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Anyone had any experience with the Remora IWB holster? I rarely wear a belt and this one claims to be the holster just for that.
 

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I don't own one yet, but I have ordered one. When I bought my G-30sf, I started a post asking what would be the best IWB holster. Remora was brought up more than once. One post said worked with all types of pants, except sweat pants. They said it held in the sweat pants, but moved around a little more than other pants. I was convinced and ordered one.
 

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I ordered one for my Glock 26. I actually just got it in the mail today. I'll post a pic of it and follow up with some reviews when I wear for a few days.
 

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I have been using a Remora holster for about two weeks with my G27. It was a good investment! I have ordered another for my G23, the holster stays put where you want it position, it also protects your gun from sweat and is very comfortable with Florida heat. I've used it with belted cargo shorts, jeans, and loose basketball shorts. - I haven't had an episode where the holster starts to slide off from your waistband. Most of all it is very concealable. It is a great holster and made in U.S.A.!!!
 

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Friend just got one for his P238. Seems good.
I want the one with the full sweat guard but there isn't a shop close to me and their online site is a little unpleasant. Nearest shop is probably a half hour away so maybe I'll call first one day to see that they have what I want and then drive or ride up there.

I have a pocket hoster for my bodyguard that I have used as an IWB tuck and it has worked well, but it isn't as sticky as the remora so I'm sure the remora will be better and work for the G26.
 

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http://www.glockforum.com/forum/f30/iwb-carry-love-handles-7661/index4.html#post170196

That should go to a post I made in another thread about the Remoras I just got. I say should because I'm posting from my phone. Wife took over both my computer and hers lol.

Anywho, yeah I like it a lot. Not so sure I like the built in mag pouch now though. Adds a bit more width than I'd prefer, it would seem. I dunno, figure I'll try it and see what happens.

The material is pretty cool. Like a synthetic rubber with lots of little, raised circles on it. Seems to hold pretty well.

Probably my favorite part it's the fact that it status in your pants without a clip. So you put it where it's most comfortable for you. It's really cool IMO.

I'm going to stop there because posting on a phone isn't as much fun as a computer. So yeah
 

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It works great. I've been wearing mine since April(when I received it). I wore it all day during my first IDPA match last Saturday. I'm wearing it now. Alan at Remora has great customer service, if you don't like it, send it back.
 

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I just got one with the Full Sweat Shield, while I have not worn it except with dry fire practice in my apartment, I do find it comfortable and like you I do not wear a belt most of the time so that appealed to me. I find it stays very very well. The only thing with the full sweat shield is I find it hard to get a good grip while unholstering though that can be due to my general lack of experience.
 

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I just got one with the Full Sweat Shield, while I have not worn it except with dry fire practice in my apartment, I do find it comfortable and like you I do not wear a belt most of the time so that appealed to me. I find it stays very very well. The only thing with the full sweat shield is I find it hard to get a good grip while unholstering though that can be due to my general lack of experience.
I would like to try the ART cut, see if it makes a difference. I could see where the sweat shield would help with keeping sweat off my gun, but its a Glock, who cares. I was sweating a lot at the IDPA match last Saturday, and still did "acceptable". :)
 

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I just got mine in the mail today, super excited. The whole reason I got it was so I could wear it with athletic shorts or sweatpants. But who knows it may end up being my every day holster
 

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I just got mine in the mail today, super excited. The whole reason I got it was so I could wear it with athletic shorts or sweatpants. But who knows it may end up being my every day holster
My Remora is my "every day" holster for IWB carry. I am ordering an OWB holster, just have to mail the money order Friday.
 

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I would like to try the ART cut, see if it makes a difference. I could see where the sweat shield would help with keeping sweat off my gun, but its a Glock, who cares. I was sweating a lot at the IDPA match last Saturday, and still did "acceptable". :)
Actually my sweatshield was more to keep the dimples from the Gen 4 grip from rubbing against my skin then keeping sweat off the gun. I did get the ART cut just with the full sweat shield, I just forgot to mention it. I expect its just something I need to practice more.
 

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Actually my sweatshield was more to keep the dimples from the Gen 4 grip from rubbing against my skin then keeping sweat off the gun. I did get the ART cut just with the full sweat shield, I just forgot to mention it. I expect its just something I need to practice more.
Good point on the sweat shield. :cool:

Remora pro's:
Inexpensive(not cheap made)
Comfortable
multi use holster(IWB, pocket, between the car seats)
stays where you put it
Lifetime Guarantee
Made in the USA
Is everything that is is advertised to be
Great customer service

Con's:
Usually need to remove to holster the weapon(especially with Glocks)
Forgetting you have it on
 
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