AggieMM wrote:Just ordered a pocket holster for a PM9.
One comment on the process. When I had to enter my contact information, I was entering it on a non-encrypted page (http vs https). The money (Paypal) was secure, but not my order information. As a consumer, this bugs me, and sometimes I'll find a different location to order. Just something to think about, it might stop some from ordering.
And you thought all that you had to do was make good holsters.MoJoeWrkn wrote:Thank you for the order. I will see if I can figure out how to move the contact info to an encrypted page. Thanks for the feedback as well!
WildBill wrote:Another question for MoJoe -
If you can not buy a "dummy gun", is it possible for you to use a real gun?
Dagnabitblah wrote:....look into Google if you do not want a dedicated line. As it was mentioned, you're going to be found by the telemarketers, it's unfortunately part of the price of doing business to some degree. You can get an 800-type number as well virtually and it will direct to whatever number you want too.
Dagnabitblah wrote:I did notice your FAQ is verbatim from K&D Holsters on tight fit and pocket draw so you may want to change up the wording at least a bit so it isn't so obvious.
MoJoeWrkn wrote:Dagnabitblah wrote:I did notice your FAQ is verbatim from K&D Holsters on tight fit and pocket draw so you may want to change up the wording at least a bit so it isn't so obvious.
When Kevin at K&D retired he sold me most of his holster patterns, templates, and equipment. He is a really nice guy and was very helpful and showed me a lot. I did use a small part of his FAQ on holster fit, I changed it some but I guess not enough, I will work on that.
Thanks for your feedback.
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