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Old 10-15-2016, 06:47 AM   #1
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I've had this holster for a few years . They make a ton of different holsters for different guns in nylon or leather . They snap on and off in a heart beat . I wear mine above my belly button on a separate belt . I use it for driving , watching TV , playing on computer and you can slide it in any position in a second and you don't know you are wearing it . All my Glocks fit in the same holster plus a few other guns too It is not designed to be a concealment holster but you can draw it from any position standing or sitting SUPER fast . USA MADE TOO .

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ActiveProGea...0AAOxy4eJTNDzy
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Old 10-15-2016, 08:41 AM   #2
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I bought a Ken Null Vampire holster several years ago for my SP101. It is OWB and holds the SP parallel to the floor or butt down. When sitting it is right there just grab and pull. It was designed that with a firm tug on the butt of the firearm it will release. Made of horsehide and is a fine holster and now sells for $ 130. A stiff belt is a must.

http://www.klnullholsters.com/default.htm
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I have a Don Hume paddle holster that I use cross-draw. It allows me to move it slightly forward for driving or backward for more concealed under a loose shirt or jacket. Here it is with the Glock 30S (or 19) and the Taurus Judge for outdoor use around the farm. I tweaked the angle on the holster slightly to get a little more of a cant forward because of using it cross-draw. Easy on, Easy off. I reckon it is a bit unconventional, but it works well for me.
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Old 10-15-2016, 11:13 AM   #4
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I have a Fobus holster for my LCRs that has the roto belt attachment, not a paddle. I can set it up for crossdraw, but it's a little bulky to conceal. I'd like to find a leather crossdraw that doesn't cost half the price of the gun. I've always felt Ruger fouled up making the trigger guard larger than a J-frame. Knocked LCR owners out of using most of the bazillion J-frame holsters.
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I bought a Ken Null Vampire holster several years ago for my SP101. It is OWB and holds the SP parallel to the floor or butt down. When sitting it is right there just grab and pull. It was designed that with a firm tug on the butt of the firearm it will release. Made of horsehide and is a fine holster and now sells for $ 130. A stiff belt is a must.
http://www.klnullholsters.com/default.htm
Active pro gear make them in in leather too like the Ken Null for only $80 . They are not lined and will wear finish fast that is why I like the nylon one plus it is cheaper and gun slide out easier and they both snap on and off .

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ActiveProGea...kiXZYOwdfrVLNg
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I use a Blackhawk Guide holster when on the ATV.
http://www.blackhawk.com/Products/Ho...e-Holster.aspx

and sometimes a universal nylon holster mounted under the steering column of my truck but most often just my normal belt holster.

http://www.simplyrugged.com/ecommerc...407&parent=669
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44 ...... Pro Gear makes a holster like that too .

http://www.ebay.com/itm/ActiveProGea...h8TVv3S4L1Id8A

In Tx it is legal to carry a loaded firearm in the car . But it must hidden and out of sight . If it is in open sight and LEO sees it you will get a ticket and loss your gun ..They just change the gun laws in Tx for open carry so I don't know if that is still true . So if you drive in Tx hide that gun and be safe .
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