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    T-Rex Arms Holsters -- Love --- Hate???

    I have a few different IWB holsters but have never tried a T-Rex IWB holster. What do people think, worth the price??

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    Iíve only seen the sidecar monstrosity and it was absolute garbage compared to Tenicor, JM Custom, and Dark Star Gear AIWBs.
    #RESIST

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    I have had a ragnarock for a long time. Very thick and heavy duty. Works great with the x300 for a range holster. But is bulky and see no reason to buy a iwb from them. Too many high quality options.


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    I tried the aiwb holster. Looked like I shoved the yellow pages down the front of my pants. I think it may work for some people but honestly Iíd steer far away. Not to mention they donít have any sort of a return policy. That alone makes me want to stay away. If you arenít willing to stand behind your product Iím not interested.
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    Interesting, thanks! For how much business they did I figured they were well loved by all / an industry standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TelumLabs View Post
    Interesting, thanks! For how much business they did I figured they were well loved by all / an industry standard.
    What's your preferred method of carry and carry weapon?
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    T-Rex Arms Holsters -- Love --- Hate???

    Their battle belts are awesome. Holsters? Pass. I donít like ďcafeteria trayĒ style holsters in general. Try rolling on the mat or hiking with all that and let us know how you like it [emoji38].
    "BJJ is sort of like nonconsensual yoga"
    "You donít really graduate from certain problems or certain thingsÖ like you always have to work on trigger control and pulling the trigger straight. " --Ben Stoeger 1/24/2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by TelumLabs View Post
    Interesting, thanks! For how much business they did I figured they were well loved by all / an industry standard.
    No. They make a few good products but mostly not.

    Their AIWB Kydex is built ok but a horrible design.

    As @Clusterfrack mentioned their OWB duty style holster with no active retention is well made but serves no real purpose other than range theatrics.

    The owner of Trex Arms is, shall we say, a divisive figure, in the shooting community. Definitely not "loved by all."

    Trex Arms success is a product of social media marketing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCM View Post
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    Trex Arms success is a product of social media marketing.
    Hear, hear. Definitely more time spent manipulating social media than making an experience-driven product line.

    I saw two sidecars in use at a Defoor pistol/combative class and both students said they were shopping for new holsters as soon as class ended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PNWTO View Post
    Hear, hear. Definitely more time spent manipulating social media than making an experience-driven product line.

    I saw two sidecars in use at a Defoor pistol/combative class and both students said they were shopping for new holsters as soon as class ended.
    Manipulating.. like speeding up your videos to make you look faster .....

    (Hint: If you suspect a shooting video was sped up look at the ejection of the brass).

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