I was trolling eBay looking for a holster for my glock 32. Came up with this one. I like to call my accidental retention holster because i didn’t know it was a retention holster until I bought it. This time on Gun Physics, my Safariland retention holster. I like paddle holsters because they come on and off pretty easily. This one is canted forward slightly – not adjustable. Has a little bit of a rug inside it to aid with retention and I put it in the first time and then I pulled on it and I couldn’t get out. It was like wait, what’s going on here? Why can’t I? Oh. So then rotated it, then it pops right out. It has a nice big indentation for the barrel hood and there’s a little spring-loaded lever deep inside that pushes the whole gun forward. Keeps it retained. It’s a little bit tight when you re-holster – you kinda have to push forward on the slide to keep it in battery. With a little practice it goes on pretty easily. Gotta pull out your belt and jiggle it in there. There’s a hook on the holster side that hooks onto your belt. Keeps it on the belt. This is not adjustable retention. That’s fixed and what you have to do is grab it and rotate backwards. So you go down, get a full grip, rotate backwards a little bit. It’s a strange motion, probably not the best, and you really do have to practice. There. You can’t pull it forward, straight up. Gotta to go backward a little bit. I figure out a really need a retention holster but if you’re looking for one – if you need a little bit of peace of mind while you’re open carrying. Go for it. I do hope that you, being a person of the gun, did notice my little clip where I’m carrying near my crotchal area. A bit embarrassing if you didn’t, right? Anyway, that’s my Safariland accidental retention holster. Grab one. 20 bucks on eBay. And thanks for watching Gun Fzx Subscribe for more.