Sneaky Pete

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    Sneaky Pete

    Have any of you guys seen this? What a cool concept! Printing? Not an issue any more.

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    That seems like it would draw way more attention than just OC'ing, as people would be lining up to make fun of your man purse/fanny pack hybrid. YMMV.
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    I'll pass.

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    My daughter uses a similar holster for her LCP when wearing slacks, with never a odd look or question.
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    The "SP" on the front is pretty deceptive, doh!
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    It doesn't allow for a full firing grip before removal; I'll pass.
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    I gave a SneakyPete as a gift this Christmas. On a small gun like the SeaCamp .32/.38 it is the size of my cell phone holster. No one would even notice it. There is no problem getting to the gun in a hurry - easier than trying to untuck a shirt or reach around your back (not a good defensive move). I know many on this forum will poo poo the SneakyPete but it is a great idea for a smaller gun and it works as a completely hidden, comfortable, OWB appendix/3:00 carry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoganbeg View Post
    It doesn't allow for a full firing grip before removal; I'll pass.
    Yeah, that's what turned me off, too.
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    Does it qualify as allowable for concealed carry? The web site implies it does, but just wonderin'.

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    The gun is concealed. No printing.
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    With all the junk I have seen people put on a belt no one would take a second look. The SP most would think are initials or an electronic gadget. Only PD or cw folks would know it for what it is.

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    Friend of my son bought one hard to draw weapon from he is returning it

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    I suspect most PD and CCW folks wouln't pick it out as a holster either. LOL
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    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.

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    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.
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