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Martin-who-works-with-me is looking at the RapidTuck model for his P238.

Before he shells out the $$$ for this, do any of you have a Vedder RapidTuck?

If so, what do you like or not like about it?



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While I don’t have the rapidtuck, I do have their lighttuck and lightdraw for both my Glock 19 and 43. I’m fairly sure the quality would be just as good for the rapidtuck. Also, they are running a Labor Day sale, 10% off with LABORDAY18 code, it expires today.
 
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The reviews on their website seem quite shady. Every product has 5/5 for reviews. Makes me wonder if they're deleting the ones that aren't 5 stars...


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I have the light tuck, and like it a lot.


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I have 3 light tuck holsters (G19.5,G43,Sig229). Each has been outstanding. Holster tension is adjustable, as is the cant and ride height. I would definitely rate my experiemce with all three as 5/5.
 
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I’ve been thinking about Vedder for a while. With the weekend 15% off sale I ordered a ‘lightdraw’ for an LC9 Pro to try out.
 
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Just got my 2nd Vedder IWB and am very satisfied with the price, quality and production time.
Both fit my CCW's like a glove and they come with a nice pouch when they're not in use.
 
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I have a couple of LightTuck IWBs and a couple of LightDraw OWBs. They're well-made holsters. Vedder ships pretty fast. My last one took a week.



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They get 5/5 ratings because they are really good.
I use a rapid tuck with my P225A for comfort but on a smaller gun like a 238 I would get the Light tuck. I use one of those with a RM380 and it is invisible with a t-shirt.
 
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I have two Vedder holsters and have been more than happy with them. The Claw add on really keeps the gun tight to your body.


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I've got a lighttuck with the claw holding my P365 right now and love it. I also am using their leather belt with it. the belt is very well made but it is very thick. The only problem is my otterbox phone clip won't close.
 
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I currently have 2 light tuck holsters. I like them alot.
 
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deleting this because I've only had it a couple of days.

Pretty good quality, not sure I have the right combo of belt to wear with it. With a heavy gun belt it rides higher than I would prefer.

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deleting this because I've only had it a couple of days.

Pretty good quality, not sure I have the right combo of belt to wear with it. With a heavy gun belt it rides higher than I would prefer.


The VEDDER (assuming you have a "Light Tuck") can be adjusted up/down as well as cant. Did you try that?


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The VEDDER (assuming you have a "Light Tuck") can be adjusted up/down as well as cant. Did you try that?


That's why I deleted. I need more than a couple of evenings of wearing it around the house before I write a review. It arrived in the highest position, moved it to middle to try and will try the low another time.
 
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The VEDDER (assuming you have a "Light Tuck") can be adjusted up/down as well as cant. Did you try that?


That's why I deleted. I need more than a couple of evenings of wearing it around the house before I write a review. It arrived in the highest position, moved it to middle to try and will try the low another time.


I find the middle position best for most of mine. It allows me to get a secure grasp/draw. The lowest position does not w/o a severe cant. I prefer an almost neutral cant.


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