Uncle Mike's Off-Duty and Concealment Kodra Nylon Ankle Holster
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- Kodra nylon holster conceals small and medium firearms, even some compact large frame autos inside pant leg
- Soft knit fabric is comfortable enough to be worn right against skin; closed cell foam acts as a moisture barrier and padding for comfort
- Nylon web retention strap with reinforced thumb break
- Cinch-down design with Hook & Loop adjustment
- Right hand model works inside left leg; left hand model is for inside right leg
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Super concealable, super comfortable Cordura nylon holster hides small and medium guns; even compact large frame autos inside pant leg. Wraparound design snugs holster strap around ankle; soft knit fabric lies next to skin. Cinch-down design with Velcro adjustment; removable calf strap Velcro-adjustable. Right hand model for inside of left leg. Nylon web retention strap with reinforced thumb break. Size Chart0 - 2-3-Inch Barrel Small/Medium Double Action Revolver (except 2-Inch 5-shot)1 - 3-4-Inch Barrel
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First up was the UTG Concealed Ankle Holster. This was cheap the whole way through. Cheap material, cheap construction, the calf strap was only about 8" long, threads hanging off, you name it. Did not secure the weapon well enough, and the holster material was essentially a thick spandex. I'll stop short of calling it garbage, but there is no way I would ever use this to carry and it was no kidding a $20 holster. This was sent back.
Next was Fobus. Fit and finish, the Fobus was tops of the 3 by far. Really nice materials and it felt great against my leg. You could tell this was a well made holster well aligned with the price point, it was just not secure enough for me. It was just one velcro strap that secured it to the ankle, and although it was a large strap and never really moved on me the butt of the gun did not seem as secure and it printed the worst out of all 3. Gun fit very snug in the holster though, never once did I feel it needed a strap to secure it. As others have mentioned, this is not a quick draw holster (most ankle holsters are not) as it took both hands to remove the weapon from the holster (one to hold the holster and one to remove the weapon). Great product, just not right for me.
Lastly was the Uncle Mike's holster. The materials are not high end like the Fobus, but still very robust and of good quality. The calf strap on this holster was very adjustable, I'm able to get it up by my knee if needed. The weapon fits very snug in the holster and the hammer strap is adjustable as well. The hammer strap and the calf strap are completely moveable to different areas of the holster as the entire side of it is velcro to allow for a customizable configuration. I actually have the calf strap go on the outside of the gun to suck it in tighter to my calf and reduce the amount that it prints. This makes it a bit more difficult to draw it when needed, but again this is not a quick draw holster and I wanted something that would secure the weapon very well and not be detectable. You can see in the photos how I configured my holster to meet that need with the calf strap on the gun.
Holster is very comfortable and secure, which allows me to feel comfortable and confident while wearing it. I was wearing only for the second time and purchased a bunch of furniture from Costco and while loading was jumping in and out of the back of my truck. Never once did it move or get loose after all of that activity and sweating.
Overall, another great product from Uncle Mike's. Very happy with the holster and it has served me well so far with no signs of any issues.
I am not a small person at 6'4" 250lbs and the calf strap just barely fits me. I have to pull the elastic fairly tight to make sure that the velcro overlaps itself. The way the strap is designed, the rough side of the velcro is the side that faces your skin and the soft side faces out. So, if you don't stretch the elastic enough so that the velcro fully overlaps, you'll have some of the rough side of the velcro directly against your skin. This is very uncomfortable. In addition, the corners of the rough side of the velcro strip are very sharp and painful if they are in contact with your skin. I clipped the corners off with finger nail clippers to prevent that.
With both of the pistols I purchased the holsters for, I do get some magazine rattle when I walk. With the Walther, it's not too noticeable but with the Beretta Pico it is quite noticeable. Something to consider that usually isn't an issue with waistband carry.
As for the ankle strap itself, I wouldn't change a thing. It is really easy to position and get the tension just right on the strap. The thumb strap is easy to adjust (velcro) and stays put without any shifting. The snap on the thumb strap comes out of the package very tight but it does loosen up quickly with a little breaking in (I just watched youtube videos and snapped/unsnapped it for about 10 minutes). After a little break in, it has just the right tension to effective hold the pistol but easily unsnap for faster draw time.
Once you play with the position a little bit, you'll find the most comfortable spot to wear it. For me, it is most comfortable wearing it so that the slide is positioned behind my ankle bone, towards my heel. I find that the slide against my ankle bone is uncomfortable after a few hours. I've worn this holster for 10-12 hours a day and after the first few minutes, I forget I'm wearing it. After a long day of wearing it, the only discomfort I experience is when I remove it. The calf strap does leave an impression in my skin that takes about an hour to go away.
Long story short, I love the holster. The only thing I would change is the swapping the location of the velcro on the calf strap so that the rough side faces away from your skin and the soft side faces it. When these eventually wear out, I'll buy the same one again.