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Old January 3rd, 2016, 03:49 PM   #16
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I bought a few for my glock 43 and one for my wife. We love them.
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Old January 27th, 2016, 12:09 PM   #17
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I know this thread has pretty much died off but I have to add my .02 in. I just received my 2nd holster from Ryan at Foxtrot Concealment. The first one I bought almost a year ago for my XD-S 3.3 and it has been flawless. That's why I made one the first holster for my 40c. It has great retention and are very comfortable to wear all day.

For the money the OP is right on, they cannot be beat. Here's some pics
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Old January 29th, 2016, 03:09 PM   #18
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you all sound like a great testimonial for these holsters...thanks

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Old January 29th, 2016, 05:02 PM   #19
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1 month and 19 days later or there abouts... holster continues to please me. Clip and holster show NO SIGN of wear or stress.

The area where the clip is mounted to the holster shows NO SIGN of stress.

I dont abuse it, but I dont put it on and off with "kid gloves" either, I use it like a tool.

Been carrying it EVERY DAY, on and off multiple times a day (I wear to work, then secure... then put back on when I get in the vehicle, 6 days a week).

I still feel it is comfortable, many times, if it were not for the weight of the pistol... Id forget it was there!

Carries my full size M&P in the PERFECT (IMHO) position, up high enough to get a proper grip without grabbing belt and belt loops, low enough to conceal very, very well.

CONTINUE TO LOVE IT!

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Old February 6th, 2016, 08:47 AM   #20
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Another update, carry with it all the time, still holding up fantastic, belt clip and all. Im impressed!

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Old February 14th, 2016, 06:36 AM   #21
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Just thought I would give my review too. While the holster is well worth the 20 dollar price, it is still a 20 dollar holster. While I currently am wearing this holster
and like the comfort, retention, and security of the belt clip, there is no adjustment of cant or ride height, so you take what you get.

If it fits you it is a great holster, if like me you would like the gun to ride a little lower, you are out of luck. But if it had the adjustments it would be a great holster, just would not be 20 bucks anymore.
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Smile Can't wait to try it!

Hello all. I'm a first time Smith owner and I went with the shield for personal carry. Love the way it fits in my hand! Thanks for this review because I could not find much else on these holsters. I ordered one and cannot wait to try this sucker out!
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Old March 12th, 2016, 04:32 AM   #23
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S'good

So take it with a grain of salt because I've only had it a day and it is the very FIRST holster and gun I've worn concealed. It is so easy to get on and off a normal belt. No adjustable cant BUT I'm not sure that is necessary with a gun like the Shield. I'll post more after a few days, but so far this is SO worth the money!
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Just got a Foxtrot IWB holster the other day. It's as well made as any costing three times as much. Very good quality. Ryan, the owner, always answers the phone and great to deal with and always returns your call.
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Better than Burger King!

Special orders don't upset us...you remember the jingle?

Well, I ordered two new IWB holsters from Ryan thinking that the low price really didn't concern me and the reviews have been good so far. Picked up one for the wife's G42, and one for my 9c in FDE. In the comments I asked if it was possible to do the Flat Dark Earth for the 9c. I thought worst case I might have to pay extra, or it might not be available. Well, I was wrong. Ryan was quick to respond, told me he didn't have any FDE for the 9c already made and ready to ship so would make my FDE version and get it out with only 1 day delay. The two holsters came in only a few days later and with free shipping. Seriously, I thought as I opened the package there was no way these would be this nice...I was wrong again. I can't stand fat leather or fat kydex IWB. These two holsters have positive adjustable retention but were 'just right' out of the package. No nonsense package, just seriously nice holsters. I like the simple but aggressive belt clip, and the zero degree cant though not adjustable is exactly what I like for IWB. Darn fine work, super fast to my door, and excellent communication. Two IWB holsters, one in FDE and one heck of a happy customer. Thanks Ryan! Now we just need to get you doing OWB also!
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