Holster with permit pouch a bad idea?

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    CJ does raise a valid point about the membership needed for ranges, might be helpful for that purpose
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    Yeah, it doesn't look like a good idea to me either.
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    Let's see here...you can also flip it around and use it as an inside the waist band holster.

    That would put the window with your CCW card where? Inside your pants next to your BOXERS!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGguy229 View Post
    Exactly.....your permit should be attached to your CCW sash....
    Well, you beat me to it!
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    just to throw an idea out there ive thought of one for when im running. would never retrieve it if stopped would have to let the officer retrieve it. but im looking more into the pistol wear holster now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TX expat View Post
    Nope, you are not. That's about as bad as ideas get. Maybe they could make a muzzle clip that could attach the permit to the end of the gun; then the holster idea would be their second dumbest idea.
    Good one bro.

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