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Driving with Holster

This is a discussion on Driving with Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by retsupt99 I have one for my Glock-36, but I only use it for long trips...works great! FIST, INC. Looks interesting. Thanks....

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I have one for my Glock-36, but I only use it for long trips...works great!
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    Looks interesting. Thanks.
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    I wear my IWB at 3:30ish while driving, no discomfort, but certainly not an easy draw. I would like to set up a rig in the car, but I wouldn't feel safe with the kids in vehicle.

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    Guitarz and guns is the new McGuyver. That is one cool set up " KIDS,WHERE ARE MY TOOLS!!!!!!!!"

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    The NRA Store has a relatively cheap belt slide holster (~$30) and a more expensive (~70) rig to attach a holster to the steering column.

    Works for me!

    I also have a $15 nylon holster shoved into the space between my driver seat and the center console. Actually, that one works better. Wish I had bought it first!

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    Either a good Cross Draw Or the "SAFEPACKER " holster great while driving etc. Dillon's Blue Press catalog carries the Safepacker holsters @ $89.00 it's a great deal. I love mine in or out of the car.

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    I don't worry as much as a previous poster about internal injuries in the event of an accident. I carry my M&P AIWB very comfortably and have easy access while driving.
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