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Holster for Dodge pick up

This is a discussion on Holster for Dodge pick up within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by BikerRN My preferred holster for a Dodge Pick Up was handmade in 1941. It's snug fitting, weatherproof and protects the truck. To ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BikerRN View Post
    My preferred holster for a Dodge Pick Up was handmade in 1941. It's snug fitting, weatherproof and protects the truck.

    To move this holster I require a semi truck or two, so I generally find it best to not move this holster. It was made by the Garage Company. With a little general maintenance it will last 100 years or more, which is a lot longer than I care to be alive.

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    But that's going to pretty much restrict him to OWB carry.

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    this might work.... under the steering column
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chaplain Scott View Post
    this might work.... under the steering column
    That's exactly how mine works as described above, except that it's flipped over the other way.

    Great minds think alike!

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    Okay, I finally got "un-lazy" enough to get out there and take a pic:



    What you see is what I described above. I bent an aluminum strip into a position to mate with my two mounting points and bolted it in. I then mounted a Comp-Tac Infidel kydex holster to it. I took two canvas straps from a junky "one size fits many" nylon holster. The top one is held in by a screw. The bottom one attaches to velcro glued onto the Infidel holster. I added a piece of cloth to hang down for further disguising on the left side in case someone were to glance in from a low position (very unlikely). This rig holds the gun very securely until I need it.

    It looks wide open in the picture, but the gun is totally invisible to anyone in the truck, including me behind the wheel. But...I know exactly where it is and I can lean just slightly forward, pop the snap upward with my thumb, and have it in my hand very quickly.

    EDIT: I forgot this part. That's my XD 45 Compact.
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    Someone suggested this to me in a previous thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TennesseeTen View Post
    Someone suggested this to me in a previous thread.

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    That idea makes me nervous. I could totally see the gun flying to who-knows-where in a collision.
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    Lightbulb Thanks for responding

    by posting and your PM's to a Newbie.

    Several good ideas, now have to decide which one to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stella cj View Post

    Several good ideas, now have to decide which one to use.
    Whatever you end up using, let us know. Preferably with pics.
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