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The Kangaroo Holster

This is a discussion on The Kangaroo Holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by QKShooter Seems like it might be a bit more comfortable than the Kramer Confident Shirt (Since It's All cotton) & probably a ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by QKShooter View Post
    Seems like it might be a bit more comfortable than the Kramer Confident Shirt (Since It's All cotton) & probably a little quicker to draw from. I found a "write up" on it also but, I have not tried it. It's only priced at $27.00 (Fairly Inexpensive)
    Here are the links and you can decide if it might work out for you.
    To Read The GunBlast Article On The Kangaroo Click Here

    The Kangaroo Web Page Click Here

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    Beardtails is good becuase its little to big of a beard for fu man chu

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    Tried it, was ok, but I went back to the t-shirt style pretty quickly. Wasnt as balanced and flopped more than the UC Comforts did. The chest band was more restrictive than what I was use to. It is priced ok though and I know one agent who swears by it, but he modified his to carry cuffs and mags on the opisit side to balance it out.
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    They do sell a version with a pocket on the otherside for mags, cuffs or whatever. I emailed the guy at Kangaroo and he answered some of my questions about the guns I carry and what would fit. He was very helpful. I have not decided to purchase yet.

    As far as the shirt. I was going to try to sew the hole for the button shut. Then sew a button over the hole with a snap on the back. Then sew the other part of the snap where the button was.
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