Which Holster To Keep Glock In By Bed

Which Holster To Keep Glock In By Bed

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    Which Holster To Keep Glock In By Bed

    I have a Glock to carry with an IWB during the day, but at night I am looking for a holster to leave my Glock in on the nightstand, and that I could put on my person "QUICKLY" as an OWB in the event I had to go outside, etc. What would you suggest? Thanks!


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    I keep mine in a Serpa. The main reason behind that is when I first wake up I may not be all coherent and need might need the help with retention. I use this more for my safety.

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    I keep my Glock 19 in a Comp-Tac Pro-Undercover which is a synthetic IWB with a belt clip. Makes is great for just putting the gun IWB appendix style.

    For OWB I would look for something with a paddle for easy on/off usage at night.

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    Right now I have a wilderness safepacker. It is not OWB/ it is off body. When I get my shoulder holster, I will use that. I can just put the holster on and have the gun and reloads. If we carry out and about with a spare mag in case of mag failure, why do we not do that in our own home.

    In any case, they are only to hold me over to open the safe and get the remy 870 w/ 00 buck. If I get the remy before the fun happens, then the semi in my shoulder holster will be my new york reload for the remy.

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    I also use the serpa for my Glock!


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    Holster??? Mine's in my folded pants for the next day in the chair next to the bed, if it aint under the pillow. I've never thought about a holster for that.

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    I've got one of these... http://www.mattressholster.com/

    The nylon holster will fit several different guns. I took off the thumb strap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    Holster??? Mine's in my folded pants for the next day in the chair next to the bed, if it aint under the pillow. I've never thought about a holster for that.
    Loaded Glock under your pillow with no holster?


    I'm of the belief that a Glock when loaded must have the trigger covered with something substantial, therefore loaded Glocks are ALWAYS in a holster.

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    I carry my G27 in an M T from Comp Tac. it is IWB but with belt clips, so you could easily slide it over the top of your pants in an instant if the need arose, I keep mine on the night stand at night. If that does not suit you, Comp Tac also has a fine kydex OWB with a paddle that works great too. I wore that tonight, as I had my coat on, it's in the upper 30's in Central FL !!

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    For a holster to put on take off quickly, as long as you are wearing pants, I would suggest some form of a Paddle Holster.

    Fobus makes an inexspensive plastic one that I use just for this purpose.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stmcelroy View Post
    I'm of the belief that a Glock when loaded must have the trigger covered with something substantial, therefore loaded Glocks are ALWAYS in a holster.
    +1

    A loaded glock with no cover on trigger should only be the case when it is in the hand!

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    For bedside use and having to don a holster quickly you might want to consider a Shoulder Holster. The idea just occurred to me. Actually I already do this with my Glock.

    Sorry I didn't think to mention this in my previous post.

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    For what you are wanting to do, I would get one of those cheap nylon belts with the fastex buckle and load it up with a normal holster, mag and light holder. If you ever needed it, you could just click it on and go (even in your long johns ). I still think the best thing to do is stay put unless you have no choice, though.
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    Loaded Glock under your pillow with no holster?
    I sleep in my undies too!

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    For a simple bedstand holster with "quick on/off" capability, just get a fobus paddle. I say fobus because it's cheap and carried in many gunshops, but any paddle type holster will do.

    Oopps.....didn't read BikerRN's post completly, you beat to to this one.

    Also any clip-on IWB or OWB will do the trick
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