Craft Holsters Product Reviews

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Craft Holsters Product Reviews

Sometimes professionals, such as firearms instructor, gun store manager, private investigator, competition shooter, etc. write a review or article about our holster. Reviews always serve as a report cards on our whole progress as they can open eyes and change minds of us and customers both. We learn what to improve and you learn what to buy. Please, let us know if you find a review or article of our product on the web that are not listed here, you will be given a free gift as a thank you.

Craft Holsters Belt Holster with Two Cant Positions by USCCA

Don’t count leather out as a primary holster-making material just yet, though — it still has a lot going for it. It is durable (as long as it is reasonably well cared for), supple (which means it molds well to the body) and attractive. For those concerned about style, leather just looks good! Read more

Exclusive: Falco’s Improved Breathable Bellyband by Guns Magazine

The last Falco bellyband in my proverbial box of holsters was made almost entirely of nuclear-grade nylon — a material as robust as it was thick. Oh, it worked. It held whatever smallish gun I was packing and held it firmly, all the while abrading and chafing my skin. If I wasn’t using it as a bellyband holster, I could have sanded with it. Read more

Concealing the Double-Stack Subcompact by Guns Magazine

As an open muzzle design, the Falco exposes about 3/4” of the RAMI’s muzzle. The holster also offers the CZ’s stocks at just the right angle (only the slightest forward cant) with room for two fingers to grasp it. The thumb break is in the perfect spot so drawing reflects about as natural a flow of movement as you can muster. As you’ve heard, the CZ RAMI fits great in hand and this Falco holster does a fantastic job of getting it into your hand. Otherwise, when holstered, the CZ rides comfortably at your side. Read more

Review of the Falco IWB & OWB Leather Holster It.95 by 248shooter.com

NRA certified instructor Keith R Finch was testing our leather gun holster It.95 (IWB & OWB holster) badly in different carry situations and conditions for over a month. Do you want to know if it succeed of fail? Check our Facebook page below and read full review with detailed photos. Read more

Review of Pancake Leather Holster for Walther P1 by US CCA

New holsters suitable for concealed carry are also available. I found a nice hand-boned Falco Holster from Craft Holsters. This beautiful mahogany thumb break belt holster fits like a glove and allows the P1 to ride with comfort. There are other models on their website that fit the P1 as well. Read more

Exclusive: Leather Inside the Waistband Holster Review by Guns Magazine

Many holster companies offer a leather inside the waistband (IWB) holster with two snap belt loops. No question, this design has proven to be versatile and stable and therefore popular for concealed carry. While the nuances of the various designs may vary, most offer a very stable ride that’s made possible by the well-designed belt loops. But holster belt loops are nothing if not attached to a gun belt. Attached to my gun belt, this IWB stayed firmly in place, never slipping forward or backward, and offering a combat grip on the Glock 19. Read more

Craft Holsters Falco Model 184 Paddle Holster Review by UsConcealedCarry.com

A few weeks back in my review of the Walther P1 from Century Arms, I described how I was able to find a well-made belt holster to fit it from the Craft Holsters company located in Slovakia. The belt loop OWB holster I received from them for the P1 was exquisitely fit, and detail hand boned. I was impressed enough with them and their product line to dig a bit deeper. Read more

Urban Carry? One Brosac to the Rescue! by GunsMagazine.com

The Falco bag doesn’t in any way look tactical. Other concealed carry bags — often in colors such as black or olive green or desert sand — show so many straps and zippers that they scream “Look! Gun inside!” Not so the Falco. Two steps up in style from the CCW fanny pack, the Falco Shoulder Bag retails for $89.95 and, in the right setting, makes perfect sense for concealed carry. Hmm. Maybe it’s time for me to look into getting a pair of skinny jeans and spending more time in the city. Read more

YouTube Video Review of IWB Leather Holster It.92 by Holster Reviewer

A channel dedicated to the testing and evaluation of various gun holsters and their manufactures. Read more

Another review by "Holster Reviewer" - Tuckable leather holster It.21/1

It. 140 Side Snap Leather Holster Review Despite the RAMI’s width, it rides close in the Falco and hides nearly as good as some single stack nines. Really! So if the thinner stature of single-stack concealed carry guns doesn’t suit your hand as well as something, well, wider, or, if you’re just keen on the extra capacity of a double-stack pistol, don’t rule out guns like the RAMI as there’s virtually no loss of conceal-ability - at least not in this Falco holster. Read more

It. 140 Side Snap Leather Holster Review

Despite the RAMI’s width, it rides close in the Falco and hides nearly as good as some single stack nines. Really! So if the thinner stature of single-stack concealed carry guns doesn’t suit your hand as well as something, well, wider, or, if you’re just keen on the extra capacity of a double-stack pistol, don’t rule out guns like the RAMI as there’s virtually no loss of conceal-ability - at least not in this Falco holster. Read more