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    some situations - bedstand, mexican carry to the mail box, etc. this is just the right option
    got it, gonna try it for some of those times
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    So, does it just grip the trigger guard? How secure is it?
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    Mexican Carry...I don't even dare ask what you tie that rope to?
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    Wow, that looks somewhat like something out of an S&M bad dream.

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    So how exactly does that work?
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    I'd rather cut a piece of stiff foam and wedge it behind the trigger than trust that thing to stay on.

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    it's kydex and yeah, fits nice and secure - much better solution than the Saf-T-Block which is something you cram behind the trigger - have had the Saf-T-Block for years and they are nicely made but cannot be used with a holster and require getting your finger inside the trigger guard (behind the triger, but still inside)
    the paracord can be tied to something if you want in a drawer or on a bedside table so that as you grab and pull it snaps off or you can use your weak-side hand as you present
    for folks with Glocks who don't want to use a holster all the time in certain limited situations this might just do the trick

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    That's actually a pretty cool idea I think.

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    I would not mind something like that in the pocket of my winter coat. I practiced drawing with my coat on but the bulk slowed me down and i was thinking pocket carry for the winter would be a good idea.
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    Let us know how it works for you.
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    What ever works for ya'. Trigger blocks can get caught in the trigger (small enough to get inside the trigger)...like forgetting to remove the finger when reholstering...OMO
    I think I would just stick with a holster and lots muscle memory for my finger.

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    Hey....whatever works!
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    Quote Originally Posted by slimjim View Post
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    Make sure you let us all know how it works for you. I might be interested. The SA only and light trigger pull keeps me from using my G17 for anything other than home defense or plinking. This product might open up the possibilities.

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    Wow! That's my "Trigger Holster" idea. I was wondering when someone would take the idea and make a production model for consumer use. If you guys don't believe me take a gander -
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