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    Although the trigger appears to be firmly covered, I still do not like the tucking of a firearm inside the waistband without a holster hooking to the belt in some manner...I guess that's just me.
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    Well its not for every body I guess but I hav really come to like it. At my 3:00, I forget its there.
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    To each his own. I like my Glocks to be stable IWB. I'm sure that this holster may be comfortable, but it isn't for me. I also like the ability to reholster with one hand in case the threat changes and I need to go to hands on.

    For those that like it, have at it.
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    I kinda like it.

    I'd be interested in one for my .357 J frame though. Thanks for the heads up.
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    I have been useing my MIC for about a week now and it is a very nice way to carry.
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    Cool beans.

    Did you have to adjust/alter the length of the cord in anyway to achieve an optimum weapon height..?
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    I'm NOT a fan of appendix carry, just because I find it uncomfortable while sitting down. Though, I'd be lying if I said I never thought about Mexican carry. The main thing that bothers me is the uncovered trigger. This solves the problem. My other concern was that fact that the gun would no be "secrure". Clipdraw has an answer for that. I just don't like the big clip hanging off the side. A friend has a clipdraw on his G36. It does nothing for ergonomics.

    Certainly this is nice because it takes away the bulk, and it's simple and easy to put on unlike some holsters.

    The next best solution I have found for comfortable, near holsterless IWB carry is my Blade-Tech. It carries deep and is made of VERY thin Kydex. It almost feels the same without a holster at all.

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    it seems like the gun would move around too much. besides, i refuse to have a loaded firearm pointed at my "fun zone"
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    I believe Raven did it first

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    I prefer a standard holster myself. Something like a summer special or a CTAC.

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    I have seen something similar awhile back that was marketed for pocket carry. I think it might be good for use with a holster Tee(5.11) on the rare occasion that I need to conceal in a dress shirt and pants. I have always been just a little leary of having an unprotected trigger in a soft cloth holster. I may be making something for use on my P32 and P3AT when clip carried.
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    Well I dont carry in the appendix...because I am too fat. I carry at the 3:00 and the gun is very comfortable and sturdy there. The holster is not a conventional holster for EDC for me, just an occasional use.
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    Well, instead of carrying a neck knife, you could carry a neck gun!

    I could see a couple uses for this other than for carry though.
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    I am sure there is a place for this. It just is not for me.

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    Oh boy and here we go.....

    First and foremost, in the vids we are not teaching firearms safety. Yes I know~ALWAYS practice firearms safety and I do agree, there are some needless safety violations in the videos, we will pay more attention to that in all future vids. To the positive side of things what we are demonstrating is that with many of todays glock owners, there is this subculture of tigger jobs resulting in some 2lb trigger pulls. We don't like this, but it is a fact of life. One doesn't have to look very far for a news story, a video or images on the web of AD's with glocks. The video shows just how easy it is to harm yourself with the Glock pistol, and the MIC is just ONE of many ways to help prevent that from happening, while also helping to secure a weapon that thousands of people ALREADY carry in this postion with no protection. The MIC, as we have stated for the last couple of years is not the end all holster for every application. What it is however, is a way to carry your glock in VERY deep concealment, while retaining ease of access AND some loss prevention of the firearm.

    Some like it, some don't as with all carry systems and hoslters. What I can say, is there are too many LE agencies to list, that have approved the MIC for on-duty carry for UC guys, and off duty agency wide. Agencies in the US and Canada, federal agencies, Swat Teams, and a few other Alphabet agencies have given this product there whole hearted seal of approval.

    I designed the hoslter, and I too carry other types of holsters from time to time, depending on my situation, where I'm going, how I am dressing and so forth. When I, and many other people who have carried a firearm for a living, and have had to and continue to deal with some of the worst scum of the earth, in some of the most dangerious places in this country want to make a glock VANISH...The MIC becomes a very good option to have on hand.
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