An inexpensive alternative to the Sneaky Pete

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    An inexpensive alternative to the Sneaky Pete

    That would be the Husky 4-1 pouch. It works well and is a less than $15 alternative.

    I did a short video review




    Just ' bout the action Boss...

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    Yeah...not obvious at all...
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    The zipper notwithstanding as a hindrance to rapid access, I think this would be much less obvious than the SP. It also doesn't scream, "I contain something valuable. Steal me!"
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    Well, it sure doesn't scream "shoot me".
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    Wow, my ears must be totally gone,I didn't hear a thing.

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    A good holster is all you need. I had a student with one of those sneaky petes - about as sneaky as carrying a laptop in a bag on your belt.

    I carry an HK45, I believe if you are going to carry a gun, carry a big one with lot's a big bullets! And yes I can carry it concealed. And I promise you I can draw, fire and re-holster it before you could access your gun in any kind of belt bag.

    The need to carry a gun means you need to dress around it. You need to not skimp on the holster. A good holster is comfortable and easy to carry. I carry one of the largest guns on the market and with a proper belt and holster it is comfortable and rapid to access.

    Anyway, not putting down your Husky, but it's just not for me. :)

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    Looks like a modified fanny pack.

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