She was motivated by this review
This review is also good:
I’ll also be frank, all ladies mentioned above are VERY pretty. If any of them don’t like that I welcome them to quit bein’ pretty! 8)
OK well looking at these reviews it seems they meet a few carry issues we have in the Weer’d House.
I’ll start with me. My day-to-day carry is my Glaco Shoulder rig, and its the berries. Its comfortable, I can conceal it about 90% of the time year-round, it carries a full-size gun, and two reloads. That’s good-to-go for me, sometimes I’ll back up the 1911 with my PM45 and if I feel under-gunned it’ll be because I need a rifle.
Now there are two occasions where I don’t grab the 1911 out of the vault (outside of short errands where just dropping a smaller gun in my pocket is easier) is when A) I go to the Doctor’s office where I’ll need to undress or at least take off my cover garment, B) When its very hot outside and I’ll be spending an extended period of time outside in the sun where the straps for my shoulder rig will collect sweat and heat like crazy.
The Doctor’s office is OK as I’ll often still have a shirt where I can drop a reload into one of the pockets, but in the summer I don’t know where to pack a reload. The gun is taking up the pocket where my keys usually hide, I have to put my keys someplace (if I’m wearing cargo shorts I’ll throw the keys in the right lower pocket, the reload in the left lower…but normal shorts, or jeans, or slacks we have issues) And my wallet is in my other pocket.
So in the summer there are times when I might have JUST a 5+1 .45, or a 5-shot revolver. That IS under-gunned, and I don’t like it. That’s not a lot of ammo, and NOTHING to do if you have a magazine malfunction.
Now you should note from my carry methods, I don’t do belts. They’re uncomfortable on me, and I just don’t like them. When I saw the Remora Double-mag pouch, it looks like a winner for me.
I have a pair of TP45 magazines on their way from Midway for my PM45, but since they aren’t here, and I was carrying my 1911 when the package arrived, I loaded up a pair of Wilson 8-rounders and tucked them in my pants.
First up its strange how sticky these items are. They aren’t goopy or nasty, but you can’t just pull your pants out and drop them in, they just won’t want to go into your pants. Instead I had to undo my pants, seat the carrier,then button up. This was also very easy as the holster didn’t need a lot of attention to keep it where I wanted it. I put it at about 7:00 with the mouth of the carrier right at the top of my jeans. I then puttered around the house, did lots of standing and sitting, as well as some walking around. On a whim I even did a few short sprints down my hall to see if I could jiggle it loose.
I then walked down town to grab some take-out (GOT COLD last night!). After over 2 hours, the pouch hadn’t moved. Also the pouch retains the magazines even if I take the unit and invert it in my hand, but you get a VERY clean draw from inside your pants. I think I’ve found a winner.
Oh and while it fits the single-stack 1911 magazine like a glove, this pouch will fit a double-stack .45 magazine as well, so even if you have a G21 magazine to lug around, it should fit.
I also got a J-frame holster with the re-enforced mouth for Mrs. Weer’d. She did give it a precursory testing with a pair of dress slacks that I thought looked less than ideal, and the results were surprisingly good. She still needs to shake them down a LOT more, and I’ll keep you posted.
But I must say these seem like REALLY cool holsters, and the price is hard to beat. Give them a try.
On a final note my order receipt had a hand-written thank-you from Alan the owner on it. That’s a nice touch, Alan. And NO, thank you!