The pocket holster typically serves two main purposes. It is designed not only allow the gun to “print” less in your pocket, but also designed to keep that pistol always at the proper angle to ensure a quick draw when needed. However, while there are many other benefits, there is one other and very important feature that a majority honestly fail to offer. That pistol must be drawn from your pocket with ease, regardless of attire. It must be drawn with holster remaining in your pocket. With the exception of the latest holster previously reviewed here that somewhat does remedy this, I have found all others are just simply not capable of providing all three very critical features that I personally think all should seriously focus on before choosing to purchase one. That’s where the Recluse holster comes in and why I chose to take the time to review it. I typically do not like custom holsters but this was certainly an exception. For those who pocket carry, it is one that does deserve a very serious look and is what I will do in this latest article.
Packaging & Contents
The holster comes well packaged and upon opening, you’ll be greeted with a short but informational booklet every responsible gun owner should read again and again. Unlike most custom holsters I have received in the past, it is shipped in professional packaging detailing its main features, as well as its supported handgun.
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