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    Car Holster

    I am looking for a "Car Holster" for a Kahr P9 and an SA XD 40 SC. Does anyone have any ideas? I am looking for something that I don't have to wear.

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    I got one for my j-frame at Active Pro Gear. Its got velcro on it and it easily attaches ( and unattaches ) to your belt for a cross draw. I only use it on long trips. If you use one for around town, I think any holster you get that you have to take on and off everytime you get out of the car, is going to be a hastle. I like this holster. Its nylon , but holds it secure and is great for driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matdicdad View Post
    I am looking for a "Car Holster" for a Kahr P9 and an SA XD 40 SC. Does anyone have any ideas? I am looking for something that I don't have to wear.
    For the XD you can easily attach the 'free' XD Gear holster to the area below the dashboard.
    There is a 'how-to' thread somewhere on this board, I forget which member submitted it.

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    Check out Ace Car Holster sold through www.smartcarry.com . I have one and have Velcro mounts for each of my cars/truck.
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    Erik, Please PM me and point me in the right direction. I am looking forward to my new one. Richard

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    Have you looked at the Kingston Car Seat Holster from Desantis?

    http://www.desantisholster.com/n92.html
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    Safepacker gets my vote too.
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    The only thing I don't like about the Kingston Car Seat Holster is that it's sitting right there in plain sight every time you open the door. Even if the gun isn't in the holster, the holster itself is plainly visible.

    I am working on a vehicle mount for my car tomorrow. If all goes well, I will post some pics by this weekend or first thing next week.
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    car holster

    In mass. these would be illeagal.
    It needs to be on your person or locked up.

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    Just saw advertisment in ShotGun news about a new product from Eagle Industries called the RTI system. It is a wheel type device which can be mounted anywhere you have 3 1/2 " of space and you can detach the holster from the wheel if you want to use it elsewhere. Looks like a good concept...

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitetrashfarm View Post
    In mass. these would be illeagal.
    It needs to be on your person or locked up.
    Much safer too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by robere View Post
    Much safer too..
    If the Kingston was used while the gun is left in a car then I agree it is flawed, as a holster while driving it has it's place and is no less safe than having a gun in a box, also a gun in a box is no use when someone decides to carjack you without giving you a nice polite 2 minute warning.

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    Carjacker Crossdraw, on seat belt under shirt. Safe, concealed and fast access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ELCruisr View Post
    Carjacker Crossdraw, on seat belt under shirt. Safe, concealed and fast access.

    http://www.andrewsleather.com/
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    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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