Holster for NOT carrying one in the chamber

Holster for NOT carrying one in the chamber

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    Holster for NOT carrying one in the chamber

    Well, seek and ye shall find. OK, I wasn't actually seeking, but I did find this. The PERFECT solution for those who are uneasy about carrying with a round in the chamber. It is from Spain, but I bet you get the drift. Just click on some of the videos

    Automatic Holster

    And a YouTube demo

    Spanish Police Woman - Automatic Action - YouTube
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    That would put my DA/SA in SA with a very light trigger as I'm drawing...kinda scary.

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    not a bad idea for a glock...i guess if you want to carry cond 3. but hk? kinda less safe than just carrying decocked.

    that police woman is smoking hot.
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    that thing is an ND waiting to happen
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    how so, slamfire? otherwise i can't see anything about it that is more dangerous than any other way of carrying as long as your finger is off the trigger. not that i see a point to it, just speaking of it impartially.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fausty View Post
    how so, slamfire? otherwise i can't see anything about it that is more dangerous than any other way of carrying as long as your finger is off the trigger. not that i see a point to it, just speaking of it impartially.
    Not all people keep their finger off the trigger when drawing when they should be doing just that.
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    I didn't understand a word she said.....but I think I'm in love now.

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    Seldeen Gunleather made a holster (circa late 70's - early 80's) that allowed the 1911 to be carried with an empty chamber. You had to use the standard guide plug and push down on the gun before drawing. A reinforced shelf held the slide and allowed the frame to move down to cock and chamber the gun.

    I wish I still had mine simply for the novelty. I never carried the gun that way.

    Sonny Puzikas also showed a holster for the Makarov that did the same on an episode of Deadliest Warrior, IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkh View Post
    I didn't understand a word she said.....but I think I'm in love now.
    Lol love? I think you mean lust.
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    As much as I already have in my pants... that thing's just not going to fit!

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    No doubt, that LEO is a 10. Can you draw the weapon without cocking it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCG View Post
    Lol love? I think you mean lust.
    Is there a difference? LOL.

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    I think in parts of Europe they carry with an empty chamber. Its kind of cool, But Ill watch her do it a couple more times. DR

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    Re: Holster for NOT carrying one in the chamber

    Hi, all my first post/time on the site.

    I see nothing but problems with the holster, it may be good if it was your first time carrying and you learned doing it that way, but for me I would second guess it the whole time. I wouldn't like it in the gun safe that way or next to the bed. I would absolutely hate it.

    If I need to ever draw my gun I want to KNOW that there is around in the chamber not having to depending on some plastic holster to put one in the chamber for me.

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    What holster?

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