WOW!!! Never seen a Holster like this.... You gotta check it out!

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    WOW!!! Never seen a Holster like this.... You gotta check it out!

    When dressing casually (i.e. not wearing a suit), I think this is the best holster concept I have ever seen! It lets you carry a ton of gear!!! I won't feel compelled to just carry a j-frame anymore. I think I'll be able to carry a full size service pistol, two extra magazines, knife, light, and OC. What do you all think???

    --- Make sure you watch the videos --- looks like you can get a real quick draw (as long as your wearing the kind of shirt they have on -- looks like a button down shirt that is held together by magnets in the shirt -- anyone know about a shirt like this???)

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    Well, if I was that big I could use that too! I'm small but I carry MORE than that and conceal it well enough for me.
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    I tried to reach under my armpit to see what drawing that highup felt like and i don't think i can get a gun out that high up,not to mention if you do go to gun the movement will not look normal
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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    I tried to reach under my armpit to see what drawing that highup felt like and i don't think i can get a gun out that high up,not to mention if you do go to gun the movement will not look normal

    I'm with Dukalmighty....I cant imagine when the SHTF having to call a Timeout so I could take the extra time to draw ccw. It's probably not for women anyway, since there are no pics showing it as such, but I cant imagine it being the best manner to carry for a male form either. JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MilitaryPower View Post
    Well, if I was that big I could use that too! I'm small but I carry MORE than that and conceal it well enough for me.
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    I have concealed a 1911 Gov, mag, flashlight, knife, NAA rev, and Glock 17 on my belt under a well fitting polo. And I'm not a big guy.
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    It would be almost impossible to draw from the position the pistol is in in the two pictures on the left on the first page of the website. If you could do it you would have to almost undress just to get the shirt out of the way. Then you would have to tilt the gun forward to be able to pull it and that would snag for sure. The crossdraw might be workable, but strong side is not.
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    Crossdraw may be workable but I can't see anyone with any sense trying that strong side setup.

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    Only for deep cover wear. Otherwise , as others have said too slow and clumsy for me to consider using. Also all that gear is gonna leave bulges showing under all but a thick coat/sweatshirt.
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    Think of all the M&M's and cigars you could stuff in this thing.

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    Interesting, but not for me. I seem to remember a poster on this forum posting a video a couple months ago of himself using a similar rig.
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    Holster, or "Tactical Man-bra"?

    Looks to me like another ingenious solution in search of a problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ping Ping View Post
    Holster, or "Tactical Man-bra"?

    Looks to me like another ingenious solution in search of a problem.
    I think they might have to call it a "Tactical Man-girdle"
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    I have the same problem with this that I have with a SmartCarry; in the stress of a situation, I might pull the wrong weapon out.



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