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Absolutely something I would like to check out. Wish that a dealer in the area had one so that I could check it out.

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If you do a Google search on pager pal you'll find quite a variety of opinions voiced on various gun boards.
 

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I've got one. Can't say I love it, but it's the best I can find when I have to dress up. A mid frame Glock 32 works just fine. Mine has a real pager attached and is nearly impossible to detect as a holster. Suprisingly, the draw isn't that bad with practice. There is always a big vendor display at any of the Crossroads gun shows. It's not my favorite (kinda pricey), but in certain situations it works just fine. Just what I needed, another holster.
 

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To me, it seems better than other IWB holsters because it's completely out of sight, even with your shirt tucked in.
 

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Dustin WJ said:
To me, it seems better than other IWB holsters because it's completely out of sight, even with your shirt tucked in.
Well that's a subjective call. Better how? For concealment it is probably better, but I bet its a lot slower on the draw... if that's important to you.

I have a tuckable IWB holster and it works pretty good, but there is no way I can get it anywhere near as fast as I can with my shirt untucked.

It just depends on your individual requirements.
 

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I've had one for several years. Bought the thing at a gun show in Dallas and it is my least used holster. I prefer IWB or Smartcarry to the pager pal.
I'll gladly donate mine if you want it.
 

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Looks from all the reviews that this holster is down for the count. Thanks for the info. I didn't have much time yesterday to look at reviews on the i-net, just saw the website and thought it was interesting. Sounds like it might do better as a flower pot. :)
 

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I like mine, works well for several different firearms, they do need to be broke in since the new leather is stiff.

I bought one for my daughter since it is hard for a woman to find a good place to carry. The Colt Mustang .380 in the small holster doesn't even show on her. My large holster with bigger guns just looks like I have something in my pocket.

I was with three friends for a whole day, I was wearing dockers and a golf shirt tucked in and they didn't know I was carrying, they all carry and know I do but they thought I wasn't carrying untill in the evening at dinner when they asked why I wasn't. They were supprised that I had my .38 revolver on me.

We have the cell phone models, she has a Chocolate and I have a Motorola V295.

The draw is slower, but not too bad for a deep concealment holster.

Not my favorite holster but it does work well for summer carry with shorts and T shirt.
 

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I had one for a little while. I didn't like it very much. While standing it was very comfortable, but when sitting I couldn't find a position that was comfortable enough for me. I sold it for a different IWB holster.
 

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Don't have one, BUT what I have read is not good.

Do an Internet search and look for opinions on different forums and you will get an eye full.
 

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I had one and it was quite comfortable.

Stopped wearing it the day the clip on the "pager" broke and the gun and holster slid down my leg. Unfortunately I was not in a gun friendly place at the time and it put me in a very awkward situation...

Now to be fair, the holster was not at fault. The clip on the "pager" broke. If you are going to use one of these I HIGHLY recommend putting some type of device on it that has a strong, metal clip. Not plastic.
 

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I have one. It works pretty much as advertised (drawing does take a *bit* longer than the video on the web site). The firearm sits on your leg rather than in between (like the Smart Carry). It looks like something in your pocket and no one notices.

I don't use mine, though. I finally got a smaller gun because I didn't like carrying all the weight and bulk of a big gun. I'd be happy to sell mine to anyone who wanted it for $25. It's only been used 2-3 times.
 
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