Kangaroo Carry (sort of)

This is a discussion on Kangaroo Carry (sort of) within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; So I got an older sewing machine a while back with the intent of sewing some "heavier" projects and am now getting back into it. ...

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    Kangaroo Carry (sort of)

    So I got an older sewing machine a while back with the intent of sewing some "heavier" projects and am now getting back into it. First project was to copy the Kangaroo Carry holster. I'm really liking the end result; even though it doesn't look near as pretty as the real thing. I wasn't sure about carrying my gun so far back as to be able to hide it under my arm, but now that I've been able to play with the design I realize that as you draw you can nudge the gun forward with your weak arm to facilitate easier drawing. Just thought I'd pass that along for anyone considering the holster. Now to replace my shirt closure system with velcro with button covers ...

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