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I purchased a Galco pocket holster from Chuck's Firearms in Buckhead a while back for a Kel-Tec minipistol.

Has anybody else noticed how much slower it is to draw from a pocket holster than just from a pocket?

I mean, it is comfortable, and it hides the outline, but wow it is a slow draw.
 

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Get an Uncle Mikes it won't hid the profile as well but should let you get a better grip on the pistol.
 

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my deSantis nemesis front pocket holster isn't that way. The inside is lined with tincloth which makes it slick and quick as I can draw from it. The outside is a viscous material that holds to my pocket. One great holster ! :)
 

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It is getting faster with practice. Pocket carry will never be quickdraw McGraw . . .
 

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The inside should be smooth leather, w/ the rough side being outside. If it bothers you, try putting some clear floor paste wax (Johnson's is what I use) on the inside. It will not hurt your gun, and it should slick up the draw a touch until the holster breaks in.

I bought a used Galco pocket holster, and have no problems at all w/ my KelTec.
 
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