Warfytr a slightly different type of IWB holster

Discussion in 'Defensive Carry & Self Defense' started by Karen Payne, Apr 27, 2016.

  1. Karen Payne

    Karen Payne
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    I will start off by saying my preference for a holster is leather but there are times when a leather holster does not work with my daily attire e.g. wearing leggings for example there is no belt to work with. The choices out there are slim for many females in this case which include female underwear that I have not seen other than pictures but they sure don't appear to stay open once the firearm has been drawn thus one can't re-holster with one hand and that is a deal breaker for me.

    A couple of months ago I saw an advertisement for a holster made out of kydex that (as kydex does) stays open after drawing the firearm, there is a clip for attaching the holster to clothing with or without a belt. I have experimented with clip on holsters but quickly discarded them for reasons such as they tore clothing in a short space of time.

    This holster seem to have promise so finally ordered one, came in the mail in three days. Immediately tried the holster out and it simply works great. Granted it took a few attempts to work the clip (yeah I didn't RTFM) but after several days I am a happy girl.

    So now instead of not carrying because of my attire there is zero reasons now to not carry.

    I think looking at their images and videos is worth time spent if one has similar issues.

    http://warfytr.com/

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  2. Larrytpdx

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    Cool! Very interesting design. Whatever works to facilitate carrying is a good thing..
     
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  3. Cigarlvr313

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    Thanks for the info Karen..........I will pass it along to my wife.........I agree with Larry especially when it comes to our loved ones!
     
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  4. edslhead

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    Looks like a good alternative to wearin a big hurky belt.
     
  5. 2A2Dend

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    That kydex does wonders for your pistol. Great retention.
    You look to have found the ideal attire for the need.
     
  6. mjbskwim

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    I don't see a holster:rolleyes:

    Looks interesting. Must be better than a padle holster, if you like IWB carry
     
  7. Dyjital

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    That's tight!
     
  8. bearnut

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    I have to say that looks like a rather nice product :cool:
     
  9. Hayshaker

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    If you don't have a belt ,what hold up your pants??I would not think elastic could do the job with the weight of a loaded pistol
     
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  10. bearnut

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    It looks like the fabric is sandwiched tightly between 1) the inner rectangular bulge and 2) the outer picture frame. Reminds me of Mom's embroidery frame gizmo.
     
  11. SoberPoster

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    Any chance you'll share the brand and model of that holster???

    Hayshaker; I guess, as seen in the photo, with a woman's wider hips they don't need a belt to keep pants from sliding down as us men do.

    Looks great, hope to get one for my GF, once I know that brand and model #.

    I have heard of terrible issues with SOTB carry and disabilities from falls damaging the spine, any concerns there???

    Thanks:)
     
  12. ChiefStealth

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    The brand (company) that makes this holster is named. Warfytr. A web link is in the OP first post. The holster model name is the Liberty model. The company has only two models. Easy to tell them apart.
     
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    The only place I've heard that is via experts and their YouTube videos claiming the best place to carry is up front with the muzzle resting above uR junk and rubbing on the femeral artery...a position that makes it highly uncomfortable to sit or squat and certain to maim or kill if one has a boo boo ND. But what do I know...I don't have a tactical YouTube channel.
     
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  14. Sgt Nambu

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    LOL!!! That looks like an interesting and innovative holster but.......I'm a big belly guy (though, 10# lighter) and I'm from the no buTt gene pool!:)
    A pistol + no belt = major moon shot!!!:eek::confused:o_O:eek:
     
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  15. Caveman Jim

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    Same here brother, have lost almost 18#'s in the last 4 months and had to dig out my suspenders.... I may need to get a shoulder holster cause I got no arse.......:eek::eek::eek:o_O
     
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  16. Sgt Nambu

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    Honestly, Jim, I dug mine out last week! :)
     
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  17. Joe Link

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    About a month later, how's it working out for you?
     
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    That looks like a really good set up. My wife might really like that! Purse carry or shoulder rig just doesn't work well for her!
     
  20. oknow

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    Do you really think they were reading the post when there was a picture there:p:p:p
     
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