Pepper Spray Holster

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    Pepper Spray Holster

    I have a 2 oz can of FOX pepper spray but I don't carry it often due to the fact the holster I have for it is so uncomfortable. I'm useing a cheap nylon with metal clip. The clip digs down into me while seated and is not comfortable.

    I don't want a drawer full of holsters for pepper spray carry. I would pay upwards of $75 for one if I new it was comfortable/concealable. Leather or kydex is fine. I'm thinking of something that secures by a slot in the back to run your belt through. Horizontal would take more space but I'm thinking it would be more comfortable while sitting. Any suggestions or thoughts would be appreaciated.
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    Hey, nothing wrong with a drawer full of holsters. We all have one. I use the same set up as you, but i can live with it. Keep us posted on what you find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GetSmith View Post
    I have a 2 oz can of FOX pepper spray but I don't carry it often due to the fact the holster I have for it is so uncomfortable. I'm useing a cheap nylon with metal clip. The clip digs down into me while seated and is not comfortable.

    I don't want a drawer full of holsters for pepper spray carry. I would pay upwards of $75 for one if I new it was comfortable/concealable. Leather or kydex is fine. I'm thinking of something that secures by a slot in the back to run your belt through. Horizontal would take more space but I'm thinking it would be more comfortable while sitting. Any suggestions or thoughts would be appreaciated.
    You have given me some inspiration to get off my duff and make some pepper spray holsters for the 2oz sprayers. I'm thinking I will make a horizontal version and a vertical version so folks would have a choice. Shouldn't be more than $15 with shipping included.
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    I would want an open top leather belt pouch. Secure however fast draw time.
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    I've used those before QK and they work well. When I was on patrol we used a leather version in black basket weave that was very rugged. You can possibly find these in pawn shops when reserve officers get rid of their duty gear. Another source for these to order them direct from Gall's, which about every police agency I know of uses. I posted a link to their OC carriers below for your review. Looks like they have about 30 or so options under this criteria.

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    Remora makes an (obviously) IWB mag holder pouch. I've used one I have as an OC spray holder. At least for the smaller size cans it works well. You can put it most anywhere in your waistband (like with a Remora and pistol) and move it to suit yourself. Comes out to put it away or in another location. Not a bad choice and I think they are only around $5.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostMaker View Post
    I've used those before QK and they work well. When I was on patrol we used a leather version in black basket weave that was very rugged. You can possibly find these in pawn shops when reserve officers get rid of their duty gear. Another source for these to order them direct from Gall's, which about every police agency I know of uses. I posted a link to their OC carriers below for your review. Looks like they have about 30 or so options under this criteria.

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    Excellent. No need for me to reinvent the wheel when so many options are available.

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    Remora makes an (obviously) IWB mag holder pouch. I've used one I have as an OC spray holder. At least for the smaller size cans it works well. You can put it most anywhere in your waistband (like with a Remora and pistol) and move it to suit yourself. Comes out to put it away or in another location. Not a bad choice and I think they are only around $5.
    Another good idea!
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