We call this rugged holster the "Gotov" which is Russian for "Ready!". Your trusty Tokarev sidearm will be at the ready with this functional and attractive Outside Waist Band (OWB) kydex holster made exclusively for Strike Hard Gear.
The Gotov OWB holster allows the user to easily carry and conceal their favorite communist bloc sidearm in a state of the art fashion. These holsters are based on the proven pancake design that naturally rides very close to the body providing the maximum amount of comfort and concealability. They are also constucted with a minimum of .08" Kydex providing an unmatched level of durability. You will find that the Gotov is just as functional whether worn on the street or on the range.
Comes with 1.5" belt loops with adjustable cant to match your carry style.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Nov 2013
Quality item. Have had it for 2 years now. Good fit, durable.
Posted by redfox armory blacksmith shop. on 16th Sep 2013
ive been using this holster for years. normally i like leather holsters. and my skinny slender frame and bony hips made it difficult to find a holster that hugs my body but doesnt sag my belt like what you see cowboys wear in old westerns. the only thing i had to modify is the ejection port had to be heated and pressed out. so strike hard gear listen up. to make the holster easy to draw and not take bits of plastic i took a lighter and gently heated the area on the ejection port was molded or "indented" and pressed it out smooth. after i did that the gun came out smoothly when needed, but wouldnt fall out. and it stopped scraping bits of plastic. i also would like to thank them for actually caring about left handed people (like me) who always get screwed in the firearms accessory market which is all right handed stuff. as soon as i get the money ill be buying another holster for my cz 82.
Posted by JG on 9th Jul 2013
This is not a large holster, but is is a very comfortable one, and adjustable for ride height and angle. Simple, well-fitted, holds well but not too firmly. This will make carrying the Tok a lot easier and more comfortable. You hardly know you're wearing it. Would be nice if they made a matching double-mag carrier too.
Posted by Colin on 7th Jun 2013
Sturdy, quality product.
Posted by Unknown on 31st May 2013
Made of good sturdy materials. Belt loop adjustments are easy. Fits and retains weapon solidily
Posted by Bob on 26th Mar 2013
Quality product! Rugged construction. Retention is perfect in my opinion. Wore it all day with no issues or complaints. Profile is so slim, easily concealed with just a t shirt. Couldn't be happier with this holster. Customer service at Strike Hard Gear is on point too. I will be a returning customer for sure.
Posted by Pat on 10th Mar 2013
Good retention. I am able to move about my daily activities without my pistol falling out. Felt decent while sitting in the car. The slide release clip DID get caught and pulled out once, I noticed when the catch fell out of the pistol. But other than that, no issues at all. Debating getting one for my Makarov.
Posted by Brent on 6th Mar 2013
I LOVE this holster. Unfortunately, the bracket which holds the slide release in place on the Tokarev doesn't sit well in the kydex divot made for it. It's not terrible, it still serves the purpose of retention, and hasn't knocked that bracket loose yet, I just wish there was a little more of a clearing for it. Other than that ONE little problem, I really like this holster. It's well put together, retention is good and tight (but not too tight) and it's very close fitting to the body. Would absolutely buy another one of these if the need ever arises.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Oct 2012
This holster is perfect for my needs. Keeps the unit in place and snug up against my body. I'm going to order another holster for my Sig
Posted by Scott Cox on 26th Jul 2012
I have looked high and low for a quality Tokarev holster. Well people, here it is!!!! This is one tough customer! Thick, very concealable, and worth every penny. Fit was outstanding, except for a little tightness on the draw. This is no fault of the manufacturer, as most Tokarevs doesn't have a safety where mine was located. (Polish T33) But a little careful heat with the heat gun, and it was fine. Don't miss out on this one! Will be posting results on Tokarev.com.