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Discussion in 'Holsters and Cases' started by Sw10mm, Jun 4, 2012.
Do any of you use a versa carry? How do u like dislike it?
Welcome to the Glock Forum Sw10mm !!
Welcome to the forum!
Personally I have no experience, but my brother swears by his with his M&P .40. He loves it.
Also Sw10mm, would I be safe in asking if you have a 1006, 1076, or a 610? If so, how do you like them?
No, I have a glock 20, the sw is for my name
Welcome Sw10mm! Enjoy the forum!
Gotcha lol I thought you were referring to Smith & Wesson
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Well got my versaycarry in the mail, so far im happy with it, only problem I can say is its hard to draw the weapon but I feel that will change as it gets broken in
That's not unusual. Good luck to ya! How about a picture?
Ill post some tonight at work now
My versacarry, it does come with a trigger guard, which is a half circle plastic piece but I dont have it on yet, my reg pants, shirt, and belt only diff thing is have to wear a under shirt, in the pictures is my glock 20
Hello every one, I got my G19 a few weeks ago and I was looking into getting a versacarry. So far all the reviews I've seen say wonders about the holster. How does it goes with re-holstering the gun? Do you have to get the holster out to put the gun back?
Sw10mm, the versacarry for the G20 is the one for the 0.40 cal, the rod is 10.16mm so that is why you are having that issue. Hopefully with time the barrel will shave away the excess material.
Its working a lot better now no need to shave anything off the rod, the rod isnt bigger its the shape that holds the gun inplace that makes it tough, the 10mm is a 40cal just with a longer casing but I like it no problems on my end
Glad to hear is working well!
Do you need to take out the holster from your belt to put the gun back?
Yes you do have to take it out to reholster. I did find that using it around the 3-4 o'clock position wasn't as comfortable and secure as I had hoped. That was using it with my 23.
I prefer a slight can't when carrying and that seemed to be the issue.
Like stated above yes u do have to remove it feom your belt to reholster, but the way I see it is if I have to draw my gun, the extra 5 seconds to reholster is the least of my worries.
Thanks for the feedback guys.