Trigger guard holster that dangles in your pants from string

Trigger guard holster that dangles in your pants from string

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    Trigger guard holster that dangles in your pants from string

    Hidden Defense: Hip Grip/Mexican Carry Trigger Holster

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    I'd read about a knife holster several weeks back when I was researching neck knives. The holster could also be used with the knife in the pocket. When the knife is put into play and pulled out of the pocket a chain or cord tied to the holster and attached to a belt loop would catch the holster and uncover the knife blade so that it can do it's work while safely clearing the pocket. Why can't a similar "trigger holster" be made for those of us who decide to mexican carry. Here's what I've come up with:
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    I could see where normal movement could cause the trigger holster to fall off the trigger and if you put too much tension on it might slow down trigger acquisition when you need to be fast.I'll keep mine in a holster that requires the weapon to be drawn up to remove it
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    I think I'll pass.

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    I guess the maker wants to have lots of product liability lawsuits
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    The maker of that setup is a member here, he brought up this method in another thread...

    http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...r-holster.html

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    It's called "Vasectomy Carry"....
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    I personaly don't see the point of it. BUT i did flinch everytime i saw him slip in back over the trigger in the video...i would be more worried about the gun firing when "reholstering" then just carrying mexican.

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    i actually don't think it's a bad idea, if you like mexican carry. none of my guns lend itself to that stlye; whenver i finally break down and buy a snubby, i might give MC a try.

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    I have a ClipDraw on my M&P 45 for the times when my standard carry SmartCarry holster is ineffective, like driving in my wife's Camry. The frequent criticism I get is that the trigger and guard are not covered by something besides my pants and shirt. This seems something worthwhile to evaluate as a supplement.
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    Yes I think I will skip this. I need my feet to stay the way they are.

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    While the trigger is covered I would worry more about the shoe lace snagging or interrupting the draw stroke. In a hurry I could see grabbing the shoe string/ fumbling the gun during a draw.
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