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A driving/cross-draw holster would be perfect. Here's a Fist model... http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/holster/42.htm ...In the driving mode, drawing is most comfortable as the holster is made specifically for that purpose.
I have one for my Glock-36.
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If you use a belt holster,I would suggest a cross draw rig,much easier to deploy when sitting down,especially with the sides they have on wheelchairs,I have to use my chair for long trips,like thru malls etc. Incomplete dislocation C-7 T-1
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I would recommend a wheel gun. In a chair, my father was in one for 4-5 years before he died, you can hit the mag release, or safety by accident.
Welcome, maybe a Belly Band holster would work for you..
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