...and an option of a different sort: https://justholsterit.com/product/me...arry-tank-top/
This is a discussion on Looking to buy a shoulder holster within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by entertainment72 Well, checking their website, Galco doesn't make any shoulder holster, Miami Classic or Lite for any SCCY gun. 2nd point stands. ...
You also said:
"Time and effort spent finding a holster that might fit an SCCY would be better used to buy a better gun that holster makers have spent the time and effort to produce holsters for it."
I don't necessarily disagree with your point, and the OP could get one of several different quality firearms, but he's on a different track. Not MY track, not YOUR track. HIS track.
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LMT STD 16 - Mossberg 500A - Kahr P380
Henry H001Y - Winchester 12
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Marlin 336Y - Kahr MK9
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One note about belt tie downs that might save some effort. They work fine (if you need them), but when one needs to perform certain "necessary functions" in the Gentlemen's Room, removing and re-installing the belt tie downs is a real pain! Don't ask me how I know.
There is a solution and that is to use a spring loaded clip of some kind, but there will be some engineering required to make that work.
Much better to just adjust the holster and mag carrier to carry as far up under the arm as possible.
BTW...The Galco Miami Classic Lite will fit several guns other than those listed. Use some calipers and measure the gun and compare it to the dimensions of a Glock 19 (or whatever) and you can determine if it will fit or not.
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I am not trying to sell you one, but consider this, 1) They are made in the USA, 2) they come with a lifetime warranty that transfer with the gun, and 3) they cost less than $300 brand new. If I had to buy another gun today due one of the boating accidents mentioned on other forum posts, I would buy a SCCY right now.
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The thing to remember about shoulder holsters is that you are basically buying a holster and a quality gun belt in one package. When you consider that, the price makes more sense.
The OP might want to try the Galco Classic Lite. It might work with the SCCY, since it is slightly smaller than a Glock 26. But I would try to get one on discount....so you're not out too much cash if it doesn't work.
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I presently have this shoulder rig for my HK VP9sk w/2mag carrier. My piece hangs vertically instead of horizontally and the holster tilts forward for easy draw.
HK USP Compact .45 stainless HK USP Compact .40 stainless HK USP Compact .45
HK USP Compact 9mm HK 45c HK P30 HK P30sk HK VP9 HK VP9sk
Home made from a leather jacket, NOT lamb skin, one size too small. Attached is a kydex shell, backed by some medium weight leather glued and sewn to the jacket and a kydex backer inside the shoulder rig, running up and round the front to keep the pistol upright. The muzzle is just a bit lower than the butt. On the other side is a Biachi double magazine holster angled at about a 45 degree angle. Excess leather is removed. Weapon and ammo are up tight and stable. No need for any tiedowns and is on or off quickly. I don't wear it on the job often, occasionally between parts runs where I always wear it. I sometimes forget I'm wearing it. One day I went to put it on for a parts run, but then realized I was already wearing it, twice.
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