November 22nd, 2005 08:44 AM
Interesting carry method...
I have been looking at a NAA Guardian lately. Due to my work uniform and the type of work I do, I am pretty much limited to deep concealment or pocket carry.
I prefer pocket carry, for comfort and because it is much easier to get at if you need it. At any rate, It seems someone has come up with a new twist on pocket carry. (new to me anyhow)
See the attachment below.
It is just a leather holster to keep the gun from getting turned around in your pocket, but stays on the weapon when firing.
I have heard of wallet holsters, but this seems much more refined.
November 22nd, 2005 09:35 AM
I recall a discussion about that holster somewhere -- a wallet holster where the firearm is fired while in the wallet may not be legal. I know there was a leather holster for the High-Standard derringer that looked like a wallet. It was pulled off the market. It may be that since that "holster" attaches to the NAA gun, it's not considered a wallet holster.
ok - found it. If the gun is disguised while in the holster, then it's an Any Other Weapon per ATF. Doesn't look disguised to me --
Hopefully, someone has tried one of these, as it does look interesting.
November 22nd, 2005 11:52 AM
I've seen similar for J-frame revolvers.
Clever work, that.
November 22nd, 2005 12:34 PM
If you're going to purchase a NAA Guardian either in 32 or 380, please take a good look at the DA trigger assy, as it's connected to the hammer. A close friend of mine purchased the 380 and found the transfer bar to be of flimsy material. The bar, that connects to the hammer, litterally broke off, right at the point of connection at the trigger. One shot is all he got off, and the weapon froze up solid. I took the gun apart and found the bar to be a casting, instead of solid stainless. The gun went back to NAA, and they fixed it up with a solid peice of stainless. Just some good usefull info for you to utilize
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November 22nd, 2005 04:34 PM
Looks interesting, but the trigger not being covered gives me some concerns. I don't want something in my pocket that could accidently go off.
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November 22nd, 2005 05:11 PM
Mixed feelings on that - certainly it breaks up the shape but overall I think I'd still prefer a ''normal'' pocket rig - giving trigger protection, at least partly - plus a means of reducing lint accumulation.
Not a bad idea - but not for me.
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November 22nd, 2005 05:14 PM
November 22nd, 2005 05:21 PM
I bought a Pocket-slipper for my KelTec & found it changed the grip significantly. For the worse for me - it may be different for you. I had to take it off.
November 23rd, 2005 04:40 PM
Gilberts is listed as a dealer.
http://www.artofthehide.com/ I have used one with a Kel-Tec 32. Works OK - also like the Belt clip. Works ok in jeans but moves alot in 511 pants.
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