I use one with a NAA .22Mag... very happy with it
So these holsters you have a link to all are pocket holsters? I get the concept but not sure how they work. Is it basically something you can cover the trigger and put in your pocket?I have one for my airweight s&w from www.rkbaholsters.com out in Wash. state. The guy has a quick turnaround 2-4 weeks. Seems to work real well in the shorts I usually wear around the house till I get that envelope from the Dept. of Ag. Got it before I knew about littlebear. See he makes 'em too. Bet they are good, I know my hoplon is.:thumsup
I was wondering about the "sticky" or "tacky" pocket holsters. This tacky fabric works pretty good?Changes the outline of the gun and the holster's fabric is "tacky" (for lack of a better word) enough to stay put in the pocket when drawing.
I think all Steve makes are pocket holsters at RKBA. Don't know about fit for G27, think he has a list of weapons on his website. The pics on his site are fairly explanatory at least by the one I have. It does cover the trigger and my snubby is a Model 637 with a hammer so the holster is made to cover it as well. Helps prevent snagging. It's a rigid leather holster and the firearm sits fairly snuggly in it for security. You break it in to get it loose enough for draw, helps to use one finger to ease it out of the holster. The holster breaks up the print of the weapon. I think some one else mentioned it also but cargo type or broad-opening pockets work real well.So these holsters you have a link to all are pocket holsters? I get the concept but not sure how they work. Is it basically something you can cover the trigger and put in your pocket?
Would one work for a G27? Or would that be to heavy? Thanks