Cross Draw

Cross Draw

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    Cross Draw

    Can anybody point me towards a crossdraw holster for my ruger p95????


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    FIST

    FIST, Inc. has numerous styles in both leather and kydex and options, including a cross-draw option which they can make for your Ruger. Great quality, reasonable prices for a made-to-order holster.

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    I'll second the Fist, this one in particular... FIST, INC.

    I have this holster for my Glock-36, and it works very well.
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    A guy from my state forum makes custom holsters for many of us. Here is a cross draw he made. He can do anything you want. If interested, here is his facebook website. Contact him through that.
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    I'n cuious to know why you feel that you need a cross draw.

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    I have the changling holster for my Hi-Power and he does quality work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Spuk View Post
    I'n cuious to know why you feel that you need a cross draw.
    Oh, here we go again. Really? In 3 years this one has been beat to death. Because for some of us it works best. Nuff said.

    Check out Side Guard holsters...the cross guard. I have two of them and find them durable,well made, amazingly under-priced, secure and talk to him about the angle: 30 degrees is what I like. Good luck on the search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Spuk View Post
    I'n cuious to know why you feel that you need a cross draw.
    I'm curious as to why you think "NEED" has any bearing in what he wants.
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    I have rarely seen any crossdraw threads. I am unaware that it's been beat to death.

    I use a Remora No-Clip holster, from time to time. I got it for appendix carry, but it works well for crossdraw as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Spuk View Post
    I'n cuious to know why you feel that you need a cross draw.
    I can think of at least 2: Lots of time spent driving.....Lots of time spent working in a seated position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Secret Spuk View Post
    I'n cuious to know why you feel that you need a cross draw.

    because i drive alot, and don't like to compete with the seat belt latch thingy, (i'm aright hander), i read a really good article on gunweek.com about crossdraw and it usefulness, and i saw an old movie this week and the main dude wore crossdraw and i thought it looked like it could work.

    http://www.gunweek.com/2005/feature0101.html

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    Zacii : Using the search feature, type "crossdraw". Results: 5 pages with 97 threads. Generally (and the reason I responded as I did) there is always someone who is an "expert" who slams anyone who carries in crossdraw or slams anyone who might because of a supposed "sweeping issue" or "weapon vulnerablility" or firing stance issue or...........whatever.............. (and yes, I really should have just let it sail by me this time, sorry).
    "Improvise, adapt, overcome."

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    I spend a lot of time in my car, about four hours a day driving through beautiful Detroit. I have Andrews Custom Leather Carjacker. Works great, my Glock 19 is right where I can get it in an instant. He does immaculate work, I highly recommend both the holster and the firm.

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