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Old 03-09-2018, 9:23 AM
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Anyone have experience with this company? I just ordered a holster and mag holster for a 9mm shield I will be adding.

Disclaimer- I do not have anything at all to do with this company or their products.
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They're solid. Fitment and retention can be a bit off and the trigger area is exposed more than I'd like for some guns, but at the price point for a basic holster, they're good. They do sit a little high though, but then again, they're designed as OWB concealment holsters.

If you're referring to IWB, they're no good for AIWB, but others are fine if you like the single clip design. IWB clip is so-so and basic. Nothing unique, but for mags it's fine. Note that their IWB holsters aren't fully molded to the firearm, hence the tubular aesthetics at the muzzle end. Don't expect them to be super rigid with uber QC, but they do have lifetime warranties.

That being said, I use their mag holders for all of my firearms as well as their OWB holster. It's cheap and for range use or fun-time, they're no issue. I run Safariland for hard use.

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https://onyour6designs.com/

Anyone have experience with this company? I just ordered a holster and mag holster for a 9mm shield I will be adding.

Disclaimer- I do not have anything at all to do with this company or their products.
I don't mean to be picky, but why ask what people think after you order? At that point only your experience and a report on the product and service matter.
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Old 03-12-2018, 8:13 AM
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I don't mean to be picky, but why ask what people think after you order? At that point only your experience and a report on the product and service matter.
Agreed. I bought it as sort of an impulse buy after talking to someone. My order has not arrived yet and I normally do a bit more research on things before I buy. Sorry to have asked. I should just wait and review it when it comes in.
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I am assuming you purchased the IWB version of the holster. My perspectives, and thing for you to evaluate as your testing and sharing with us your opinion.

I am going to assume you dress casual with an untucked shirt most if not all of the time. The holster is not tuckable. With the exception of competition holsters, I don't see a reason for a Kydex IWB that is not tuckable.

The maximum of 15 degrees cant is going to be sufficient for the way you carry, and the body position?

In your testing is this model clip so wide that you have to work around your belt loops to assure the gun is retained properly. You will need to try this with several different pairs of pants to see if the clip style creates an impact.

Do you have stock or aftermarket sights. Some aftermarket sights sit higher, and the spine of this holster looks marginal for handing larger or raised sights such as the Big Dot XS.

Most holsters are built this way, but I am not a fan of holsters that leave the top of the slide exposed to clothing. If your gun has ambidextrous safeties this can be a problem. Not sure what gun your carrying. 1911?

Hopefully it will be a home run for you, and that your happy with it.
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