Cross Draw People only please

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    Cross Draw People only please

    I have a Taurus PT145 and looking for a OWB Cross Draw Holster - what do y'all recommend?
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    I have always liked a cross draw, until I read about how easily it could be snatched by someone facing you (gun is at hand level, grip in front).
    I now have a cross draw belt holster and a strong side carry holster, both Blackhawk Serpa retention holsters. I know that many people do not like them, but if used properly, with the flat of the index finger rather than the finger tip, they work well. But, again, they MUST be used properly. If my cross draw was not a retention holster I would not use it.

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    Check out the Skycop by Desantis.

    Sky Cop® ? DeSantis Holster
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    Fist #42 DRIVING HOLSTER TO CROSSDRAW.

    If I am going to be doing a lot of driving I carry my Walther P99 in the above holster. It switches from a crossdraw to a more forward cant for driving. Is easily concealed with long tee shirt or jacket and affords an easy draw from either position.

    As far as the gun being taken away..??? Why is this any more a risk than an OWB at 3-4 or 8-9 O'clock??

    It is concealed no matter what position I wear it, so no one knows I have it under my jacket or shirt. I have two hands free to fend off any attempt at grabbing the gun, but only one hand near my pistol if worn at 3-4 or 9-10 O:clock.

    OMO Works for me.

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    Kramer makes a superb cross draw

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