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Thread: J-Frame pocket holster...What do you recommend?

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    J-Frame pocket holster...What do you recommend?

    I am looking at pocket holsters for my laser gripped S&W 442. I use to have a Kramer for my old model 49 and liked it but I am leaning toward a Mika this time around. I am wondering what else is out there to consider, so which pocket holster would you would recommend?
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    I use a Mitch Rosen for mine and have had good results

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    Iíve used this one in the past and it worked well.

    https://aholster.com/product/pocket-aholster/


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    I am digging on Bianchi’s mostly roughout leather Model 153 Pocket Piece. Not the smallest but secure in the pocket, smooth draw and fair priced. Been using for about three months.

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    I have several DeSantis Nemesis holsters for J-frames as well as my Shield and even for larger pistols that I occasionally carry in a bag.
    They are comfortable, durable, and economical.

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    Safariland Model 25. Does the job well, won't break the bank. Inside is smooth polymer, outside is a suede like material. Makes for an easy draw while the suede keeps the holster in your pocket. Also very light weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motor51 View Post
    Iíve used this one in the past and it worked well.

    https://aholster.com/product/pocket-aholster/


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    Same here. I like mine

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    I have several, to include a kydex one like the aholster posted above, but I typically use a Remora for my 340 in pocket carry (or Galco Ankle Glove for ankle).
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    This place is out of business, but these are simple enough to make and work well.

    https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/blo...ment-holsters/

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    I have used a Mika Round Cut Pocket Holster almost exclusively for the last 10+ years. Inexpensive, long lasting and 100% functional (stays in pocket on draw, remains open in pocket if re-holster desired without pulling holster out of pocket, and pliable enough to remain comfortable yet conceal the print and outline of the j-frame). Made in Wisconsin by a retired LEO who you can contact directly for questions or customization ideas.

    More information on his website: HERE
    Last edited by Mr. Clean; 06-20-19 at 14:42. Reason: spelling

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