Rekkr Custom Kydex Holsters——"The Constitution"

Phil White
by Phil White
“We The People”

A few weeks ago I was searching the Internet for new holster designs made from Kydex. As much as new designs I was looking for quality. Since the popularity of Kydex as a holster material the number of companies making Kydex holsters has skyrocketed and not always with the best quality.

When I found Rekkr Custom Kydex Holsters I found a darn good holster that didn’t break the bank. Rekkr charges $50 for standard holsters and $90 for a custom like the, self named, “Constitution” shown in this article.

Gadsden pattern

I contacted the company and talked with them about the various holsters they sell. I found they use quality hardware to join the halves and use quality .08 Kydex in the body of the holsters. I was drawn to the design of the holster shown and ordered it. Besides it seemed appropriate since we are celebrating Independence Day this weekend!

Rekkr sells a basic number (nine) of solid color holsters as well as the Gadsden and the holster I received. Rekkr offers these holsters in OWB, IWB compact and paddle. They also sell mag pouches and knife sheaths. Custom options are also available if you contact them.

"We the People"

The fit and finish of these holsters is very good. The edges of the holster match perfectly. The edges are also smoothed and slightly rounded which keeps the user from being scratched by rough edges found on lesser holsters. The holes drilled for the hardware are even and uniform throughout. With the custom holsters the graphics are applied evenly and very uniform in color. The graphics are also crisp and clear. I ordered mine to fit a 1911 which in this case is my Remington R1 Enhanced. The fit was excellent with no play but not overly tight on the pistol. You can turn the holster upside down with the pistol in it and the pistol won’t fall out. The bottom line is these holsters are well made with quality materials and well worth the asking price.

Rekkr Custom Kydex

Phil White
Phil White

Retired police officer with 30 years of service. Firearms instructor and SRU team member. I still instruct with local agencies. My daily carry pistol is the tried and true 1911. I'm retired as associate editor since December 14th 2017. My replacement is my friend Pete M email: pete.m@staff.thefirearmblog.com you can reach Pete for product reviews etc.

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  • Jacqueshacques Jacqueshacques on Jul 06, 2015

    Just one person's opinion, but if I ever had to shoot someone and there was a chance the jury would see the holster I drew from, I probably wouldn't want it to say "don't tread on me." Do what you want, this is America, but I'm going to go out of my way not to look like I'm looking for trouble.

    • Mike Mike on Jul 06, 2015

      @Jacqueshacques Jacqueshacques, I can do a Don't tread on me design.

  • MrEllis MrEllis on Jul 08, 2015

    Seems a bit tacky, subjective things are just that though. I like the black ones, a fellow near us makes excellent custom ones for real cheap.

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