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peteG21 12-05-2008 08:49

Kholster Holster What you all think?
 
has anybody tried one yet? Not a bad price. $33.50 delivered.Lifetime warranty, 90 day satisfaction Guarantee.sounds good I placed an order waiting for delivery...http://www.kholster.com/

FuerGrissaOstDrauka 12-05-2008 08:50

Just nail a holster to a piece of drywall, it'd be cheaper.

ragu1macrider 12-05-2008 09:24

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Originally Posted by peteG21 (Post 11784825)
has anybody tried one yet? Not a bad price. $33.50 delivered.Lifetime warranty, 90 day Guarantee.
http://www.kholster.com/

What's the difference between the "Lifetime Warranty" and the "90 day Gaurantee"?

peteG21 12-05-2008 09:58

I believe is 90 day satisfaction guaranteed...

peteG21 12-16-2008 06:22

I got my new holster from Kholster on friday I wore it all weekend...wow very surprised with the quality of the holster its outstanding,the kydex part hugged my G21 perfectly retention was perfect reholstering was smooth...the leather was very clean cut smooth on one side (kidex side) the other side was a little raw like suade but a little rougher,the clips are sturdy and strong it really hugs my 1 1/2" 5.11 belt perfectly... you can adjust it in several positions I was surprised how my G21 concealed. It was very confortable to wear, it literally disapeared on my waist band, I wore it a little deep at 4:00 oclock position with no hasles. I was trying to decide between the Crossbreed or the M-tac before but I couldn justify the $80.00 price tag for a simple design.I found Kholster after doing some research its a new company and I belive they are going to give Crossbreed and M-tac some good competition.. Boy im glad I decided to go with Kholster its the best $33.50 I've ever spent...It was very confortable out of the bag It could only get better after I brake it inn...I rate it a solid A+ Im parking my Kramer #2 in horsehide for a while...Ill post pics as soon as possible... THX :cool:

keyser 12-16-2008 06:32

It looks like a knock-off of the Crossbreed at half the price. I'd imagine it would be pretty comfortable after breaking in. Seems like it would be hard to get a full hand grip on the gun quickly though if it holds tight against all that leather up there.

Scott_F 12-16-2008 06:42

Looks like it might be worth a try. I'm not sure why someone dissed it with the drywall comment.

ro42023 12-16-2008 06:51

thats a taurus millenium pro. i own a pt145

peteG21 12-16-2008 07:10

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Originally Posted by keyser (Post 11860288)
It looks like a knock-off of the Crossbreed at half the price. I'd imagine it would be pretty comfortable after breaking in. Seems like it would be hard to get a full hand grip on the gun quickly though if it holds tight against all that leather up there.

I had no problem with the grip portion of it..On the one I purchased the grip portion was a little differrent on my G21 the grip was more exposed.. That picture on their website posted must have been a prototype..Mines the leather portion on the Kydex side was very smooth and clean also the holes for the clips adjusting was much cleaner..Ill post pics soon,I will also post a discount code I got from them you can all use for ordering. :cool:

peteG21 12-19-2008 05:57

Here are some pics of my new Kholster IWB with my G21...I had to use my phone for the pics I lost my usb cable for my digital camera sorry...Check out them love handles!

peteG21 12-19-2008 06:13

Im still playing with the different adjusting positions so Im still trying to find that perfect kant, holstering and reholstering its very smooth Ive been wearing it for a week now and no issues.I'm glad I went with Kholster I almost dropped $80.00 on a M-tac my friend has one and after trying out my Kholster he ordered one for his Springfield 1911. :cool:

allcd88 12-19-2008 22:40

From the pictures on the web, it looks like you wouldn't be able to get a full grip on your handgun due to the kydex rolling out or being too high above the trigger guard.

tonerguy 12-20-2008 02:07

Quote:

Originally Posted by keyser (Post 11860288)
It looks like a knock-off of the Crossbreed at half the price. I'd imagine it would be pretty comfortable after breaking in. Seems like it would be hard to get a full hand grip on the gun quickly though if it holds tight against all that leather up there.

Just another in the chain of knock-offs. The Crossbreed wasn't created from an idea that occurred one day in the shower, either.

Gee, I wonder who was first with a hybrid IWB holster?

Who knows the answer?

Oh, yeah! "The Answer."

Still made with the best leather money can buy, and worth every penny.

Oh, well, those who know, know that already.

Merry Christmas from Tucker Gunleather.

peteG21 12-20-2008 12:21

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Originally Posted by allcd88 (Post 11887629)
From the pictures on the web, it looks like you wouldn't be able to get a full grip on your handgun due to the kydex rolling out or being too high above the trigger guard.

the leather its against your skin like a second skin effect I can draw and reholster it with no issues the leather doesnt get in the way at all and If you dont like it you can always trim it at your liking...hey for $33.50 delivered Im very happy with it.. I have been wearing it every day now and its very confortable with my G21 in it.:cool:

mr.scott 01-28-2009 19:12

I have one for my XD 40 and was going to order one for my glock 23, but an unknown source that isn't happy to have competition is trying to shut kholster down. :(
For someone to be able to patent a holster and enforce it is amazing. I guess they beat the bigger guys to the punch but don't want to go after them because the likes of Galco has a much larger legal department.
I hope Kholster pulls through as I won't spend the outrageous prices for the Tucker Gun Leather or Comp-Tac Minotaurs.

tonerguy 01-28-2009 22:15

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Originally Posted by mr.scott (Post 12178127)
I have one for my XD 40 and was going to order one for my glock 23, but an unknown source that isn't happy to have competition is trying to shut kholster down. :(
For someone to be able to patent a holster and enforce it is amazing. I guess they beat the bigger guys to the punch but don't want to go after them because the likes of Galco has a much larger legal department.
I hope Kholster pulls through as I won't spend the outrageous prices for the Tucker Gun Leather or Comp-Tac Minotaurs.

Interesting point of view. We're not involved in trying to shut Kholster down. I didn't try to shut Crossbreed or Minotaur down either. We have plenty of business and people do want holsters at different price points and quality levels. No harm, no foul.

Jaxco 04-11-2009 10:54

KHolster all the way.... I would never have worn an IWB holster without this fine holster at such a reasonable price.

JimK 04-11-2009 19:49

Pete , did you trim that leather on the Kholster? The holster on the websight is like a round shape .

TJS 05-23-2009 08:29

Are the clips metal or kydex? Did you ever find them slipping off the belt?

Fly-n-hi 05-23-2009 10:38

I got a Kholster for my M&P .45 fullsize. I trimmed down the leather so that I could get my hand around the grip. The leather will hamper your draw if you don't.

The clips are metal and you can tuck in your shirt while wearing it.

Great holster for the price.

hcsaturnguy 05-23-2009 11:51

Kholster
 
I ordered a Kholster for my G27 on Friday night and recieved it on Wednesday or Thursday of the next week. So far it is really great. When I first got it, I did very little adjusting to the clips, then strapped it on and waited for my wife to get home. We made dinner, cleaned up, and sat together on the couch for about 30 minutes before I told her that I had it on, and she said that she never noticed. Pretty good seeing as I'm only 5'10" and 150lbs. It seems to work equally well with jeans and t-shirt as it does with dress pants and tucked in shirt and tie. Overall, excellent quality so far. Couldn't be happier.

IHTFP 05-24-2009 09:38

Wearing one right now for a g30. Great holster for $35

isis07734 05-24-2009 12:29

Cant knock it, never tried it... but cmon... why would anyone? Just get a Comptac if thats the style you want.

smrkdown 05-24-2009 12:39

It seems that most every KHolster owner has had to modify their KHolster in some way. This tells me that the design still has some kinks that need to be worked out. The CrossBreed SuperTuck looks like a more mature design. The only modifications that are typically made are trimming leather for a combat grip because the owner didn't purchase that option initially or changing out clips. A holster is something that you're going to be wearing for years. Spend a little money, and get something worth wearing.

INSPGAD 07-10-2009 23:54

kHOLSTER
 
Well I personally Like my Crossbreed Supertuck holsters have two of them but I ordered the KHolster for my 1911 and I like the xtra leather as I can wear it with out a t shirt and the leather protects my side from the grip of my 1911 it fits great and I use it everyday Use mt supertuck for church LOL
:supergrin:


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