I bought this Holster for my car

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    I bought this Holster for my car

    I have had my Ohio CCW for a year now and I carry everywhere. I didn't like the feel of my Sig P239 holstered on me while driving so I bought this awesome in car Holster from

    https://tcholsters.refersion.com/c/fb6

    this Holster works great, as I drive it sits right next to my knee (just in case) and when I get out of the car I just transfer to my OWB holster.
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    Not to precipitate on your hootnanny, but I've never been a fan of car holsters. You get out of the car and forget to transfer. You get out of the car and in drawing from the car holster, touch the trigger. You get rear-ended at at the force of 10G the car holster is not sufficiently retentive; now it's an unguided missile.

    But, hope it work for you.
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    Is that a manual? I thought that I was the only person still driving a manual.
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    Looks good !
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    Visible from the window, with or without the firearm. It screams out 'gun'! No thank you (LEO and Thiefs will understand my desire not to do this).
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    Much more comfortable on a long ride than keeping it on you.

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    Indeed a stick in a Ford Fusion... love it.

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    Can't really see it from the window. Steering Wheel obstructs the view. Passenger Window, can't see it at all. No problem for the past 7 months.

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    Neat but i think that might be a problem in TX.... Don't need a CHL to carry in car, but it still has to be concealed.

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    Nice. Looks good and practical, enjoy. I don't see what some people don't like about it.

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    Nice, my cars holster rides a little closer to the firewall.
    P.s my Tiguan is manual as we'll (:
    P.s.s nice sig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadgerJ View Post
    Not to precipitate on your hootnanny, but I've never been a fan of car holsters. You get out of the car and forget to transfer. You get out of the car and in drawing from the car holster, touch the trigger. You get rear-ended at at the force of 10G the car holster is not sufficiently retentive; now it's an unguided missile.

    But, hope it work for you.
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    I prefer the DeSantis Kingston car holster. No permanent modification to or holes in the car, secures by strapping to the lower of the car's seat, which means it's never coming loose in a wreck, the holster is better concealed, more easily drawn from, and the holster has retention again to keep the gun from coming loose. It is also easily transferred betweenc ars, and if you train with and are careful with your firearm, the chances of firing the gun while holstering are nearly none. If you're careless and lazy, then sure.. good possibility ANY time you touch a gun.
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    I can't even FIND a holster that fits my...car.
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    Would (is) not be legal in FL without a strap being snapped over it (or velcroed). It has to be "securely encased."
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