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This is a discussion on Sneaky Pete within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Maybe in Business Attire............ but never on the Harley (I am not a RUB)........ It would get noticed for what it is immediately........... Heck, safer ...

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    Maybe in Business Attire............ but never on the Harley (I am not a RUB)........ It would get noticed for what it is immediately........... Heck, safer to OC than wear that in some situations.

    However! However, I do like the fact that there are people out there coming up with solutions that might work for some people, so I don't hate it.................. just sayin!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fla View Post
    Drawing anything out of anything takes practice. Nothing is easy and smooth on first attempts. I have a sneaky on order for a taurus 709. I have a cell pal that I need to modify so the revolver doesn't sit so low in the holster to easy the draw.
    Anything that requires two hands to draw, and then doesn't allow a full grip until out of the holster is, in my not so humble opinion, worthless for personal protection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAL View Post
    Any safe holster that gets someone who is legally allowed to carry, to carry, instead of leaving their gun at home, is a good holster IMO.
    An opinion with which I disagree.
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    That thing screams "gun." Doesn't look too sneaky to me.

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    Almost all the holsters use two hands. One to pull up shirt....
    Sneaky Pete only needs one hand. The flap is magnetic and lifts up with thumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fla View Post
    Almost all the holsters use two hands. One to pull up shirt....
    Really? Brommeland Max-Con V IWB Holster - YouTube
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    I said almost all. He isn't going to do that with shirt tucked in. The sneaky pete allows a better dressed look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fla View Post
    I said almost all. He isn't going to do that with shirt tucked in. The sneaky pete allows a better dressed look.
    And a much, much slower draw.
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    It is sad that some on this site would rather have someone, who is legally allowed to carry, leave their weapon at home, rather than carry said weapon in a holster of which they disapprove.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAL View Post
    It is sad that some on this site would rather have someone, who is legally allowed to carry, leave their weapon at home, rather than carry said weapon in a holster of which they disapprove.
    Not as sad as someone promoting a product with which some here have pointed out several obvious shortcomings.
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    If it gets them to carry when they wouldn't otherwise . . .
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    Two words: "pocket holster."

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    A pocket holster is difficult to access from a seated position unless you are speaking of a cargo pocket and I don't know too many dress slacks that have those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RAL View Post
    A pocket holster is difficult to access from a seated position unless you are speaking of a cargo pocket and I don't know too many dress slacks that have those.
    The Sneaky Pete doesn't look like it'd be all that easy to draw from in a sitting position, either.

    IMO, concealed means concealed. The Sneaky Pete is a boxy OWB holster with a flap, nothing more. It's way too big to be mistaken for a cell phone case.

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    It depends on the size of the gun. My gun would need a case that would be too big to have it look like a cell phone case. A Seacamp sized holster is a size that fits well within the cell phone size range without calling attention to itself.

    I understand and agree with a lot of the criticisms of the SneakyPete, but it is a reasonably good tool for some people in some situations. The company wouldn't be in business if their holsters weren't working for some people.
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