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#6011091 - 11/04/15 04:44 PM Form Fitting Retention holsters by Matt
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Registered: 12/16/08
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Loc: Wolfe City, TX
I contacted East in need of a holster for my XDs 45 3.3". He did not have the mold for that pistol but said he would order one since he will need it in the future. I wear a belt every day and wanted a holster that attaches to my belt, but did not require me unthreading my belt to thread it through the holster. And I wanted the ability to secure the holster on my belt while sitting in the seat of my truck. He had a solution with clips that go between the belt and the pants and then they hook under the bottom of the belt. The holster comes with the clips mounted in screw holes with mutiple holes available to adjust cant and/ or ride height of the holster. Retention is also adjustable, and the holster arrived with the tension already just right. 

I have used this holster almost every day for the past month. It is everything I wanted it to be. It is easy to mount to my belt, it retains the pistol, and is light weight. Drawing the pistol is fast and easy. I have literally put the holster and pistol on at 8 in the morning and left it on until 8 at night. It is just that comfortable! Perfect job on the holster at a great price! I reccomend FFR holsters to anyone wanting a composite holster.

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#6011283 - 11/04/15 06:08 PM Re: Form Fitting Retention holsters by Matt [Re: FiremanJG]
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Registered: 08/27/09
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Yup. Got one of his first holsters he made, wear it everyday at work and off work. Thing is sturdy, has a slight "click" when the gun is instersted, and feels good against the body
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#6011333 - 11/04/15 06:31 PM Re: Form Fitting Retention holsters by Matt [Re: FiremanJG]
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All that and,, he can build one for your pistol light attachments also
Perfect for your nighttime carry or pig hunting gun
They draw fast and do have a cool sound
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#6011401 - 11/04/15 07:04 PM Re: Form Fitting Retention holsters by Matt [Re: FiremanJG]
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I got one to fit a Glock with a TLR-1. Carried it every day last week and love it!

Jerk could have at least autographed it for me though. grin

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#6011745 - 11/04/15 09:34 PM Re: Form Fitting Retention holsters by Matt [Re: FiremanJG]
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Yep FFR holsters are the best I have ever used. I got my first one November 2014, a paddle holster with hood for my 3inch 1911, been using it daily ever since, until recently. Contacted him a month or so back to make me a paddle holster for my Sig 938. He talked me into using the Warfytr clips instead of a paddle. I am super impressed with the holster set up. I have tried every type, style, configuration over the last 20 years, OWB, IWB, SOB, Shoulder holster, pocket holster, leather, nylon, kydex, and this set up is the best! Extremely comfortable, easy to conceal, easy on and off. I have seen kydex holsters over the years scratch the finish on guns, but not my FFR holsters. He takes the extra time to make sure the finish Is baby butt smooth! I am having the same holster made now for my 3 inch 1911, a friends glock 43, as well as a double mag holder. FFR is my go to now when I need a holster, awesome quality, good fit and finish and awesome guy to deal with. Will be buying more in the future.

Thanks for a great Product Matthew!

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#6011920 - 11/05/15 04:42 AM Re: Form Fitting Retention holsters by Matt [Re: FiremanJG]
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