Holsters for bicycle riding?

Holsters for bicycle riding?

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    Holsters for bicycle riding?

    Crew- I often ride a bike (either on the road, bike paths or off road mountain biking) and need some suggestions on holsters. Reason is that while riding I get really sweaty and a leather holster will just absorb the sweat and be wet. Guns I would try to use are a S&W 442 or a Kimber Ultra II.
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    I ride with my 642, it sits sung as a BUG in a fannie pack on my weak side hip.
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    I would recomend a fanny pack or the sort. When I ride, (Mountain bike) I take along my pistol in a fanny pack that sits on my lower back. It works fine for me!

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    A fanny pack makes everything concealed, secure, and provides easy access. OMO
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    For extended rides, I like to use a frame pack so I am less encumbered ...just don't leave it unattended....


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    I commute on a bicycle with a supertuck and a full sized 1911. Your ultra would do much better, but I don't have any problem.

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    I've been riding for 4 years using a Tommy's gun pack. Ive crashed several times with it and the gun was safe and secure.

    And it is on sale this weekend.

    http://www.tommysgunpack.com/Product...?ProductCode=1

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