Jeff Quinn www.gunblast.com
March 17th, 2004
The second holster reviewed here is the Pocket Grabber, which is a pocket holster built from quality leather that has a synthetic rubber covering stitched to the outside of the holster. This material further helps to break up the outline or print of the gun, and is textured to grip the inside of the pants pocket. This helps the gun to come out smoothly, while leaving the holster in the pocket where it belongs. The problem with most pocket holsters is that they come out of the pocket with the gun, which can make for an awkward moment if the gun is needed in a hurry. The Pocket Grabber solves this problem, leaving the holster in the pocket when the gun is drawn, and also allows easy re-holstering of the weapon after the situation is resolved. For small revolvers and autos, I like pocket carry. It is very natural to stick your hand into your front pants pocket. If a dangerous situation seems to be possible, you can casually place your hand on your weapon, and no one is suspicious. The Pocket Grabber keeps the handgun positioned correctly for quick accessibility if needed.
I have used both of these holsters for a couple of months now, and find them to work very well. I have carried my .38 Smith & Wesson in the Pocket Grabber, and my Glock model 19 9mm auto in the Tail Gunner. Both holsters work extremely well for their respective purposes. The Pocket Grabber is made for most small autos and revolvers, and the Tail Gunner is built for most small revolvers and medium to large autos.
High Noon sells directly to the consumer from their website. Look for future reviews of their quality products here on www.gunblast.com/Highnoon.htm .
They are well-built from quality materials, and are very reasonably priced. I recommend them.