VersaCarry Carry: Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day

It’s the holster that got my attention in this particular pocket dump. VersaCarry has been making the rounds again as they come out with new holster designs but might be a bit better known for models like their ZeroBulk Holster (that one launched something like eight years ago). Their newer designs do provide more coverage than the originals, which is a pro, and don’t require you to insert a peg into your gun’s barrel from the muzzle end – also a pro.

What do you guys think? Has VersaCarry come a long way? Are the newer designs something you would use?



  1. avatar D says:

    I the the worst junk on the market, rivaled only by Fobus

    1. avatar D says:

      “IT” no “I” What happened to the edit feature?

    2. avatar ai338 says:

      Fobus is indeed garbage.

  2. avatar Kevin says:

    Fobus and Uncle Mike’s get punched on a lot but they do have some holsters that are pretty good.

    However, Versa Carry is to crappy holsters as Hi-Point is to crappy pistols.

  3. avatar joel says:

    I wouldn’t use that hoster, but i do like the old school smith and wesson!

    1. avatar Rokurota says:

      What is it? 457? I have one and it is very difficult to find holsters for. I had Ed Rodek make one for it.

  4. avatar JD says:

    Fobus, uncle mikes, Versa carry = 💩

    1. avatar The Dude Abides says:


  5. avatar Kman says:

    Their holsters do not look impressive but I’ve never owned one.
    I have owned 2 versacarry belts and they are nice and frequently on sale.

  6. avatar Cloudbuster says:

    I’ll just hop on the bandwagon. That’s a really terrible holster. Looks like it fits poorly, has poor retention. Looks like it relies almost completely on the belt holding the gun in place. Only marginally better than stuffing the gun in your waistband.

  7. avatar Dog of War says:

    Well at least you’ve got a good knife. :p

  8. avatar Pmac says:

    No experience with them, bit just looking at the pic, no. One size fits all is never a good thing. Especially when it comes to pistols and holsters. I want my leather tooled to fit my particular weapon.

  9. avatar possum says:

    Super glue and a milk jug.

  10. avatar B.D. says:

    Whole lotta nope.

  11. avatar Enuf says:

    No way.

    Galco thumb break leather on the belt for the full size pistol.

    DeSantis Firefly in the pocket for the mouse gun.

    And he’s carrying two knives but only one spare magazine? Seriously?

    1. avatar SoCalJack says:

      For the 2 knives, i’m guessing one is for left hand draw and the other for right. The fancy one is primarily for personal defense and the other primairly as a tool. The typical minimal loadout, on that EDC website, for gun owners seem to be: gun, spare mag, 2 knives, and flashlight. I tried the 2 knife thing for a while, but it didn’t work out for me.

  12. avatar The Tabasco Kid says:

    Wow, buncha experts who never owned the holster shown sure know alllllll about how well it fits and retains. I’ve been wearing that same holster shown for a month with my SW9VE and had zero issues with comfort or retention.

    Galco makes a couple of generic fit holsters with no retention straps but they are somehow holier than Versacarry? Buncha effing snobs.

    1. avatar Cloudbuster says:

      Written like someone who’s never had a decent holster.

  13. avatar Marty says:

    The only experience I have with them is a double mag pouch. Not at all impressed.

  14. avatar raptor jesus says:

    Looks like a mutant Yaqui style holster.

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