|SwapTuck set up for a Ruger SR9c|
|SwapTuck with the shell removed. You could now slip in any of John's shells for practically any other handgun, tighten the four screws in the rails, and you have a 'new' holster.|
|An explanation of the different holsters, and instructions for set up, use and swapping new shells.|
|The CargoPack, for cargo pants pocket carry.|
|The CargoPack holster.|
|For example, this is how the SwapTuck arrived.|
|Unwrapping the SwapTuck reveals this.|
|The MiniSwap IWB & OWB holster for the Ruger LCP, with a shell for the Ruger SR9c. Note that the shell for the larger gun fits exactly on the MiniSwap backing.|
Obviously, I am impressed with the idea, the quality of the components and way in which John makes them come together, and with the idea that one does not have to buy a separate holster for each gun, or for a gun that will sometimes have a light and or laser attached, and sometimes not. One of the issues with lasers is the need to buy yet more holsters to replace your other non-laser holsters. With SwapRig, this can be easily and inexpensively done.
I will be putting these holsters, and others I have collected for a comparison evaluation, over the next few months, reporting on what I find. Holsters have to be worn and used for a period before other weaknesses or strengths come to light, so my evaluations won't be complete until I've given each of them a thorough test run. Stay tuned.
See SwapRig holsters at: http://www.swaprigholsters.com