Originally Posted by FL Airedale
Years ago, I carried a Beretta 21 in an ankle holster. Although the holster was expensive and made by a major manufacturer, it was uncomfortable.
Between that and realizing that a .22 wasn't my first choice for a backup gun, I got rid of the Beretta and the holster.
After doing a lot of web searches on favorite ankle holsters, I bought a DeSantis Apache Ankle rig for my Glock 26.
Yesterday I wore it just a few hours. I had it on too tight and my sock wasn't tall enough to keep all of it off my skin. It wasn't bad, but it got irritating after a while.
I put it back on 13 hours ago. This time it's a bit looser and I have a taller sock. I took the Glock out only once today, for about an hour, while I was at the range.
I'm not working today. I did spend about 3 hours in the car, went shopping a Wally World and the grocery store and took my dogs for about a 1 mile walk.
This holster is starting to get uncomfortable. The fact that it was barely noticeable for about 12 hours is great!
I'm very happy with this purchase!
I have an DeSantis Apache Ankle for my 11.1 oz S&W 342 ti 38 J-Frame.
It's super comfortable and I can wear it all day easy.
The problem is I live in Tampa Florida.
And it's so damn steamy hot here most of the time.
The holster just gets to feeling hot on my leg.
I rarely us it.
Just in the winter,
but my winter is like most peoples summer.