They have what you might call "level one retention". It's your typical molded plastic trigger guard retention scheme with a screw to adjust tension. I wear mine while hunting and I have never worried about the pistol coming loose. I suppose you could modify the holster by adding a thumb break strap. You might also try contacting them directly to ask about a more secure model. I emailed the company several times and the person I talked to was very helpful.Ender, I've read about the Forged Tec. I agree, looks great but I didn't see one with a retention button.
I second the Forged Tec holster, it is awesome.Anybody try a Glock (19, 26, ...) hard plastic holster with the P17? Probable would need some cut-out work for the P17 mag release.
I would like a retention button holster with the paddle for the P17. Minor modifications would be OK.
That's my thought. A retailer has many Glock holsters for about $20 with button retention. The image you show leads me to believe a Glock 17 holster may fit the P17, if part of the holster is trimmed, so the Kel Tec mag release doesn't interfere.
I ordered one of these and I mentioned the matchpoint system and if he could make a shell to mount.The ForgedTec holster is a good fit, has adjustable retention, and the "combat loop" belt attachment is very secure. With the combat loop its 4.2oz,and the paddle is probably a tad less.
The only issue I can see would be for concealment: the holster is pretty far past the end of the barrel, but that may be to shroud the 1/2-28 thread adapter when fitted.
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To your point about retention, Trigw: The retention button is attached to an adjustable length of velcro so you can determine it's position relative to how deep you have the pistol indexed, and you can see a loop on the outside in my pics that is actually a secondary length of material with velcro for retention that wraps over the button toward the body side. I have it tucked away as I don't plan to use it. Unless you meant an open top holster with compression retention for speed... I may have misunderstood what you mean by club use.Great option, great price. Very versatile. I will get one of those also. Looks like it will fit nearly every mid-full size application. For club use, the hard plastic holster with retention but for all else, the Excellent Elite Spanker looks better.