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Now THAT'S Retention!
Now THAT'S Strong!
The real test for any holster, of course, is how it carries. The Fugly, being that this was a "first run", took a little getting used to before it settled in on my belt:
Holster In Position
Where'd It Go?
The leather is quite thick, which has both its advantages - you do not feel the gun poking you at all - and disadvantages - it doesn't flex or move as naturally as your body. Some of this will change with time and wear, of course - leather needs to be broken in, and wearing this against your body for a good length of time should mold it pretty darn well. The retention as seen above is excellent, but comes with a small price - it takes some repetition to be able to draw quickly from this holster. I'm certain with practice this will break in nicely.
All in all, I'm quite impressed with the Fugly. Dennis has it attractively priced - it's on the very low end for leather holsters, but with the quality of holsters priced easily double. And it's got the greatest tagline ever:
If it ain't Fugly...it ain't worth sticking your pistol in it!
Heh. Those crazy Dragon Leather Works guys!
That is all.