Snubby Crossdraw Driving Holster

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    Snubby Crossdraw Driving Holster

    I ordered my Sec Pro Crossdraw 17 Fabric Driving Holster today. Perfect for conceal carry, especially in summertime under T-shirt. The slant on this is perfect all the way around for my S&W M60 .357. Anyone have one?

    Model 17 Fabric Driving Holster

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    I prefer a 'boned' holster for most carry time, but that cross-draw for driving holster looks like it would work in the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    I prefer a 'boned' holster for most carry time, but that cross-draw for driving holster looks like it would work in the car.

    Enjoy!
    I have a very good Galco holster as well, however it's not concealable when wearing a T-shirt. I have a rear pocket holster that fits nicely in my shorts and conceals real good, this is my main carry since I wear shorts and T-shirts 90% of the time year around. I live in Arizona, it very seldom gets cold enough to wear a jacket. Today it's 115 deg. and that's the norm. Being "fabric" the Crossdraw Holster is very comfortable, yet very strong. The slant is just right so that the butt of my gun is downward and close to my body making it completely concealable even wearing a T-shirt. Couldn't ask for more.

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    they want 49.99 for an uncle mikes with the belt loop at a slant,
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    For a driving holster it seems ideal...but not for EDC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    for a driving holster it seems ideal...but not for edc.
    why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    they want 49.99 for an uncle mikes with the belt loop at a slant,
    The slant isn't even close in comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwhite75 View Post
    For a driving holster it seems ideal...but not for EDC.
    Again, why not?

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    I'd be VERY concerned about retention with that holster. If you fall down it seems the gun would slip out very easily. I used to pocket carry in an Uncle Mikes which seems similar to this one. I once dumped a 642 out into a sofa because it was too slick and I was wearing baggy dockers. The sofa was low and my knees up a bit making a good angle to dump things out of my pocket.

    This seems just like that only much worse. Maybe on a long trip but I wouldn't even exit the car with this rig unless my assumption on how easily the gun draws out of this rig is crazy.

    I belive the molded leather or kydex is a minimum for proper retention if we're talking EDC.

    Still for a special application and if it works for you....

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    It has a quick release thumb break, no problem at all with retention. It's a cross draw, not a pocket holster. I have a pocket holster too, a rear pocket holster, they don't fall out of a back pocket holster.

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