anyone used clipdraw for glock carry?

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    anyone used clipdraw for glock carry?

    thinking of using a clipdraw attachment for G19. perhaps in conjunction w/ a saf-T-blok. has anyone ever used this configuration?

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    Yup. Get a MTAC or Spartan. You won't get a good grip on your gun with the clip and it'll move around on you.

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    You'll be much better off with a good holster. AFAIC, the Safe-t-block encourages bad habits and is anything but safe. (I'd tell you what I really think about them but this forum won't allow that kind of language...no, I'm not kidding ).

    Where were/are you planning on carrying it? Behind the hip? Appendix? If you provide a little more information, it will be easier to suggest a good holster for the specific application you had in mind.
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    I wouldn't carry any gun with just a clip and no holster...least not a Glock...do you have a death wish?...OMO
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    Most pistols, ESPECIALLY the Glock, need the trigger covered while carried. All it takes for a catastrophy to happen is a little piece of your shirt to catch the trigger while shoving it down your pants. If you're lucky, you'll hit your butt. I watched a guy on the range who had one of those silly things slice his finger to the bone.
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    I would never consider carrying a pistol of any kind in this manner!

    IMHO its a ND waiting to happen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ron8903 View Post
    I would never consider carrying a pistol of any kind in this manner!

    IMHO its a ND waiting to happen.
    +1

    Least of all a Glock. I do like Glocks for their point and shoot interface, but it does require a holster to be safe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ron8903 View Post
    I would never consider carrying a pistol of any kind in this manner!

    IMHO its a ND waiting to happen.
    +2
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    Personally I'd NEVER use a Clip Draw. Seems like an accident waiting to happen to me.
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