G27 IWB Carrry Clip?

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    G27 IWB Carrry Clip?

    I have seen a clip that attaches to the rear of the slide on glock handguns, allowing IWB carry. It looks like a clip that would be on a pocket knife.

    I can not seem to locate a dealer for the product, nor do I know the name of the product.

    Can anyone refer me?

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    Accordind to a book I have ( Practical Pistol Shooting ) The item is called a Carry Clip. It is made by Skyline Toolworks. You can get them from www.bhigear.com if that is still a working website.

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    The link is still good. I didn't immediately find the clip, but I will search more thoroughly later.

    Thanks.

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    Doc they are there. Just type in Glock carry clip in their search engines.

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    Red face

    Great! Something else for me to buy. This forum's great, but it provides ideas for things I didn't know I needed.
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    If you plan to carry a glock with one in the chamber I would not recommend this clip. There is nothing protecting the trigger.
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    They also make a trigger block thats fits behind the trigger and pops out with ease if needed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugerman View Post
    If you plan to carry a glock with one in the chamber I would not recommend this clip. There is nothing protecting the trigger.
    agreed
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    trigger block plus clip seems like a decent "Mexican" carry setup. I think the trigger blocks are overpriced though. Course, so is anything firearm related.
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    I believe most of us carry one in the pipe so personaly, I would also avoid this clip for a Glock. I know of someone that had an AD with it and I have heard other bad stories. The clip would seem practical for a revolver or for a double action semi auto though. Even with a trigger block....just doesnt feel right in my opinion.

    All Glocks should be worn with a reliable holster, IMHO.

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    Like others have said, I can't see using the clip without the block. With the block I'm sure there is no way you are going to catch the trigger. This setup is not right for me but I can see it being used for some one who needs to make a quick trip to the store.

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    I would not carry a Glock except in a hard holster. Regards, Richard

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    I wouldn't do that. Even for my S&W M&P I would want a holster that covers the trigger. Never know when your could get near the trigger and give it an AD.
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    trigger block plus clip seems like a decent "Mexican" carry setup. I think the trigger blocks are overpriced though. Course, so is anything firearm related.
    No, no, NO, NO!

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    Sorry about that. There is no reason, and I mean no reason, ever to put some trigger-blocking gadget in the trigger guard of a glock. It's a monstrously dangerous thing to do, to have something inserted in that guard. "Mexican" carry with a Glock is also among the stupider things you can do to naturally select yourself.

    The Glock is perfectly safe to carry with a round in the chamber, but only when carried in a quality holster that covers the trigger guard.

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