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  • Writer's pictureKeith Bailey

I Ranked The Most Comfortable Concealed Carry Holsters In 2024

A lot of people have asked me if the best gun holster is actually comfortable (and affordable). So here's my personal ranking, along with hands-on reviews.

most comfortable concealed carry holsters

FYI, Prices and ratings are accurate as of time of writing.


1. ComfortTac - Ultimate Belly Band Holster for Concealed Carry


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Highlight: Compatible with popular handguns by Glock, Smith and Wesson, Sig Sauer, Ruger, Kahr, Beretta, Springfield, Taurus, Kimber, Rock Island, Bersa, Kel Tec, Walther, and more.

Helpful review: "Before I got this one, I purchased a holster to put on the inside of my pants so I can carry. The holster I bought was well made, super light, cost me about $80 ,fit nice on the small of my back. But no matter what, it was impossible 'NOT to know' it was there.
My pants would constantly need to be pulled up. I couldn't wear shirts that could possibly ride up. Sitting down in my car was the most uncomfortable thing with my gun jabbing my spine. I was always concerned it was visible. And on top of that, most of my jeans are a tight fit, so you could always see a weird, rather unattractive lump right above my butt.
Also, there's no way in heck that you can put a clip on sweats and hope it doesn't involuntarily pull your pants down! I couldn't take 3 steps without getting pantsed by my own gun.
My husband started nagging me about never bringing my Glock anywhere "what's the point of even buying you one?" Fair enough! I decided to try to find something different. I came across this belly band thing and I honestly love it. Now I can sit in the car/ drive and not feel anything jab at me.
I can throw it on with sweats, jeans, etc... and not worry about having to pull my pants up every 3 seconds. I've only had it a few days, but I have comfortably worn it from morning to night every day so far.
I'll be honest, I'm not only packing a Glock but a few extra quarantine lbs as well. I'm about a size 4 but probably 6 right now. This band can go much thinner and much wider than what I tighten it to.
Also, most of my shirts are fairly baggy/loose to hide my drown-the-sorrows-in-ice-cream-gut so I can't speak on what it looks like with a cute tight tank top, but if you wear anything that's not skin tight, you should be able to get away with no one knowing what's *really* under your shirt.
I am able to wear this band all day every day. I have zero soreness, rubbing, rash, sweat, etc. I can run around and keep up with the kids and the dog and not feel burdened at all. If you're looking for a decent concealed holster, honestly this is a pretty darn good buy.
I don't write many reviews nowadays, but this product met and highly exceeded my expectations and if you're struggling to always carry with you, this is definitely the solution. I would (and will) recommend this band to friends." — Victoria G.

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2. Concealment Express - IWB KYDEX Holster


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Highlight: Easily adjustable retention pressure and carry angle.

Helpful review: "When the holster came, I tried and it was not happening. It may work for someone who wears their pants up really high, but not for me, so I tried a number of other options. A belly band, buying my own kydex, reading, watching videos etc.
Everyone I heard blamed the affordability of the holster, but there is no way I am paying $100 bucks to holster a $280 gun. The end result was that this holster looked a lot like what I was trying to make, but did not do what I wanted it to do. So, with a few minor adjustments, I modified this thing into the most comfortable AIWB holster I have ever worn.
I can sit and stand without it digging in anywhere, I can bend over and tie my shoes without crying, and I can comfortably wear just a t-shirt without it printing, and for the first time in my ccw life, I actually forgot I had the thing on me.
So, if you're like me and you like the price, and can use a drill, and are willing to do just 10 minutes of work on this thing to make it stand up to any other holster on the market, here's what you need to do:
1. I drilled some more holes for the belt clip. In fact, I just took the drill and made a long vertical groove, so that I can loosen and move the belt clip as far down toward the barrel of the gun as possible without scratching the slide of the gun with the screw backings. If you are wanting to carry Appendix, this is the first and possibly the only mod you might have to make on this product. However, I wanted the best, so I kept going.
2. Switch out the rubber insert that adjusts the trigger retention with one of the inserts on the belt clip. Many people on the forums say you need to tighten down the trigger retention anyways. I like my retention pretty tight, and if you add the thick rubber insert to the correct screw, it will push the butt of the gun just slightly towards your body, reducing printing.
3. take some sandpaper (or a belt sander) and sand down the excess kydex that is just off of the front sight. If you are going to carry appendix, any and all pointy things have potential for discomfort. Also, sanding down all of the edges just a little bit, goes a long way with this holster.
4. take a bit of kydex, or aluminum, or whatever and make yourself a raven's claw. This is simply a small curved part of kydex or whatever that will push against the inside of your belt and keep the butt of the gun close to your body. I mention this one last because it is very much a personal preference thing. Where I find it comfortable, and helping with concealment, means others would disagree. If you do this, just drill a hole so that it can be attached to the trigger retention screw.
So why 5 stars if I have to do all of this stuff? Because of the price and because all of this stuff is super easy to do! get off your keister and do it! Thanks for reading!" — Shawn Baumgartner

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3. Hidden Hybrid Holsters - Leather-Kydex Holster


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Highlight: Amish leather backer from a community down the street; Kydex shell for retention; fits popular lights and lasers.

Helpful review: "I recently had the opportunity to look at three handgun holsters for concealed carry made by Hidden Hybrid Holsters.
- The first was for the always faithful traditional 1911.
- Second, I looked at a model that can either be worn inside the waistband or outside the waistband (I carried a Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 9mm).
- Third option was for a small of the back carry for my Ruger LC9s.
Something I really appreciate about these hybrid holsters is they have this wonderful Amish leather backing on them. The leather is stiff enough that when paired with its other half of Kydex the holster is stiff and carries the firearm securely. But the leather up against the body is soft enough to allow for an all day carry without rubbing or irritating the skin when pressed up against the body.
Over the years I have stayed away from Inside the waistband carry because I always find the leather to be bulky and uncomfortable. Straight kydex holsters - I just have never liked how they feel pressed up against my body and have always felt the need to wear an undershirt tucked in behind the kydex holster. These hybrid holsters solve both of those issues for me.
I love how the holster is made specifically for you and to your preferences. Things like what hand draw you are, lights or lasers mounted on the handgun (and even little things such as ambidextrous safety you may have added OR different sights installed) are all factored into the production. Then there is the array of different colored Kydex shells, black or brown leather, and even different clip options are available.
The Inside/Outside the waistband carry holster felt great carried each way. I found wearing this holster inside the waist was the most comfortable. It took a minute or two to figure out where to position the holster, but once I found that spot it was as if this holster wasn’t even there. I had this on for 6 hours or so hunting and it didn’t bother me one bit.
The Outside waistband holster for 1911 was great. I love how with the outside the waistband specific holster it gives you a nice ride height for the handgun and puts it in a great position to draw. This was my first ever experience with a small of the back carry configuration and I liked it. It does take a little getting used to as far as drawing the handgun and re-holstering, but the carry position was very comfortable. With your knuckles against your back your hand will just run right between your back and the grip putting you in a great draw position without having to search for it.
All these holsters offer a great full grip when you go to draw your handgun which is certainly important.
The customer service and the interaction with the folks over there at Hidden Hybrid was wonderful as well. The response time answering emails and phone calls was fast, informative, and friendly. The actual production and shipping of the holsters was fast as well, and for the production and shipping there were constant updates as to the status of the order.
Of these three holsters the most expensive is just around $110. In the past I’ve spent double that or more for a custom holster – and had less options and nowhere near the wonderful customer service." — David P. McGillivray

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4. Nehostertfy - Tactical Drop Leg Holster


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Highlight: Fully adjustable; fits 19-27” of thigh circumference.

Helpful review: "Overall this is an excellent holster for non life threatening activity like range shooting, airsoft, costuming, firearm storage, or even just light use for a secondary weapon. I wouldn't use it for competition though.
If you are into it for more than just the tacticool factor, it's not horrible. You just need that it is not designed to quick draw from or to be used as a retention holster for your main weapon. It is simply a storage solution for an extra pistol. Again. Make no mistake. This holster SHOULD NOT be used in any duty or life/safety capacity on a regular basis. The Velcro simply isn't strong enough to afford proper retention and the material itself will not stand up to rolling around on the pavement with someone more than once. But if you are in that capacity, you probably know that already just by the price.
The holster is universal and uses Velcro to stick the different pieces together which allows you to fit it to just about any handgun. I adjusted it to my P226 and it fit just fine. I imagine you could even fit it to a Desert Eagle if you really wanted to.
I bought it so I could have a cheap way to carry a a pistol as a backup to my rifle in the event I need to break out the guns to fight off roving bands of post apocalyptic coronavirus raiders or mobs or post election rioting zombies.
In all seriousness, this is a good holster for a good price and you are getting s good value as long as you understand what it is actually designed for." — Adam Clark

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5. Relentless Tactical - The Defender Leather IWB Holster


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Highlight: For S&W M&P Shield, Glock, Springfield XD & XDS, and all similar sized handguns.

Helpful review: "I'll admit that I was skeptical when I first pulled this out of the package and then tried to insert my EDC into it. It was VERY tight. My pistol wouldn't even go in it all the way. In fact, I almost considered returning it immediately. But the thing about leather is that is very much a natural material and it will break in over time. Plus, this thing has been sitting in a warehouse for who knows how long and then loaded onto various trucks for delivery when it's not exactly hot outside so, yes, it's bound to be a little rigid. The leather is top notch, as well as the stitching. Should last a very long time. The belt clip seems sturdy and well made.
Anyway, it cannot replace kydex, but it is a great holster to augment your options. so I say buy it!
PROS:
- Fits the G-19 well (except muzzle protrudes out of bottom just a bit).
- Leather quality is fantastic
- Price is amazing: this is an incredible value purchase
- Stitch-work is professional.
- Clip holds well if you have a stiff, leather carry belt.
- There is a hole in the bottom that allows the holster to work with different size guns <- this is a pro AND a con
- The leather grips the G-19 very very well
- Leather against your skin feels better than kydex, except for the rim (see below)
- Leaving it in a hot car and then putting it on doesn't burn your skin like kydex
CONS:
- The M&P shield 9mm & .40 go into the leather so far and the leather has a portion that sticks out so drawing with the shield is iffy (-1/2 star).
- The leather makes the total thickness of the gun + leather on both sides thicker than kydex.
- There is leather reinforcement double rim around the whole top that, when new, has a seam that rubs a bit against your skin; I suspect that this will get better over time (-1/2 star for now). I'll move it back up a bit if this improves.
- It does fit many sizes, but if you use it for a G19, then it sizes itself for the wider G19 slide and does't fit slimmer profiles like the S&W 9mm Shield as well.
- Getting a soaking (falling in the creek in the wilderness) will affect this holster more than kydex, as well as the grip when it is wet.
- There is a break in period that you don't have with kydex
- It doesn't have much protection for the handle, so if you have a rough handle, the handle will rub on your skin and not be protected by leather.
- It is not closed in the bottom: this means that something can push on the muzzle/barrel of your gun and cause it to ride up or loosen up in the holster. <- This lost half a star
So all in all, I'm really happy with my purchase. I'll probably end up using this holster more than my Kydex one just because of the comfort factor. But, my environment, current weather conditions and clothing choices for a particular day would all play into that decision as well." — Larry D.

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6. AIKATE - Deep Concealment Shoulder/Underarm Holster


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Highlight: Great for men and women, and available in two sizes.

Helpful review: "I've been wearing shoulder rigs for a long time, including a long career in the Army carrying 1911's and M9's. For the price I knew what this was going to be when I ordered it, and it was exactly as expected so I cannot complain about it. I ordered it to carry a G19 around my back property. And I am giving it four stars because it does get the job done. But I am taking away one star for the following reasons.
First the bad, then the good, then final thoughts.
THE BAD:
- It works but it is a pain to get on without it being twisted up.
- Material is not great.
- Rides up a little too high under the shoulder.
THE GOOD:
-Stretch material
- The Velcro is good quality, not the cheap stuff so it does hold
- Price
MY FINAL THOUGHTS:
I used to own a gun shop and am an FFL holder. I sold far more in ammo and accessories than I ever sold in guns. This is not a quality shoulder rig but it does work. Look at the price. Had something like this been available when I was a dealer I would have carried it as a cheap option. I had plenty of customers who wanted shoulder rigs but couldn't afford them.
This would have been a good, cheap option for someone that just wanted to shoulder carry around their property or something similar.
Reviewing with some months experience with this holster, and giving it a fair review considering the cheap price, it is deserving of a four star rating. And I would say "go for it" for someone that wanted a shoulder rig but did not have the funds for something more expensive." — Greg Linden

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7. LPV - Ankle Holster for Concealed Carry


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Highlight: Lifetime warranty.

Helpful review: "This is exactly what I was looking for! After spending $75 for a big name ankle holster that just didn't fit well and was very uncomfortable, I decided to take a chance on this one. So far, I could not be happier! It fits like a glove, holds my weapon and an extra magazine very comfortably, does not print AT ALL, and most importantly does NOT fall down! Granted, so far I have only carried my LCP .380, but as soon as I get used to it a little more, I am going to switch to my Sig P938 9mm (which I have already "test fitted, and it was perfect too!) I think the extra strap/buckle that goes around the top of the calf is the key to keeping everything in place, and I spend 8-10 hours a day on my feet, walking very briskly! I highly recommend this ankle holster!" — Kevin M. Dennis
Trending review: "I have worn ankle holsters before, but after awhile the upper hook and loop (or whatever it's called) becomes unstable and I find my weapon drifting toward my ankle. Not good. I had even resorted to reinforcing the top strap with duct tape so it wouldn't come apart. With this new holster, that simple nylon strap makes all the difference. It's comfortable to begin with, and having the confidence that it won't be sliding down my leg makes it so much better. I work in a hot, humid climate so after a couple of weeks testing the one I bought, I got two more for when I have to wash the sweat-filled ones." — W. Miller
Reassuring review: "After an attempted break-in with me inside my home, I looked at holsters. I am a senior female. The shoulder holster I got is more uncomfortable for many reasons. I then tried this ankle holster. It is just the best. Absolute comfort. I forget it is on my leg, it is that good a fit. I wear a lot of maxi skirts and dresses. I wear this holster on my right leg. It is easily accessible. I have a Walter PDP F-series for smaller hands. My gun fits nicely in this holster. There is a space for gun and magazine. Stretch strap snaps over the pistol grip. The holster attaches in two places on my leg... just under my knee and just above my ankle. Great holster." — NH Girl
Most-discussed review: "Fits a Sig P938 and extra magazine very well. I like that it has a retention strap/button as I only carry "condition 1" on 1911's and guns like the 938 which are meant to be carried cocked and locked. If I were carrying on my waist, that wouldn't matter to me, but since this is getting jarred around on my ankle, that gives me a bit more peace of mind using a universal holster like this one. It can be just a tad finicky when tightening the velcro straps, especially the top, as too tight and you're going to cut the circulation off to everything below the knee. Too loose and, well, you'll have other obvious problems. To be fair, the velcro is thick and feels substantial, so once you find the right level of tightness, you barely know it's there. Print is minimal but, again, I'm carrying a 938 in it. Try carrying a full-size 1911 and there will probably be problems." — Y.K.
Updated review: "I carry my Sig P365x in this holster. It holds it well. My only complaint is the top strap doesn't fit well around my larger calves. The strap with the ladder buckle goes around and holds, but the actual padding part does not go all the way around my leg on the upper part. The bottom main part fits perfectly though. Even with this, I don't have any issues of a loose feeling with the actual gun or any slippage. Great for concealed carry when a traditional hip holster won't do the trick." — T. Bower

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8. Concealment Express - IWB KYDEX Holster


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Highlight: Integrated full sweat shield.

Helpful review: "Really nice holster! I had recently got a Smith & Wesson Shield 9mm for concealed carry and wanted a comfortable IWB holster for it. I purchased a hybrid 2-clip holster but thought it was a bit big for such a small pistol. I wanted something easier to just tuck & go and also have the option to wear it in different positions which the hybrid did not offer.
Also, I didn't want leather because I live in AZ and sweat most of the year... the Kydex is the way to go for an exact fit and to keep your gun protected from moisture.
Based on the great feedback of this holster I thought I'd give it a try, and I'm glad I did! My M&P Shield *snaps* into it like it is part of the pistol itself - giving a nice loud CLICK. No wiggling at all and it passed the shake upside down test without coming loose, yet it draws easily.
The retention is adjustable too if you need it.
It is very comfortable in the waistband and can be moved wherever you like, which is perfect for me because sometimes I like to carry at 5 'o clock & sometimes kidney on either side. The clip is beefy and wide with a good strong grab and its cant is slightly adjustable - but I feel the 15º it comes set at is just fine. I chose the carbon fiber version because I'm a sucker for CF car parts and it looks awesome on this holster!
My only gripe... I had seen some others' reviews saying that the holster edge covers the mag release button - mine does not. Probably not a huge deal but I kinda wished it did so the button doesn't get depressed accidentally.
I will wear the holster for a while & report back on that. I've included some crude phone pics to show this, and the overall fit & look of the product.
I still highly recommend it so if you're on the fence like I was, just get it. Great holster for the money and it got here fast!" — Ryan DeSalvo

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9. UAMAL - 9mm Gun Holster


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Highlight: Fits popular handguns by Glock, Ruger, Taurus, S&W, Walther, Springfield, Sig Sauer, Beratta, SCCY, and similar ones.

Helpful review: "I almost passed this up because of the price. I figured it was too cheap to be good, but I took the chance and bought this anyway. It didn't fit my Stoeger Str9 without snipping a few stiches, but it held together and works perfectly now. The optional straps are a great addition and I like that I can swap the belt clip to either side with ease. It's made of thick, durable material and won't be ripping or wearing out on you anytime soon. You're not going to do much better for 10 bucks, so I'd definitely recommend this to anyone who needs a good holster." — A.S.
Trending review: "I bought this holster for my Poly80 G19 to use while I saved up for a custom Kydex holster. I didn't expect much from this, just because of the super low price. I was extremely impressed with the overall quality and how well it fit the gun. After carefully snipping the tiny stitches, this holster fit my Poly80 like a glove. There were two sizes of the snap strap in the package, and the longer one is the perfect size for the Poly80. One thing to keep in mind is that your gun won't fit into this holster if you have any attachments on it like a laser, RMR, or flashlight. Overall, this is a surprisingly good universal holster that I would definitely recommend for anyone who needs something fast, or who doesn't want to pay the high prices for custom Kydex." — SmokinYoda
Reassuring review: "This holster really does its job. Fits my Glock 43x very snug to my body. It seems very well made and sturdy and it is comfortable to wear. It is also versatile as it is made for both left and right handed carry. Easy to adjust. For the price you cannot go wrong with this holster. It is made for smaller conceal carry firearms tho so make sure you size correctly. If you do I am sure you will add this to your EDC kit!" — Joey Ching
Most-discussed review: "I am taking a basic firearm training class. One of the requirements, if you bring your own gun, is that it be in a holster. This way the trigger and the safety are inaccessible. Of course another requirement is that it is unloaded. This holster fits my Taurus G3 beautifully. I did have to cut the stitches out but it was one little snip and done. It's a snug fit, the canvas material seems sturdy enough, and the price was excellent. I don't intend to ever wear it as a holster as I keep my gun only at home. But as a protective cover it is great." — James G.
Updated review: "This is a great quality holster. I purchased it as a gift for my father and he loves it! When he tried it on, it looked like it fit perfectly on his pants/belt. It’s a very concealed holster so it can be held discreetly on your body. It’s about as light as a phone case, so you don’t have to worry about it weighing you down. Also, from what I've seen, it is an adjustable holster which can fit multiple types of pistols! Overall, it’s a great choice of Gun Holsters!" — Joseph

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10. Pole.Craft - Glock 19 IWB Kydex Holster


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Highlight: Tailored for all popular Glock handguns.

Helpful review: "I have spent a lot more money on "higher end" holsters and they sit on a shelf collecting dust. I have worn this since the day it arrived. For appendix carry, the word comfortable doesn't really apply. However the work concealable is very important. This holster is that EXACTLY, concealable. The overall depth of the firearm is lower and easier to conceal. The "High End" ones I have purchased sit higher above the waist line, and unless you have washboard abs they press the gun out." — Richard R.
Trending review: "Never owned a holster before, so I was really in lack of knowledge on what would be good to buy. Gave this holster a try and what I can say is it feels sturdy and strong, holds well and tight and isn't irritating to wear. There really isn't anything negative say though I don't have much experience to reference I'd say it's a worthy buy." — David Dellone
Reassuring review: "I got this IWB for my Glock 19X. This is by far the most comfortable IWB I have ever owned, including my Galco leathers. I set my draw tension to fit me. The pistol is held firmly and I don't worry about it falling out, even while riding my motorcycle. The only thing I've found that is a negative is that it does leave light marks on the right side of my slide, they wipe off with just a dry rag, it is kydex so I get it." — Brent E.
Most-discussed review: "Needed a solid no frills IWB Holster. Thought I would give The Pole-Craft Brand a try. Priced very decent, Kydex quality, fitment looks & functions good for me. I have been wearing the system with no issues. My Gen4 Glock 19 has good "snap-in" lock fitment and function when entering and exiting of the Pole-Craft IWB Holster. The Kydex fit/ form, has a portion which is crafted around the mag release which I like. Mag release button is not exposed to being pushed by accident. You can also adjust "Cant-Position" too. All-in-all great product!" — A.C. Smith
Updated review: "The amount of force it takes to draw is at a perfect middle ground -- good tolerances are a requirement for a holster lacking retention & this meets it. Handgun will/can only be withdrawn from the holster if a person (preferably the one carrying it) is deliberately trying to withdraw it, and it can be drawn in a single swift movement. But also, it's tight enough that there's 0 risk of the handgun ever falling out, no matter if you're running or doing jumping jacks or whatnot. Longevity-wise, I bought this 18 months ago and everything about it is still like it was from the factory; nothing's loosened, broke, nor has the draw changed at all." — John H.

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11. Gun & Flower - Taurus G2C / G3C Holster


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Highlight: This G2C Taurus holster is tailor-made and also compatible with Taurus G3C, PT111 Millennium G2, and PT140.

Helpful review: "Don’t bother wasting your money on other holsters that cost like $50+ . This holster here was everything I needed. Fits perfectly fine on my jeans (even my sweats pants). The holster comfortably fits my Taurus G3 beautifully. Lastly, I like how you hear a click when you insert the gun inside the holster letting you know the gun is nice and secured. You won’t regret it!" — Ariel Levin
Trending review: "This holster, with a mod wing also purchased on Amazon, is not only cheaper than my Harry’s holster; but is much easier to use. This was very important to me, as this is my wife’s holster; and the ease of clipping and unclipping to her pants has helped promote her carrying as often as possible. Range of motion in the clip mount was sufficient to allow for comfort when seated. I did have to drill another hole to mount the mod wing; but this was expected, as there are no standards for retention screw bolt patterns between holster manufacturers. Adjustability on the retention screws was more than adequate. The clip holds well over a belt, decent without a belt. Harry’s metal clip is much tighter without a belt; but it is a bear to clip onto my jeans." — Daniel Carter
Reassuring review: "I have multiple holsters for each firearm that i have. This was a Let's see if it's really worth it buy. The only difference i see in this holster and that of a 60-100 dollar holster is that this one doesn't have a fancy brand logo or signature shape of a brand. Its simple. Its priced very well. So well actually makes you wonder why the USA made ones cant lower their prices and just are capitalizing on the "Made in the USA" saying. Pros: Thin, adjustable, smooth, No snag points, Price. Cons: not really any. Overall: You have nothing to lose except the pride of not buying American made. This holster just became my new carry holster." — Derick Snyder
Most-discussed review: "Wow just got my holster, it is outstanding!!! Perfect fit, and Im a big guy. The holster has the right retention even wearing jogging pants the release was perfect and stayed attached on my pants even after drawing my weapon. Expected the holster to pull out, at least half way, but no it stayed in place. Great buy! Making me rethink my other holster order, the expensive one that I ordered 6 days ago that I still haven't received (while this holster got here within hours). Great job Gun Flower!! Will buy more from this company." — Ski Hammer
Favorite review: "I bought this for my Taurus G2C wondering if I should spend twice as much or try this one. I am glad I chose this one. This thing works perfect for me. I actually use it in my right pocket. With a little adjustment and experimentation, the clip holds strongly enough that when I pull my pistol out, the holster stays firmly in my pocket. I should say that they I wear denim shorts or trousers and haven't tried it my my thinner pants. I am thinking of buying one of these for My Sig P320 but I worry about Kydex in general, and the wear on the finish of a more expensive gun." — Jim Graves
Updated review: "Happy customer. My holster arrived a day early. Fits my Taurus PT140 Pro Millennium perfect right out of the package. I didn’t have to make any adjustments. Built sturdy and very comfortable. I appendix carry so it’s hard to find a comfortable holster. The clip seems sturdy and the holster covers all of the trigger. There’s also some retention. If you need to tighten it up it uses a Phillips screw driver. The price was better than any price I could find online. All around I’m a happy customer and this was a great purchase. Great product 👍🏽" — CB Graphics

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