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World's Smallest for Glock Only

This is a discussion on World's Smallest for Glock Only within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by M1380 I bought one for my G26 for appendix carry and don't like it for the reasons you mention. It makes my ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by M1380 View Post
    I bought one for my G26 for appendix carry and don't like it for the reasons you mention. It makes my gun ride too low to get a quick good grip so I don't use it.
    I think Raven Concealment makes a decent appendix carry option. There are many better options then this. I am sure you can find one if you look around.


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    It may work for some, but not for me...I prefer more leather!
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    I like quiet holsters ,there may be a time that you need to employ your gun and you want to be able to do it quietly since a loud "click" may get you or a loved one killed before you can get your gun into action in some situations where you may have been caught off guard and are now in a hostage situation
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    It may work for some, but not for me...I prefer more leather!
    I can agree. But I would just say I prefer more holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azchevy View Post
    Lol I have been carrying and training aiwb since 2003. My junk is still there. Change scares people. I understand that.

    Only takes once to change your life. I have driven 45+ years without a wreck without but still wear a seatbelt.

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    I can see this as being a good option for women who carry in their purse or people who carry a Glock in a backpack or some other type of bag.

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    Cool

    I am sorry but I want a holster that is secure and securely holds my firearm.

    I want safety and quality. I want leather. It may cost more but a quality holster does more.

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    Holster for me, don't need my glock pointing towards the north pole.

    I've used those thin band style holsters for a browning hi-power and carried it in the small of my back, I figured It would have a track for the bullet to follow carrying it that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1 old 0311 View Post
    Only takes once to change your life. I have driven 45+ years without a wreck without but still wear a seatbelt.
    If you are scared that you cannot keep your finger off the trigger until you intend to fire then maybe you should re-evaluate your confidence and skill. I am just fine with the way I carry. Others who are not need only to look on the mirror to find the issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guitarman36 View Post
    I can see this as being a good option for women who carry in their purse or people who carry a Glock in a backpack or some other type of bag.
    I can agree with this. But I'd just suggest sewing a holster into their bag as this requires the holster be tied to something apparently.

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    I have been thinking about switching to appendix carry. This kind of looks like it would mess up my draw a lot. Tuggin on something thats going, going, going, and then a snag for a split second. Doesn't really seem like I could get used to it. Anyone have that problem and train past it?
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    The new vanguard 2 solves this. Google raven concealment vanguard 2

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    I have the Zack's for each of my Glocks. I think it is a great minimalist holster. It is sold as an experts holster, not a novices holster. Like anything else it takes practice. There is NO WAY to pull the trigger with this installed. I have never heard of a ND without someone putting their booger hook on the trigger. The draw is like any other draw, if a slight tug as the plastic snaps off will fumble your draw, I would suggest not using one. It is also great for storing Glocks in the safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40Bob View Post
    I have the Zack's for each of my Glocks. I think it is a great minimalist holster. It is sold as an experts holster, not a novices holster. Like anything else it takes practice. There is NO WAY to pull the trigger with this installed. I have never heard of a ND without someone putting their booger hook on the trigger. The draw is like any other draw, if a slight tug as the plastic snaps off will fumble your draw, I would suggest not using one. It is also great for storing Glocks in the safe.
    What is an experts holster versus a novices holster? Why would an expert use a gimmicky holster versus a more substantial and stable holster?

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