected from being pressed while the firearm is in the holster. I have found this to be a problem on several of the pocket holsters I have purchased. It is frustrating for the magazine to come out of the firearm as you pull the gun from the holster! Customer service is very good!
Allan L Bunger on Jun 22nd 2016
I bought this holster on a recommendation of "Student of the Gun Radio" looking for a better way to carry a small secondary gun with out having to worry about my keys snagging the trigger, it does that very well my gun's finish is protected and the trigger is covered. It is easy to draw from my pocket in not just tactical pants but jeans as well. The customer service at helping select the right size was some of the best i have gotten in the industry Nathan on May 17th 2016
First heard of the pocket roo on "student of the gun radio", bought one for my taurus TCP (size 11). I've been pocket carrying for several years and I have finally found "the one". The purchase you can achieve while drawing the firearm is unquestionably the best with this holster. Thank you Tuff!
Brian Stock Brian on Mar 17th 2016
When it must not be seen! Unknown on Mar 3rd 2016