Has anyone used the Skycop holster?

Has anyone used the Skycop holster?

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    Has anyone used the Skycop holster?

    I am looking into getting a new concealed holster for driving and have seen and heard about the Skycop holster. I was wondering if anyone has used this product, for how long and if they are happy with it. I spend MANY hours driving and sitting and want something that will not be uncomfortable or hinder my need to draw if needed. Thanks in advance for any help on this topic. I am right handed and understand that cross draw is needed in my situation.


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    I've been looking at that holster also and hope you get some feedback.
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    Are you talking about this holster, or a different one?

    Galco SKYOPS

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    I bought a $6 fanny pack at Walmart in sporting goods. Holds my Ruger sp101 perfectly. It's secure and sits right across my lap. If I need to remove it and put it under my seat I can do it without exiting my vehicle. Cheapest/easiest solution I've found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranger45 View Post
    Are you talking about this holster, or a different one?

    Galco SKYOPS
    The SkyOps holster from Galco. I use one for my G19 and G23. It's a tuckable IWB holster that I like very well. It works well for me, very secure and comfortable. It's also ambidexterous, but it's not a cross draw holster. I might suggest Mitch Rosen and or the counter carjacking rigs for your situation. Excellent holsters IMO.
    http://www.mitchrosen.com/product_li..._holsters.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stranger45 View Post
    Are you talking about this holster, or a different one?

    Galco SKYOPS
    If I were a betting man I would say since he mentioned cross draw and sky cop that he means the DeSantis, Sky Cop holster.






    I have had one for a S&W 3913 about 5 years and have 2 complaints with it, one is that it doesn't have a sweat sheild, as a fat guy I like leather between my gut and the gun. Second it is only made for 1 1/4" belts, I usually prefer to wear 1 1/2".


    Bell charter oak makes a couple nice crossdraws, there web site makes it hard to find them though. I think they have one for semi auto's and 2 for small revolvers.
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    Super Trucker,

    Thanks for that link, for some reason when I searched for sky cop I could not find anything, and was just wondering if there was something else out there that I didn’t know about (which there is a LOT). :)
    Last edited by Stranger45; March 29th, 2010 at 04:21 PM.

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    DeSantis SKY COP (RIGHT) holster & SIG P226 - really sweet (for me)

    Having the opportunity to choose from a selection a 9mm pistol (had-gun) at my gun club in Jerusalem, for personal protection, the SIG SAUER P226 was the best on % of bullets in A-zone.
    I then, over some months, tried various holsters that may suit my week-in-week-out routine.
    Cross-draw was the only option - as I spend a fifth of my time driving and a thirds of my time at a desk and I carry (openly) 24/7 (with 20x9mm mag. + 2 no 20x9mm mags.)
    To my mind and for all practical purposes the SKY COP holster is the most practical for my regimen.
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    Check Fist Holsters. They call them driving holsters.
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    The Sky Cop apparently won't fit a 1.5" belt. What were they thinking?!

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    He was definitely talking about the SkyCop holster. I just ordered it. I'll post a review when I get it, and again after I use it for a week or so.
    hold tight. If not, buy it anyway. We all have a bunch of holsters that we don't use.
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    You do realize this thread is three years old.
    That being said, it looks good for what it is. I checked them out recently. Shop around. They show up on sale at times.
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