Tag: holster

That’s What She Said: UnderTech Compression Holster Fix Follow-up

That’s What She Said: UnderTech Compression Holster Fix Follow-up

| February 12, 2016 | 3 Comments

Remember this? And this? I tested the modified shorts through last week’s 8 hour Low-Light Force-On-Force class. Here’s how they conceal under clothing, keep in mind that I would normally carry an M&P Shield in these shorts, but because we use Airsoft in FOF classes I am concealing a Glock 19. *note to self, when taking […]

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That’s What She Said: Triggered

That’s What She Said: Triggered

| February 3, 2016 | 3 Comments

  After I posted my review of the UnderTech compression short holster, I had a number of friends write in with suggestions for how I could protect the trigger. There were lots of ideas for Kydex trigger guards secured with lanyards, or custom trigger guards with clips securing them to the shorts. They were great […]

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That’s What She Said: Womens Concealment Shorts from UnderTech

That’s What She Said: Womens Concealment Shorts from UnderTech

| January 13, 2016 | 5 Comments

People often ask me how I carry concealed when I’m not wearing an outfit that would support a traditional holster. The UnderTech Undercover concealment compression short seemed like the answer.  I had already looked at systems like The CrossBreed Belly Band, and The Can Can Sport Belt. Stuff like that never stays put. My body […]

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Q-Series LLC Adjustable Clip for the Stealth Minimalist Holster

Q-Series LLC Adjustable Clip for the Stealth Minimalist Holster

| October 29, 2015 | 0 Comments

I love my Q-Series LLC Stealth holster. It’s the only holster I wear now, and I’ve done a significant amount of live-fire and force-on-force training with it. We talked with Q-Series founder Gary Quesenberry about their M&P models at SHOT Show 2015 this year. I had designs to put their M&P Shield model on my […]

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That’s What She Said: Hold it Right There!

That’s What She Said: Hold it Right There!

| August 21, 2015 | 1 Comments

There are several considerations for holstering your pistol in your bag: ease of draw retention ability to position for optimal master grip upon draw ease of re-holster durability safety When we purchased the Vertyx EDC Commuter Sling bag, I researched 3 different holster options for EDC I started with the system made for the bag, […]

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Tips on How to Wear the Q-Series Stealth Glock Holster

Tips on How to Wear the Q-Series Stealth Glock Holster

| August 7, 2015 | 2 Comments

Carrying appendix is the motorcycle riding of concealed carry. It’s fast, puts you in the minority, and prompts some people to lecture you about safety. Wearing a minimalist holster like the Q-Series Stealth holster (Gen 1 review here, Gen 2 review here) puts you even further out on the fringe. Most trigger guard holsters are a pain […]

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S&W M&P Q-Series Stealth Holster Announcement SHOT Show 2015

S&W M&P Q-Series Stealth Holster Announcement SHOT Show 2015

| January 27, 2015 | 5 Comments

The Q-Series Stealth holster is my favorite holster of all time. I reviewed the first generation model in October 2014, and reviewed the much improved Gen 2 model in December. It’s my daily carry holster now, and it houses my RMR-equipped Glock G19 for 12 – 16 hours a day almost every day. I can sit, jump, […]

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Best and Worst Reviewed Products of 2014

Best and Worst Reviewed Products of 2014

| December 24, 2014 | 3 Comments

2014 was our first full year of operation. I reviewed a few things in 2013, but we did 64 reviews this year. Here are the two things I liked the most, and the two I liked the least. The best item of 2014: Generation Law Tactical folding adapter I think the Law adapter should be […]

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QSeries Stealth Generation 2 Glock Holster Review

QSeries Stealth Generation 2 Glock Holster Review

| December 3, 2014 | 7 Comments

Just a few months ago, I reviewed the Stealth Glock holster made by Q-Series LLC. I liked its low ride height, good concealment, and low profile. I had some comfort problems with the holster, and I returned the evaluation unit. Q-Series told me a 2nd generation unit was coming out. I had high hopes for the original […]

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Trijicon RMR RM07 and TSD Archangel 3 Holster Problems

Trijicon RMR RM07 and TSD Archangel 3 Holster Problems

| November 3, 2014 | 4 Comments

My journey with red dot equipped handguns has been brief. I ran a few classes with a Glock 26 and a Glock 19 this season. Even with limited experience, my groupings were tighter even though I had slower target acquisition times and occasional problems finding the dot. More troubling were the times I discovered my […]

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