Here you will find answers to questions about our kydex holsters, holster shipping time, and other business related questions.
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Every holster is completely handmade in our warehouse. Because of this, our lead time is stated at the top of our website. If you look at the date of your purchase from your confirmation email you will have a rough idea of when your order will ship. Please do not contact us before the max lead time days has elapsed, since this is precious time spent on making holsters in our queue.
No, if the gun model is not listed we are not able to make your holster.
No, if the light model is not listed we are not able to make your holster.
Yes all our holsters are handmade in Utah, USA.
For our OWB holster we rivet two pieces of kydex together. If you select a pattern for the back sheet, you will be able to orient that pattern to face the gun while holstered, or for it to face your body.
Yes, minimum of 15% whether or not we have started production.
We currently do NOT offer any rushed orders.
No your holster will not work properly without the light mounted on the gun since retention is built around the light for light bearing holsters.
No, we currently do not offer local pickup even if you only live down the road.
The kydex click comes from the pocket created in the trigger guard of a gun/holster. When you add a light to the holster you loose this pocket and not all our holsters will have an audible click. Depending on your light/gun model combo will play a huge role in whether or not you have a click. We still build adjustable friction retention in nearly all our holsters so that they perform as they should.
All of our holsters are made using stock gun molds, meaning if you have a slide that is not factory the holster may not fit properly and you may have fitment issues. Kydex is a thermoplastic that is harder than leather, and will overtime cause wear on your firearm, this can be accelerated if you have cerakote (added thickness) or aftermarket slide/parts.
No, hardware is not covered under warranty. Screws will work themselves out, this is why we recommend you always check your hardware on your holster. Most clips have a mild loctite applied to the screws when we assemble, but screws will overtime work themselves free. We offer specific hardware kits on our website you can buy for additional screws or to replace missing screws. https://odinholsters.com/products/holster-specific-hardware-kit