Mitch Rosen Counter Carjacking Holster

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    Mitch Rosen Counter Carjacking Holster

    Like some of you, I have a company that forbids guns, even on their property. For me, I choose to keep working there but leave my weapon in my truck, in a Center of Mass Gun Safe, parked off company property.

    But carrying to and from work was for me a pain in the butt. Putting my IWB holster on in the morning, taking it off without being noticed when I arrived at work, putting it back on after work etc.

    Well, I just bought a very cool holster from Mitch Rosen called the "Counter Carjacking Holster".

    I can clip it on and off easily due to the belt clip and then slip it in to the center console. It will be handy on long road trips too. One thing though, it's not intended to be worn all the time or while walking. This is a holster specifically designed for vehicle use.

    I thought I'd share it with everyone in case this holster might fit your situational need(s) too!





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    i think im missing something.
    how is it different than any other holster with a belt clip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by friesepferd View Post
    i think im missing something.
    how is it different than any other holster with a belt clip?
    Take a closer look at the design.

    Easy on, Easy off. Cross Draw cant. The weapon is extremely accessible for quick draw while in a sitting [driving] position.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by friesepferd View Post
    i think im missing something.
    how is it different than any other holster with a belt clip?
    The angle of the clip! Yeah, what los said!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Cross draw angled clip. Wonder how stable that holster is? I use a paddle holster for ease of on/off , but being LH'ed I don't have the seatbelt get in my way (as much).
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    I like it!! Looks great as well as functionable!!

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    I've heard a lot of air marshalls use these. It's not a working holster, it's a sitting at work holster. Many grads of the expert class keep one in the glove box so they don't have to sit on an IWB. For USA left seat drivers, we recommend using the right hand model to keep the business end towards the left door. For taxi drivers we suggest the left hand version.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rocky View Post
    Cross draw angled clip. Wonder how stable that holster is? I use a paddle holster for ease of on/off , but being LH'ed I don't have the seatbelt get in my way (as much).
    Very stable while seated Rocky. I just got back from a drive to Starbucks... any reason to try it ya know!

    I actually left it on, pulled my t-shirt over it, and walked in to order my Latte'. It isn't designed to be worn while walking but it did stay put! I should mention that I wear a double thick leather belt that "fills" that clip.
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    I've never been much of a fan for the clip holsters. I do have a Mitch Rosen 'Upper Limit Express' holster for my G-27 though. It's a nice piece of work!

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    There are a zillion of these up on eBay, btw.

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    I have been thinking about getting Andrews Leather version of this holster. Comparing prices, Mitch is $140, and Andrew's is $85.

    Just another option for a much overlooked problem. If I didn't use my seatbelt, it would be much easier.

    Very nice holster BTW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TerryD View Post
    I have been thinking about getting Andrews Leather version of this holster. Comparing prices, Mitch is $140, and Andrew's is $85.

    Just another option for a much overlooked problem. If I didn't use my seatbelt, it would be much easier.

    Very nice holster BTW.
    Mine was $75.00. I went with the clip for convenience but almost got the Andrews.

    By the way... once again, this is for sitting in the vehicle only. The gun is very grip heavy when trying to stand up with it on. It can be done, I tried it. The gun won't fall out but it's really not a good idea.
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper View Post
    Mine was $75.00.
    Indeed, that's the price here:

    http://stores.ebay.com/jenniferjean2

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    http://www.ccwsupply.biz/RossM23DrivingHolsterPAGE.htm

    Ross Driving Holster M23

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    Quote Originally Posted by dgg9 View Post
    Indeed, that's the price here:

    http://stores.ebay.com/jenniferjean2
    As Paul Harvey says... "and now you know the rest of the story!"
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

    "A superior Operator is best defined as someone who uses his superior
    judgement to keep himself out of situations that would require a display of his
    superior skills."

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