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    Guru wallet

    I would like to try a guru wallet for my LCP.

    Pocket Holsters

    My levi's are not deep enough to cover the top of the gun when its in my hip pocket. I really don't want it showing.

    The guru wallet has a fake zipper flap over the top. Wondering if there is anyone on here that can tell me if that flap stays down when its on your pocket?

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    How does this stay in the pocket when drawing? I feel like it would easily pull out with the gun?

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    Don't know. But hip pocket is my best option for me. Or at least I think so. But I haven't found a hip wallet that covers the handle.

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    You're in Iowa, lots of cool weather (I suppose) for wearing flannel shirts and jackets...stick to a regular IWB/OWB holster.OMO
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    I have the Guru holster, it is a wellbuilt holster and it works well and is easy to conceal the LCP. It also stays in the pocket during a draw. Now for the down side. It is slooooow to draw from. This is the only wallet holster I have ever used but the zippered flap has to be pulled out of the way and then the draw can begin. The flap stays in place and conceals the weapon very well, so well that it is in the way.
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    Retsup99, it may get cool/cold here in the winters but it also gets 100 too. So 75% my time is spent in a polo or T shirt. I visit customers so try to be dressed neatly with tucked in shirt, belt, etc.

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    I have the Guru holster, it is a wellbuilt holster and it works well and is easy to conceal the LCP. It also stays in the pocket during a draw. Now for the down side. It is slooooow to draw from. This is the only wallet holster I have ever used but the zippered flap has to be pulled out of the way and then the draw can begin. The flap stays in place and conceals the weapon very well, so well that it is in the way.
    Thanks for response. I think I will try one.

    It comes down to the fact that even a slow draw system is better than a handgun at home because you are unable to carry it. I am just trying to get something that goes in my pocket 7 days a week without thinking about it.

    I don't live in location that I feel I need a quick draw all the time. I realize you never know when that situation will arise but I think if I go someplace where I am uncomfortable I can move it to temporary/better spot.

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    I have and use one often and Kc.38 covered it well. Food for thought; when the mugger asks for your wallet he would allow you to reach for your wallet and most likely never expect you to retrieve a pistol from your rear pocket. It does take practice to quickly manipulate the fake zipper flap.
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    I agree about practice. Seems with a little practice a guy could learn pull his wallet tossing it to the ground and when the attacker looks back he finds a gun pointing at him.

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    Put the gun in your front pocket. If necessary, have a tailor simply deepen the pocket a bit.

    this holster looks interesting. Ultra-Compact Micro Pocket Pistol Holster - Ultra-Compact Micro Pocket Pistol Holder

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