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    Auto holster

    What are you using for a holster in you car / truck (outside of glove box or console carry)? I have seen the under the steering column holster option but I am not thrilled with the placement based on my car. Curious what others are doing.

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    Keep remora in car for crossdraw while driving than back to summer special upon arrival
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    I keep it where it belongs. On my hip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy8 View Post
    Keep remora in car for crossdraw while driving than back to summer special upon arrival
    That, or keep the Remora stuck between the driver's seat and the console of the van while driving. Each has its good points. But use of a Remora in some way is always a good idea. OR ....... you could:

    (Haven't used that one in a while and figured it was time! )
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    My car has a compartment built in under the radio that has a flip-down cover. I took a cheap Blackhawk holster and used velcro to fix it to the bottom of the compartment. I don't have to worry about it flying around if I have a rollover, it is full concealed, and I can access it more quickly than if I had it on my hip while driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robhic View Post
    That, or keep the Remora stuck between the driver's seat and the console of the van while driving. Each has its good points. But use of a Remora in some way is always a good idea. OR ....... you could:

    (Haven't used that one in a while and figured it was time! )
    Only problem there is if you stop quick, you might crack the windshield.
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    When I drive with anyone in the front seat, my weapon is on me. When I drive solo, my weapon is in the ccw pouch of my UTG Tactical Organizer (clone of the Maxpedition Jumbo Versipack), zipper open, within easy reach. I'm a creature of habit/routine.
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    A D'Santis Kingston carseat holster.


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    Inexpensive gun show holster clipped to console




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    Holster on my hip aways.

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    Tried the under the steering wheel setup, didn't like it. Mounted a Sherpa inside the console of my PU and love it.

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    Gum Creek holster under the steering column.
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    MIC holster in center console.

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