HolsterCO Kydex Quick Ship Stealth Holster Review [Video]
In the realm of Kydex holsters, there really isn't much that hasn't been done. So, they usually fall into a couple categories. Your basic Kydex holster that isn't cut well, has unrefined edges, cheap hardware, and something that will likely end up in your holster box once you find a better one. Or, you may get an average holster; one that is formed well but just isn't refined where it needs to be. These usually get some love from the Dremmel before they are good to go. Finally, there are quality Kydex holsters that get carried every day. In my opinion, this Quick Ship Stealth holster from Holster Co is a quality product.
Impressions of the Quick Ship Stealth Holster
There is nothing fancy about the Stealth, but I found the Kydex to be ridged and formed well to my Glock 43. Most all Kydex holsters I use these days have a concealment claw because, especially in the appendix inside the waistband (AIWB) position, the device just works.
This one does its job by pushing the butt of the gun into my body, therefore concealing the gun better.
I appreciate the fact that there is no excess material near the trigger guard on this holster. When there is extra material, it prohibits me from establishing a good grip prior to drawing the gun, and I don't like that.
When I use a holster with clips, I usually prefer two. Having two just makes a difference in keeping the holster rock solid on my belt. This one has one clip, and I found it would shift slightly if I was sitting just right or moving and twisting a lot. I think adding a second would make this holster even better.
I was shocked at how fast the holster was delivered. I think it was only 3 days from the time the order was placed to the time I had it on my belt. Needless to say, the customer service is great. I have been to enough holster company web pages, where trying to order the holster I wanted was confusing and frustrating. Not so with Holster Co's page. Navigating and selecting the holster and options was super simple. Maybe the most difficult part of ordering your holster will be choosing one of the many colors or patterns they offer.
With a name like Holster Co, it makes sense that they make holsters for things besides handguns. Tourniquet carriers, knives, dump trays, and mag carriers are some of the other items you can carry in a holster from this company. Holster Co is definitely a place to check out if you want a quality Kydex holster that you want fast.
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