Clipdraw?

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    Clipdraw?

    Does anyone use a Clipdraw?

    I've been thinking about getting a Ruger LCP or Keltec P32 and putting a Clipdraw on it to use as a BUG or a gun to slip into my waistband when I let the dog out, and I'm curious as to how they hold up and how comfortable they are.
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    The forum's search engine is your friend. There have been many discussions about the Clipdraw, and many pictures posted.

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    Magazine <> clip - know the difference

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    KelTec with Clip

    My 1st gen KelTec P32 came new with a clip attached to it. It works very well to slip inside your waist band but I will not carry one in the chamber when I carry that way. It is very comfortable.

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    Not a fan of any carry where the holster is not covered.
    As noted above, there has been a lot of discussion about it.
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    Sorry guys, it was a bit late and I didn't think to search before I posted. I'm very much on the fence with this, because part of me understands the whole trigger issue, but at the same time my intent is for short term usage, mostly taking my dog out early in the morning or late at night when I just have sweatpants on. Thank you for your opinions and links, I definitely have more thinking to do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 45ACP4ever View Post
    Sorry guys, it was a bit late and I didn't think to search before I posted. I'm very much on the fence with this, because part of me understands the whole trigger issue, but at the same time my intent is for short term usage, mostly taking my dog out early in the morning or late at night when I just have sweatpants on. Thank you for your opinions and links, I definitely have more thinking to do.
    You should look into a Remora holster for if you are looking for something to use with sweatpants. I think you will find it is a much safer option in a sense that you could carry one in the hole and feel good about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DontTreadOnI View Post
    You should look into a Remora holster for if you are looking for something to use with sweatpants. I think you will find it is a much safer option in a sense that you could carry one in the hole and feel good about it.
    - I agree 100%. I have a clipdraw on my Ruger LCP and while it's convenient, it shifts more than I would like. If you are looking for a minimalist holster, look at the Remora. You don't need a clip and it doesn't shift. It's also very inexpensive. You'll find lots of glowing reviews of it.
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    Cover that trigger.....
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    I don't worry about the uncovered trigger as much as the possibility of the gun being pushed up out of your pants as you sit down or get up or bend over, this happened to my wife at Mcdonalds and nobody saw the p3at hit the flore.

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    I have to second the Remora suggestion. When used well, they don't slip anywhere, and the added versatility of using it as a pocket holster just adds to the benefits. I carry mine in a Remora in just about every situation, including gym shorts, pocket of my cargo pants, tucked into my jeans ..... it's so quick and easy and effective it's almost a shame that I've spent some good money on nice leather.

    'Course ..... the nice leather really looks good in the right situation.
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    Chances of getting into fist fight are far greater than getting into gun fight. I'm not sure if I would trust a clip draw if I were rolling around on the ground.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rick21 View Post
    Chances of getting into fist fight are far greater than getting into gun fight. I'm not sure if I would trust a clip draw if I were rolling around on the ground.
    i don't know where "here" is but i carry a gun and practice SA so as to avoid even the opportunity of a fist fight.
    i'll bite---do you ask someone to hold your beer 1st? or let it spill when the fists start flying

    seriously, if you are carrying a gun and hanging out where it is likely that there will be fist fights

    id question weather it is proper to be there or for you to have the gun...and go there.

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    the clip has worked fine on my P-11 since day 1. though i dress with a thin belt when
    that is the gun i am going to carry. at 4 0'clock IWB. you must exercise caution when
    putting it on--use both hands to make sure the clothing (shirt tail and inside of the pants material)
    does not get caught up.
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    My friend uses a clipdraw for his G22 and loves it, I don't have any personal experience though

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