Anyone use the lanyard for Keltecs?

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    Anyone use the lanyard for Keltecs?

    Sounds like a silly way to carry. Anyone ever try it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skystud1 View Post
    Sounds like a silly way to carry. Anyone ever try it?
    Nope... Sounds like a silly, and dangerous way to carry..

    I have been guilty of using an IPS made by my friend Jim Powell of Alvin, TX. tho.

    Just another option.. Far superior to hanging a loaded firearm from my neck. But I'm basically a senior citizen woss', what do I know..



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    Quote Originally Posted by Laserlips View Post
    Nope... Sounds like a silly, and dangerous way to carry..

    I have been guilty of using an IPS made by my friend Jim Powell of Alvin, TX. tho.

    Just another option.. Far superior to hanging a loaded firearm from my neck. But I'm basically a senior citizen woss', what do I know..



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    I like that pic. Where would one get such an item at? Although I would like the trigger a little more protected. Looks like a PDA or phone case.

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    A lanyard around the neck would be dangerous...no trigger guard. The cuff case in the picture doesn' t seem to allow one to grasp the grip of the gun either, just through the trigger...seems equally dangerous to me...

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    This would be the only thing that I would consider around my neck.
    http://www.comp-tac.com/catalog/prod...products_id=45

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    What about belly band safety with Kel tec . Trigger cover yes...but it is elastic... dangerous.. Talk amongst yourselves..........

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    I think the Keltec is best carried in a pocket holster, easy to hide, easy to get to and easy to carry all the time. Leaves space on your hip for a more powerful gun, when you can do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ront View Post
    This would be the only thing that I would consider around my neck.
    http://www.comp-tac.com/catalog/prod...products_id=45

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    Imagine this extended to lie just below a brassiere. Difficult to access but very concealed BUG.

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    +1 on the pocker holster....you have to put it in a holster in your pocket or you might mistake it for a quarter when you are paying for your morning coffee.!!
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    Don't think I like this as-is. I agree the trigger should be covered. REAL easy to pull the trigger when drawing under pressure. I would trim a little of the top right to expose the slide to get a thumb on it. AND trim a LOT off the left side to grab the grip when drawing. The flap would still cover it.

    Another option and still cover all of the sides would be to offset the "Slot" to the left to allow the middle finger around the grip instead of inside the trigger guard.

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    I carry my keltec pf 9 either in a pocket holster or a Wild Bill's IWB. I actually prefer the IWB, the gun is so small you hardly know it is there.

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    I love that case ! It would look like a cell phone. Open and obvious but no one would ever know.

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    I bought a new P3AT and it came with a little black carry bag, with Keltec on it and a belt loop. Just wondering... has anyone used it as a holster?

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    The P-32s come with it, too. But it says "Kel-Tec" on it. If you could take the white lettering off, it might work.
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    Wally World has lots of small digital camera cases, cordura material with a sewn on belt loop on the back. Some have velcro flaps, some have zippers. Several models would be ideal for carrying a kelTec.

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