Anyone have this wallet holster? Ruger LCP

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    Anyone have this wallet holster? Ruger LCP



    Just wondering if any of you have this and what you think of it? It's made by these guys: Concealment Concepts Looks pretty good but I wanted to see if anyone had any experience with it.

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdkidaho View Post


    Just wondering if any of you have this and what you think of it? It's made by these guys: Concealment Concepts Looks pretty good but I wanted to see if anyone had any experience with it.

    Thanks in advance.
    I think that one would be considered an NFA all other weapon by the ATF. You might want to verify before you buy it unless you want to register it as an NFA weapon. See this link to a letter on the subject from the ATF: http://www.cs.cmu.edu/afs/cs/usr/wba...f_letter19.txt
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    PERSONALLY SPEAKING: that looks like an accident waiting to happen. I don't like an exposed trigger (uuum, why did that sound bad)

    But, thats just me
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    Those type of holsters are outright illegal in some states.

    You best check your state laws.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jh225 View Post
    Those type of holsters are outright illegal in some states.

    You best check your state laws.
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    If not illegal very dangerous.
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    And utterly pointless. Think of the complete lack of utility that holster has!

    Hi. I'm a pocket holster. But instead of being a regular safe pocket holster that stays in your pocket, I'm unique. I have a hole in the middle of me, so the trigger is always exposed and prone to snag. Even better, instead of staying in your pocket when you draw the gun, I come out with the gun! And I stay on the gun! You actually need to shoot the gun with me wrapped around it! That is, if you can find the trigger hole.

    Just my opinion.

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    This is much safer, in many way:



    I have a couple of his holsters. Top rate. Here:

    Ruger LCP 380 Pocket/Wallet Holster

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdkidaho View Post


    Just wondering if any of you have this and what you think of it? It's made by these guys: Concealment Concepts Looks pretty good but I wanted to see if anyone had any experience with it.

    Thanks in advance.
    Looks like a cheap knock off of this Holdster. It is not categorized as an AOL, as it's not hidden to look like a wallet. The slide is 100% visible. I've got a Holdster, and it works well in some situations. Is it the perfect EDC holster.... not for me, but it works well in some situations.
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    I don't think I'd want a holster you stick your finger into the trigger guard to pull the weapon out of your pocket. Looks like trouble to me.
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    Thanks, I appreciate the input. I'll definitely check out the other holster listed as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jmac00 View Post
    PERSONALLY SPEAKING: that looks like an accident waiting to happen. I don't like an exposed trigger (uuum, why did that sound bad)

    But, thats just me
    Yeaaah... I have to agree with this. I inadvertently purchased a shoulder rig that by design, exposes the trigger of my carry revolver. As such, I don’t much care for it. Though I have confidence in my proper handling, it simply rubs against what I believe to be “safe”. There’s always the high ordinance of “Murphy’s Law” that could result with snagging the trigger in some weird-ass way. Case in point; anyone who has a horizontal door lever knob in their house, knows that anything on your person seems to snag on it.

    Heck, as I type this post, I’m inclined to take my eighty-dollar purchase and cut it up with my pruning sheers.
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    Complete waste of money...illegal, dangerous, and the trigger can still fill with lint.
    You would be better off, not much though, to have the gun in your pocket without the holster...and that IS legal (in the pocket without a holster, that is).
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    Complete waste of money...illegal, dangerous, and the trigger can still fill with lint.
    Why does everyone keep saying it's illegal? It says right on the page: "It is actually considered a modified grip, and therefore, it does not fall into the AOW category. Complies with ATF regulations on wallet holsters."

    I think I'm liking this holster more and more anyway:

    Quote Originally Posted by Rock and Glock View Post
    This is much safer, in many way:



    I have a couple of his holsters. Top rate. Here:

    Ruger LCP 380 Pocket/Wallet Holster
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    Ok, now this one changes everything. It’s not necessarily my taste but it is a “holster” and a far cry safer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    You would be better off, not much though, to have the gun in your pocket without the holster...and that IS legal (in the pocket without a holster, that is).
    Are you certain??? Is this a state law? I know of several people that work at/own gun shops that keep a "backup" in their back pocket, unholstered.
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