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This is a discussion on Versa Carry. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Check this out. Never seen anything like it, looks awesome. One negative I see is not being able to cant the holster like you could ...

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    Versa Carry.

    Check this out. Never seen anything like it, looks awesome. One negative I see is not being able to cant the holster like you could with say a remora.

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    Last edited by twc; August 30th, 2011 at 02:24 AM.


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    Ok, if this is as sturdy as it looks in the video, this is seriously cool.
    Fear the man with one gun. Especially if that gun is a Glock 19.

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    Uh...trigger NOT covered. No thanks.

    Their "warnings" include an advisement not to carry with a round in the chamber.

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    No thanks, this is right up there with OXY CLEAN and the RONCO Slicer and Dicer.
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    no way!

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    Thank you for posting, but I think I will pass.

    And here is what they write on their website, Safety Warnings:

    "Safety Warnings
    DO NOT use this product to carry any handgun with a live round in the chamber.
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    "The Second Amendment: America's Original Homeland Security"

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    Quote Originally Posted by GM View Post
    Thank you for posting, but I think I will pass.

    And here is what they write on their website, Safety Warnings:

    "Safety Warnings
    DO NOT use this product to carry any handgun with a live round in the chamber.
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    Yeah and glocks manuals say the same thing. This thing is perfectly safe and way less bulky than anything else out there. People seem to be fine with gun clips like on the kel tecs, I dont see how this is any less safe.

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    Some of us are not "fine" with gun clips. Strange things happen some times - no way I'm carrying a loaded gun around my kids in something that doesn't cover the trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twc View Post
    Yeah and glocks manuals say the same thing. This thing is perfectly safe and way less bulky than anything else out there. People seem to be fine with gun clips like on the kel tecs, I dont see how this is any less safe.
    Good for you that you found a product you like so much . Get one and be happy. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by twc View Post
    Yeah and glocks manuals say the same thing. This thing is perfectly safe and way less bulky than anything else out there. People seem to be fine with gun clips like on the kel tecs, I dont see how this is any less safe.
    you seem like you are sold on this thing. why bother asking us?

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    That item looks like a Negligent Discharge waiting to happen. It will not be a product I would ever buy... WAY too dangerous.
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    Ginsu...slice & dice!!!
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    Cool. That particular method of carry is somewhat old, though - originally, it was just a metal hook that, if you needed to toss it away, just looked like a piece of scrap metal. It allowed reasonably secure carry and ease of disposal if the authorities showed up. Of course, you'd be tossing the gun, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apvbguy View Post
    you seem like you are sold on this thing. why bother asking us?
    Where was I asking anyone anything? Reading > A lot of people on this board. I'm not even looking to buy one I pocket carry. I just posted it up so others could see but apparently its a hand grenade without a pin

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