There is a short "break-in" period and upon initial use, the Versacarry® will be tight fitting. The Versacarry® will loosen up and conform to your firearm over a 3-5 day period. During this time, you may see some shavings from the barrel retention rod. This is a completely normal process during the break in period. You can apply a small amount of gun oil to all sides of the Versacarry®’s retention rod, and also leave the Versacarry® in the firearm for 24-48 hours to expedite this process.
Yes, the Versacarry® is completely ambidextrous. It can be configured for left or right handed carry directly out of the packaging.
No, once the trigger guard is installed it should not be removed. The trigger guard has been designed to be permanently self-locking and does not require adhesive. You should choose one configuration, right- or left-handed.
No, the Versacarry® is only intended for inside the waistband.
No, the Versacarry® is not designed to be tuck-able. We are currently developing a tuck-able version.
Yes, you should always wear a belt when using the Versacarry®.
A standard 1.5" belt designed for concealed carry.
Yes, you do have to install the trigger guard. Installing the trigger guard provides protection from unintentionally accessing the trigger as well as it provides a flush surface for easy and effective removal.
Yes, this is normal during the first 3-5 days of use.
No, the Versacarry® must be completely removed and re-inserted onto your handgun. Then, as a whole unit, the handgun and Versacarry® can be inserted into your waistline.
No, the Versacarry® will remain secured to your waistline.
Like many in the firearm industry, we have adopted safety warnings that insure anyone who uses a firearm is safe. We cannot know the level of firearm or safety training a user may have, so for safety, we recommend not carrying a loaded firearm. Any user should always fully read their firearm's instruction manual and carry under the manufacturer’s recommendations.
Yes, you can use the Versacarry® with any accessory combination, especially lasers.
No, the trigger guard is permanently self-locking and does not require adhesive.
No, the Versacarry® will not harm your firearm in any way.
No, the Versacarry® will not harm your gun's finish. However, as with every holster and material on the market today some wear is unavoidable and normal. We have performed thousands of test draws and they still do not show any wear.
Yes, sweat may get on your gun. As with any inside the waistband concealed carry device, sweat is always going to come in contact with some part of the firearm. Proper gun care and maintenance is always recommended. With today's tough, rust resistant finishes it's not an issue. Oil your firearm every couple of days and you'll be fine.
No, if somehow a user manages to break a barrel retention rod it will drop free from the barrel. The rod is sized .015 under the barrel's diameter.
The barrel retention rods are colored for quick caliber identification. Grey rods are for .380’s, yellow rods are for 9mm, red are for .40 cal, and blue is for .45’s.
We have many users that are law enforcement officers. Some LEOs use the Versacarry® for off duty carry, and others use the Versacarry® in active undercover work. We also have active duty and retired military users.
Yes, we currently carry multiple Versacarry® models specifically designed for 5-shot revolvers.
By definition the Versacarry® is not a holster. The patent pending Versacarry® is so unique, there is not a term to define it. It is a new and revolutionary concealed carry invention.
Yes, the revolutionary Versacarry® is patented.
The clip portion is made of a custom plastic resin designed for durability, strength, and heat resistance. This material doesn't sweat or breathe and requires no maintenance.
The barrel retention rod is made of Delrin, a very strong plastic that has a natural lubrication property. The barrel retention rod is cut to exactly fifteen thousandths of an inch below the barrel’s inner diameter. Due to the exacting manufacturing tolerances the barrel retention rods will never harm a gun’s barrel in anyway and ensure they will never become a barrel obstruction. During assembly the barrel retention rod is attached using a 1.25" coated steel fastener that securely fastens the clip portion to the barrel retention rod. This fastener travels the entire length of the rod to guarantee strength and integrity within the part.
The screw is a coated steel fastener which securely fastens the clip portion to the barrel retention rod. This fastener self taps through the entire length of the barrel retention rod to guarantee strength and integrity within the part.
No, we do not recommend modifying or altering your Versacarry® in any way. This could result in compromising the performance of the Versacarry®.
When ready to insert the Versacarry® into the firearm make sure to grip the belt clip portion of the Versacarry® and not the bottom of the clip with the retention rod. Users should never place their hand or any other body parts in front of the firearms barrel.
No, although the diameter of these calibers are the same, the clip has a different design to accommodate for variations in frame size between the two.
No, the Versacarrier™ retains the original round capacity of the magazine.
No, the Versacarrier™ is made separately for left and right handed users.
Yes, the Versacarrier™ is designed to work for inside and outside the waistband carry. In order to use for outside the waistband carry the user must attach the Versacarrier™ between the pants and the belt.
No, the 9mm and 380 Versacarriers™ are not interchangeable.
No, the Versacarrier™ should only be used for the magazine specified.
Yes, the Versahub™ is ambidextrous.
Yes, the Versahub™ will work with guns that have lasers and lights attached.
No, the Versahub™ is designed to only work with the Versacarry® and Versacarrier™.
No, unfortunately all products must be purchased separately.
No, but we do not recommend using the Versahub™ where children are present as stated in our safety manual, “DO NOT attempt to use the Versahub™ in a household or environment where children are likely to be, and can obtain access to the firearm.”