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Anyone use a MIC holster?

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by cjbramlett, Apr 30, 2011.

  1. cjbramlett

    cjbramlett

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    I am looking into getting into one and was wondering if anyone else uses or has used one. Thanks
     
  2. sharp

    sharp

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    Yes I have one, have used it and like it for some situations. Is it the most secure holster? No. But it's totally safe and it's minimalist design and application lend it to ultra deep cover concealment. Great if you like appendix carry. Huge upgrade if you're in the unsafe practice of Mexican carry with a round in the chamber.
     


  3. Use a similar design called the Zak. For a quick trip, its great. On another forum, quite a few folks use them on nightstand guns, and in grabngo type bags.

    dan
     
  4. I have one and really enjoy it. It has its place for sure. Very good for certain applications and works exactly as described in the videos. For $20 it's worth it.
     
  5. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    Great for a nightstand or glovebox. Far from adequate for carrying a loaded gun on your person.
     
  6. zigzagg321

    zigzagg321 clever quip

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    Yep, glove box duty only. Thats all its good for basically.
     
  7. I disagree. There are certain times where I use it on my person. It's very good for deep concealment. Everyone has an opinion about these things but it is definitely worth the investment. If you don't end up using it for edc you will still find plenty of use for it.
     
  8. Even if you don't find "appendix carry" comfortable for you, it's works great for nightstand, glovebox, truck consule etc.!!! Unlike Bill suggests; for me, it's a great holster. I can mow the yard, clean the house, drive in states that I'm legal in, etc.!!!


    That said; unlike what Bill says, IMHO, the guys that "poopoo" this little holster must have the "DickDoo"!!!!! In other words, you cannot have a beer belly for this holster to be comfortable. If your Belly Stick Out Farther Than Your Dick Do..........this little holster ain't for you!!!:tongueout::tongueout:
     
  9. hikerpaddler

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    As previously noted, gut or no gut, they're suitable for a drawer, not your pants.
     
    Last edited: May 7, 2011
  10. mc24

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    i just got one last week. it is exactly like it says, a great holster for deep concealment. i wore mine to church last week and it was very concealable. i just havent gotten over the fact that i have a gun pointed at my "goodies". but if you want something for deep concealment at a low cost, this is your product.
     
  11. Bill Lumberg

    Bill Lumberg BTF Inventor

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    Certain folks have been using inadequate carry methods for longer than I've been around. Foolish, yes, but it's not like they're an instant death sentence. Anyone who settles for one of these is still unlikely to hurt anyone but themselves, so more power to them. Enjoy your purchase.
     
  12. ADK_40GLKr

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  13. I have one, use it occasionally when I need a tucked in shirt.

    Works quite well.
     
  14. Pierre!

    Pierre! NRA Life Member

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    check out the Vanguard Trigger Guard Holster

    The nice part is when your lanyard breaks or comes loose you have a neat way to pop that Trigger Guard Holster off the pistol with one hand.

    Pretty sure it was the first of this design, and I prefer it for my use. Have one for the S&W Snubbie and the Keltec P3AT and these holsters are great!

    HTH