Please read the below instructions before attempting to use the holster and mag carriers. Failure to follow the below instructions may void the warranty on the holster. 

-I cannot stress enough to check the screws on snap loops and other hardware. It is much like a pre-combat inspection: ensure the firearm functions, is lubed, loaded, etc. Screws, even with Lock-Tite can loosen.

 Each holster is molded to an exact replica of the firearm ordered. The holster is sewn as close to the "outline" of the firearm as possible. This not only helps the holster keep its form but is helps with overall retention. 

 The holster goes through a process where it is exposed to hot water, pressing/blocking, dyeing, clear coating, etc. During this process, the holster will expand and shrink, so to speak. The holster, if left empty, will expand and shrink with changing temperature. During transport to the customer, the holster will more than likely shrink due to it being empty. When the holster is received, the user must do the following to make the break in process much easier.

 To properly break in the holster, you can wrap it in the bag it was sent in or used wax paper. Unload the firearm, wrap it in the bag or wax paper, then gently put it in the holster. DO NOT put the gun in without the bag or wax paper as it may become stuck. I make the holster tight so the user can break it into the retention they prefer.

 If the holster is still tight, a second bag or putting a strip of wax paper where it is snug will help with the process.

 Once you have done one of these two things, try gently putting the unloaded firearm into the holster to see if the gun goes in easily. If it does, wear it around the house and practice drawing, reholstering to complete the break in process

 I cannot emphasize this enough: DO NOT wear the holster, for "daily carry" until you know it is broken in.

 If you feel the holster is still too tight, or you have leather squeak, Mitch Rosen offers "Leather Lightening" to use on the holster. It safely lubricates the inside of the holster. I have customers that swear by it and it doesn’t damage the leather.

 Do not oil or use a leather softener on your holster.

 Do not put the holster near heat.

 If the holster is cold when received, allow it to naturally warm up before inserting the firearm in the holster.

 If the holster becomes wet, allow it to air dry or sit in front of a fan, on low.

 If the holster becomes dirty, wipe gently with a damp, soft cloth and allow it to air dry.

 If the holster collects salt marks, due to sweat, wipe with a damp cloth and allow to air dry.

 If the holster is exposed to too much smoke, the smell will not completely come out. Please email for assistance.

 Do not leave the holster unattended around animals. They have been known to play or chew on it. 

If you holster uses a snap system, more than likely it is a "One Way" or "Pull the Dot" snap. This snap system is, in a sense, a locking system, that should prevent accidental snap release. If you have not used this system, please view this video for instructions. Any snap systems broken by the customer will not be refunded due to user misuse. The holster can be returned for repair/snap replacement, at the user's expense and the expense of a new set of snap. 

Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfXhLIbsXuc

 Do not tight roll your shooter's belt. This can cause cracks, soften, or damage the belt.

 If you have any questions regarding your holster, please contact us. 

 Thank you.

Dave