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Breaking In Your Holster

Breaking In Your Holster

MDJ Holsters will require a break-in period that varies for each firearm.  Until the backing has been broken in a bit, the holster may have an overall tight fit. Here are some tricks to speed up the break-in process of your holster:

Option 1: Leave the UNLOADED firearm in the holster overnight. The muzzle of the firearm can be covered with a few grocery bags or socks to thicken the frame up a bit prior to holstering.

Option 2: Holster and draw the UNLOADED firearm approximately 20 times in succession (more or less as needed).

Option 3: Wear the holster around the house for a few evenings. The leather backing will not only conform to the pistol but also to your body frame.