Beware.. front sight gets caught on the holster. Not able to draw quickly.
Can easily fit in Moab 6 too keep pistol staying in place and the correct angle for your draw.
its fits my S&W very well. The only thing I had to do is cut a few seams of the holster where the muzzle pokes out so that my gun can slide in and out of the holster a littler better without catching. Holster is still doing a great job and even with cutting a few seams the integrity of it hasn't been effected.
Bought to go in a Moab 6 - Fits well. The problem is the pocket on the holster is not deep enough to cover the trigger on my Glock 30SF or a Glock 21 and Kimber 1911 with 4" barrel snags when trying to draw. As others have said, great product, well made, but unfortunately, will not work for my application. Returning to store.
EXCELLENT PRODUCT, WELL DESIGNED AND VERSIBLE.
I use this holster for concealed carry in TDU Pants with the Backup Belt System. My G26 stays in place and I find using this holster in the cargo pocket more readily accessible than waistband carry.
If only the Backup Belt Double Mag Pouch weren't discontinued. :(
Well designed for use in internal vest pocket with velcro. Front sight on S&W XDM 3.8 totally snags, rendering it useless for that pistol.
I bought this hoping to use it both with pants that support the velcro system, as well as with some bags instead of only having the simple strap around the barrel.
Unfortunately, this is not very adjustable. The only "adjustable" part is the thumb-break retention strap. The pouch itself is not at all adjustable, so if the opening is too small or pouch is too deep, there's nothing you can do.
As another reviewer has stated, this won't fit the M&P9. However, the pouch is also too big to fit the single-stack M&P Shield. The gun pushes in way too far, which sets it at an odd angle that the retention strap won't work with, and leaves no access to the grip for drawing it.
So I don't know what this will fit, but it's not "universal" by any stretch of the imagination.
Purchased this for use in my 5.11 Covrt 18 backpack. After a bit of fussing with it, I finally got it situated just right in the concealed compartment of the pack and boom! It completely disappeared! I couldn't even tell I had a weapon on me, which is obviously the point. I practiced drawing my weapon and got comfortable with it fairly quickly. It fits my Beretta Px4 Subcompact 9mm really well. I found it to be a great alternative to carrying when a holster won't work for the situation.
I bought this holster to use with the Covrt18 backpack... and I only bought the Covrt18 because I wanted hidden holster that was solidly attached.
Unfortunately, the rail on my Smith & Wesson M&P9 gets caught on the holster and I can't pull the gun out. There's nothing "covrt" about loud velcro noises and someone tugging away at their backpack.