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    Covert Carrier

    Does anyone have any experience with this grip clip?

    I just got a P 32 Kel Tex and was thinking maybe this would be a good way to carry it sometimes.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill MO View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with this grip clip?

    I just got a P 32 Kel Tex and was thinking maybe this would be a good way to carry it sometimes.

    Thanks
    Is this the product you are asking about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill MO View Post
    Does anyone have any experience with this grip clip?

    I just got a P 32 Kel Tex and was thinking maybe this would be a good way to carry it sometimes.

    Thanks
    I was just looking at this a few minutes ago and it looks interesting. Sort of like a ClipDraw that allows the pistol to go down below the beltline. The one disadvantage I can see is that it would probably require a two-handed draw, or at least if you were in a hurry.
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    Personally I will not use anything but a holster that covers the trigger! Not safe.

    To me this is just a slightly more secure "Mexican Carry"!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Captain Crunch; Yes that is it.

    SpringerXD; From the video on their website it looks like they use the left hand to push up on the end of the barrel while drawing.

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    No holster = No carry! OMO

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    +1 Trigger must be covered or you are in harms way all day long.
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    save your money, buy the Keltec belt clip, much more secure, if you want to carry this way, Covert Carrier is junk, had one, sent it back. BUT, carrying with the trigger exposed is risky.

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    I'm in the "No holster, no carry" crowd myself.

    Sure they clip draw products look like the answer to using a bulky holster, but really they are the answer to "how to accidentally shoot you gonads off?"

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    And if you're suppose to use your offhand to push it up from the barrel while drawing, you're also risking losing those fingers just before perforating your body.
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