His service is just awesome. As soon as I submitted my order I got a phone call to confirm the order. I had rotator cuff surgery 4 weeks ago and needed a round holster for my 442 for my Dickies uniform pants. The square Desantis holster just wasn’t working out flat on my back at my physical therapy appointments. All good though as my physical therapist stated that it’s a crazy world and we’re all packing. I’ve been wanting to try out MiKa’s pocket holsters for years. This domanant shoulder surgery has pushed me to a rounded pocket holster. He’ll, I’ve never had any front pants pockets that were square come to think of it.
I just received my first, this one for a LCP Max. Took a little over a week from the time I placed the online order, got a phone call from Robert Mika confirming the order which was quite professional. Nice quality product that I'll no doubt order more.
Posts: 887 | Location: Central Ohio | Registered: January 05, 2018
Glad he's still around. I ordered one of these about 15 years ago. He called me, and when I picked up, he pretended to be dispatch calling me into work for an emergency... I was only half awake and he got me good.
Then he ended up confirming the order and we chatted briefly.
I have one for my model 60. His service is fantastic, the product is outstanding. Truly the product of a bygone era. Personalized contact, personalized product, and a lovely chat over the phone. Highly recommended.
Posts: 34 | Location: S. Oregon | Registered: December 23, 2021
He's the real deal. Everything he makes, and every transaction he conducts, is done with complete integrity. As others have mentioned, less than a minute after placing an order, he called me on the phone to learn more about what I really needed, and he quickly convinced me that every holster that leaves his shop is highly concealable, and designed for one function alone : to save lives with a quick and reliable draw stroke.
Posts: 110 | Location: Chicago area | Registered: April 01, 2018
I had one for a Kahr PM9 (no longer have the gun), have one for a Ruger LCP since c, 2014, and just ordered one for my new P365. He is the only pocket holster maker (that I've tried) who understands that, unlike a belt holster, the pocket holster is supposed to position the gun, not retain it. That is a function of the pocket. Consequently, they fit too tightly and more often than not the holster stays on the gun when you draw it. He gave me a personal phone call shortly after I placed the order, too.
Posts: 27725 | Location: Johnson City/Elizabethton, TN | Registered: April 28, 2012