I wanted to shamelessly give accolades to Rob and the guys at Tucker for not only a great product but also unsurpassed service. I ordered a left-handed pancake holster for both my PT1911 and my MilPro PT111 back in August (yes, seven months ago-the length of time it takes to get your order my only criticism). The PT1911 holster is a work of art. It fits the gun like a glove-as if it was custom made for it, no need for any breaking in. Wearing it is a real pleasure. As anyone with a 1911 knows they are anything but light. 41 ounces empty and who knows how heavy with a full magazine of 45 ACP and one in the chamber. Well I can tell you that you hardly even notice the gun is there while wearing it. The quality of the leather and workmanship is absolutely top-notch. Better than Galco-you bet, better than Bianchi-absolutely, better than Don Hume-the two names shouldn't even be in the same sentence together. The Tucker holster is easily my favorite out of all the holsters in my drawer, and I have a bunch.
Now the PT111 holster. The pancake holster for the PT111 is designed for a full firing grip. The long and the short of it is that although the trigger was covered the part of the trigger guard behind it was not. My personal preference is to have more of the gun covered by the holster than this holster offered. I emailed Rob after a "break-in" trial just asking him exactly how the gun was supposed to fit within the holster. He asked me to email a picture back-which I did-and his next email was what amazed me. He wrote "why don't you just send the holster back for a refund, I can tell you are not going to be happy with it." Prior to this there had been no mention on my part about return, refund, etc.
Now that my friends is what I call customer service.
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Rob's a good guy.
You guys have to give me some time to get home before I can post some pictures.
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We like to make people rush here and there. Kind of Russian around as it were.
Great looking holster and pics.
I love my Tucker Texas Heritage IWB holster for my 455...it also fits my 617 perfectly.
“Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well-armed lamb contesting the vote" - Benjamin Franklin
When Leonidas was preparing to make his stand, a Persian envoy arrived. The envoy explained to Leonidas the futility of trying to resist the advance of the huge Persian army and demanded that the Spartans lay down their arms. Leonidas told Xerxes "MOLON LABE", or "Come And Get Them."
NRA and TSRA member, and proud Texas LTC holder
I liked my first one so much I got a second. A Texas Heritage for my 3-in 605, that also works for my Rossi 461, and another Texas Heritage for my S&W 66 3-in that also works for my 441 3-in, and my 617. Will be getting a 445 next weekend and I will use this holster for it too. Rob is a great guy and sent me his phone number so I could talk to him about holster care and break-in. Really personable guy. Can't complain about their turn-around time as they delivered both before promised.
I have 3 Tucker holsters. Very well made and fit the guns like a glove.
I have 2 holsters and 2 belts. I'm still satisfied with both! The belts are expensive, but you get what you pay for. I thought it was a bit high on the first belt, but I liked it enough after getting it, wearing it, and living with it, that I ordered another one.
I've always had good service with him.
I too have had nothing but the greatest interactions with the fine folks at Tucker. Unsurpassed customer service is what they should pride themselves on and the quality of the product is nothing but superb. I can't wait to order an inside the waistband style holster from them for my sr9c! I know that it will be exactly what I want.
“If cowardly and dishonorable men sometimes shoot unarmed men with army pistols or guns, the evil must be prevented by the penitentiary and gallows, and not by a general deprivation of a constitutional privilege." - Arkansas Supreme Court, 1878