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Old 05-10-2012, 08:01 PM   #11
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Also, although I don't wear Speedos like Canebrake, I can vouch for Remora in drawstring gym shorts.
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Thanks guys! canebrakes your to funny but truthful.
Well, I wish I would have waited til tomorrow to place an order.
I was just to interested. This is what I did:

Checked out remora website after it had been mentioned. I liked it and for $30, not bad at all.
Looked around a little bit more at Galco site, got bored, so I actually ordered the Remora #8 online.
Checked my email to make sure order went through, then came back to the forum to say I got a remora and saw
The link to the kydex holster's. They looked thinner and smoother (read a mention about remora sticking) so I ordered the kydex pocket holster, also $30. Emailed remora back to please cancel my order. Hahahahaa they did quickly, but NOW I feel like the remora is a better choice and people like it. I do see where "hard kydex" in your pocket could be uncomfortable. Well I guess I will be like canebrakes and try kydex first then most likely get the remora and then something else, because you can't just have a few holsters, Right? Hahahaha
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Thanks guys! canebrakes your to funny but truthful.
Well, I wish I would have waited til tomorrow to place an order.
I was just to interested. This is what I did:

Checked out remora website after it had been mentioned. I liked it and for $30, not bad at all.
Looked around a little bit more at Galco site, got bored, so I actually ordered the Remora #8 online.
Checked my email to make sure order went through, then came back to the forum to say I got a remora and saw
The link to the kydex holster's. They looked thinner and smoother (read a mention about remora sticking) so I ordered the kydex pocket holster, also $30. Emailed remora back to please cancel my order. Hahahahaa they did quickly, but NOW I feel like the remora is a better choice and people like it. I do see where "hard kydex" in your pocket could be uncomfortable. Well I guess I will be like canebrakes and try kydex first then most likely get the remora and then something else, because you can't just have a few holsters, Right? Hahahaha
Well you've proven you are a true "gun nut" just like the rest of us. You are officially one of the 99%ers.

Want to bet that Kydex winds up in the holster drawer?

Give Jackie a call and tell her you made a terrible mistake and ask for forgiveness. I'm sure she will, and give you the same great service she is known for and still ship your holster. I bet if you do it today it beats the Kydex to your door!
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But when you have a spare tire seems they tend to climp a bit and make me want to readjust..............Just like spare tire created having to pull pants back up.
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