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does anyone have a kangaroo carry hoslster? It looks like it would be a little harder to draw quickly, but a really good way to conceale carry, I would like to hear other opinions these.
 

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I have one and use it for those times I want a real deeply concealed carry, like church. And, no, it would not be a fast draw holster. If time is of the essence, think of Superman ripping his shirt open. I'd rather lose a button than my life. One minor improvement I'd like to see is a little padding on the skin side. The J-Frame is fine but the pistol has sharper edges that can be felt. That is solved if wearing a t-shirt under I. but in hot FL summers sometimes I'd rather not.
 

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The Kangaroo Carry is my go to holster for carrying in a NPE (Non-permissive Environment) with a G19 while dressed up in business casual/suit/formal wear. I use a older Sky Marshal model, but the new one is even better because of the extra adjustments that can be made for fit. Very comfortable for me. 5'10" 195lbs.

This was a good review: http://www.defensivecarry.com/forum...ns/163063-kangaroo-carry-vs-deep-conceal.html

http://www.defensivecarry.com/forum...nts-semi-formal-work-setting.html#post1929972
 

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I have a Pistol Wear "Trump Card" which is either a clone of the Kangaroo or the Kangaroo is a clone of the Pistol wear. Who knows? But they are similar in construction and intended use. I, too, must concede that rapid draw is not gonna happen. The guy in the Kangaroo video (on site) does well getting his gun out of the neck of his polo shirt. Me? Not so quick!

For concealment I think it is good. For rapid deployment -- NOT so good. YMMV but, IMO, I hope (when and if I ever use the thing... :frown:) I don' need it in a hurry!
 
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