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Holster or carry method for in a car.

This is a discussion on Holster or carry method for in a car. within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by NCHornet Whats keeping the whole thing from sliding to the rear? Or does it stay put fairly well? Looks like this wouldn't ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by NCHornet View Post
    Whats keeping the whole thing from sliding to the rear? Or does it stay put fairly well? Looks like this wouldn't be suited for walking around just driving, unless you had a heavy coat as it looks to stick out from the body quite a bit, am I correct on this? Nice look'in holster.
    This holster intended for your driving comfort, when your standard method of carry is just not comfortable or you have a difficult time reaching for your gun when you are seated in your car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by goawayfarm View Post
    RHOME, How'd you get my gun for that picture, I swear it's never left my side.

    (Do you have a picture of just the holster, especially the paddle part?)
    I suppose artistic minds think alike !! On the other hand how did you get my gun ?

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    Goawayfarm, Here are the pictures you requested.



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    The most comfortable I have found for driving is also fairly cheap. I like to use a Don Hume clip IWB with anything I have carried and put it just in front of my right front pocket so that it lays accross my right leg with the grip pretty close to my right hand that's on the armrest. It fits perfectly accross my leg and is easy to get to, but is concealed. I hate having it somewhere other than on my person.

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    Well, I can say that the High Ride Pancakes that Rhome made for me work fine sitting down and even in the car. The high ride puts the most of the gun above where the seat belt comes across by a good bit. In fact the seat belt comes across the very bottom of the holster tip. That plus the forward 20 degree cant keeps the butt of the grip forward away from the seat too and tucked. Works well. Conceals well too. Sitting or standing. I don't even notice it getting in and out and can easily reach to the gun and pull it out forwards as its already canted that direction. These are working really well along with the belts he made me.

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    I really like that. I see the paddle in your first picture is shown in front of the belt, rather than the way it would be worn, behind the belt.

    It looks like it would hold the gun up high away from your belt as well as up above the seat-belt.

    Most of the other 'car-jack' rigs have the gun lower & the seat belt could hinder drawing the weapon.

    How much for one & is it available in lefty? (I know the down side to car-jack rigs being drawn from left side.)

    Well thought out holster........
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    goawayfarm, PM sent
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