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Generic Tactical Cross Draw Shoulder Holster--BLACK
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- Concealed design with horizontal carry right hand cross-draw holster with attached spare magazine carrier.
- Double Mag Pouch is attached to the right side so you'll never run out of ammo.
- Fully adjustable belt loops, harness and Pouch.
- Made of Ballistic Polycloth.
- *Belt Not Included*
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I want to start out by saying that the first picture of the item is inaccurate. There isn't a belt included (the other pictures don't have the belt).
The holster is VERY adjustable. I'm a big guy (6'6" 245, 46-48 inch chest) and it has a lot of room left in all the straps. The only issue I had here is that since I'm so tall the belt straps barely reach my belt when the top is properly cinched down. It took about 30 minutes of pretty constant adjustments to get it to fit just right, but this is the first time in about 3 years I've even put on a shoulder holster so your mileage may vary.
There is a button snap that holds the pistol in place. It has two female parts of the button (not sure the proper jargon here) and one male part so you can use either depending on the size of your pistol. On top of the button is a small velcro strap that acts as a secondary securing method. Within a few minutes of practice I was able to develop a quick flip motion with my firing hand to get the gun out very quickly.
For people that don't like reading a wall of text:
Has room for 3 additional magazines (thats 69 rounds on me with my PX4, pretty decent).
Pistol stays put when in the holster, even when running.
Doesn't come with a way to secure the loose straps (had to use tape after tightening them down.)
Belt straps a bit short.
Came designed for a lefty (only took a minute to switch it over).
Overall I would buy this again for myself or a friend.
I paid around $12 for this, practically free compared to Galco and Safariland prices of their rigs (Jackass runs around $140 + accessories). Why expend effort and return it when it was practically for free? Because its not even worth the space it takes up in my closet. Utter junk for daily duty. For those using it as a Halloween prop, have fun. To hold a full weight 45 cal gun, this is NOT the shoulder rig for you.
Design flaw - Thumb break on strap
Design flaw - lack of adjustable cant
Rig doesn't wear right on body and no way to get holster to ride up high just under armpit. Even when straps are on on smallest, causes cant imbalance so barrel tip points upwards behind you and the only thing holding the gun in this loose holster and not to immediately slide out onto the floor is the Velcro retention 2 button thumb break strap (2 buttons, not 1 why?)
Cheap price if use is purely as prop.
The 1 star review is in regards to the crappy product. I would like to point out that the vendor received 5 stars for fast and well packaged shipping. I also broke down and bought the Jackass rig ($140) and its true - you get what you pay for.
This holster is stiff, bulky and, not very attractive. It is, however, fun! And you can clean it up a bit: first, set it and test it (set aside some time; it's a hit and miss process trying to get a good fit; adjust a strap two inches, try it on, take it off, adjust one inch, try it on, take it off, adjust another inch; be patient because you'll probably only have to get it right once; remember to test it with an actual (unloaded) firearm).
Put your over-sized jacket on. Walk around. Look into the mirror and ask your image if "you talkin' to me?" Sit down, stand up. Shake your booty. Then, if you were in the military, you probably know how to wrap up loose-hanging straps then use some good tape to wrap it up. You'll get plenty of practice with this bargain, strap-happy holster. If you don't know how to square away hanging straps, ask your dad or grandpa or other veteran :-)
Note that I don't hate my Generic "tactical" cross draw holster. It's sure fun to have a holster like a secret agent or a movie mobster/bodyguard. A toy that can carry my firearm fairly securely (I don't like my grip facing forward; I like the grip poking upward toward my armpit and the muzzle pointed at the ground. I always worry the sidearm will slip out when held in the grip forward, barrel-toward-the-rear position.) Just keep in mind what you're getting, and if you get it for those reasons, you'll be happy. If you think this is going to be your everyday duty or self-defense holster, you're probably going to be unhappy with this purchase. Good luck!
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