DeSantis - Kingston Car Seat Holster

DeSantis - Kingston Car Seat Holster

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    Question DeSantis - Kingston Car Seat Holster

    Has anyone had experience with the DeSantis Kingston Car Seat Holster?

    I am looking for a car holster, this one has the apparent versatility of being capable of also being able to be carried IWB/OWB. From what I can see it is their Pro Stealth model with straps which attach to the driver seat.

    http://www.desantisholster.com/n92.html
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    Boy thats kind of intersting might be nice for long trips wish pic was better

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    Course that could be a little touchy getting pulled over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bud White
    Course that could be a little touchy getting pulled over

    True but with a CCW license the problem with the law probably becomes a mute point. What I like about it is that it keeps the gun at the ready and the holster is also a IWB/OWB ambidextrious.
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    Pretty cool. I wonder if I could thread the holster strap under a seat cover with just the holster (and pistol) protruding.....

    Do any other manufacturers make similar holsters?

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    Even with a CCW its where pistol is at and trying to tell um before they see it and get trigger happy

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    Hmmm... I need a pic of the holster with a driver to satisfy my legal curiosity. Some states will not allow open carry even with a CCW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCS2
    True but with a CCW license the problem with the law probably becomes a mute point. What I like about it is that it keeps the gun at the ready and the holster is also a IWB/OWB ambidextrious.
    Right now in Ohio your gun needs to either be locked or on your person and in plain sight. Unfortunately this wouldn't work.
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    I recently ordered this looking for an alternative carry for the car and am waiting for it to arrive. I like that it makes your gun somewhat concealed while being very accessible. Though the web site picture seems intentionally incomplete, it does appear that you have to sit on the strap that holds the holster in place.

    I have seat covers and intend to run the strap under the cover while cutting a hole in the front of the cover to attach the holster to the strap. I may put some padding under the seat cover as well. That should cut down on the discomfort factor. I figure the worst case scenario is that I can't live with sitting on the strap for long periods. In that case I'll scrap its intended use and the nylon holster and mag carrier will be used to put the gun in the glove compartment, center console, or in a backpack if I'm out and about.

    I'll report back shortly on my findings.

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    DeSantis also sells a fixture for the holster that allows you to mount it to the side of your console or under the dash. I believe it's a metal mounting bracket.

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    A good IWB Holster with a 30% cant should be readily assessible even while driving, and even with a seat belt on...
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    I think that can be better

    I have been trying to figure out how to make a holster for the car for some time. I have made a few that work really well, but they are for car models that have individual seats in the front with consoles between.

    I will see if I can make another one and get some pictures. All of mine, so far, have been custom ordered.

    Does anyone have any ideas they would like tested. If I can incorporate them into my holster design, you will be sure to get a prototype to try out.

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    Id like to see something as being a lefty I'm screwed if i wear cross draw its under the seatbelt and on my left him i have to try to clear door .. Im always interested in something new

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    Thanks for posting that link. I like the looks of that.
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    Just get a XD OEM holster & screw it under the dash or where ever. I put one of mine in my pick up & it works
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