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Found a cool item on Amazon for the LC9

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by KING-PIN, Feb 14, 2012.

  1. KING-PIN

    KING-PIN

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    [ame="http://www.amazon.com/Ruger-Sneaky-Pete-Holster-Belt/dp/B005H2TQAQ/ref=sr_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1329253210&sr=8-6"]Amazon.com: Ruger LC9 Sneaky Pete Holster (Belt Loop): Sports & Outdoors@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/414xjQrbPOL.@@AMEPARAM@@414xjQrbPOL[/ame]

    I thought it was kind of neat.

    Thought I'd share in case nobody has seen it yet.

    :wavey:

    ETA: Click the picture. The link isn't working for some reason.
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2012

  2. Jason D

    Jason D INFRINGED Silver Member Millennium Member

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    Anything to get more people to carry guns.
    I have to ask though. Why would anyone buy one of these when they can just get a pocket holster for either front or back pocket carry?

    Unless they want to go for that insulin pump look.
     
  3. porschedog

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    It looks interesting. But then again, my LCP disappears in my pocket and one of these big enough to hold a 26 or 36 might just as well have a "There's a gun in here!" sign on it
     
  4. MotorCityBear

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    I have an LC-9 but that Sneaky Pete is not for me. I prefer a real holster.
     
  5. xmanhockey7

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    Got one for my Sig 238. Works well for when I work because my job is a bit physical so if the case falls out of my pocket or something the gun is well protected and people will not be the wiser.
     
  6. I have sevens variations on this for a while. I think it will become recognized as a holster. It is like those tactical vests; people know they are used to hide guns. I used to carry a fanny pack in the 1970s. When everyone was using them to carry guns in the 1990s, it was time to move on.
     
  7. Misty02

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    Thanks a lot, King-Pin!!! You just cost me $61.44.
    :honkie: :fist: :rant:

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  8. Misty02

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    Because not everyone wears clothing with pocket and/or belts? :)

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  9. Jason D

    Jason D INFRINGED Silver Member Millennium Member

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    Then you would be left carrying this thing around by hand.
    If that was the case. I would make more sense to get one of the organizer type gun carriers.
     
  10. Misty02

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    The one for the LCP has a clip in lieu of belt straps; it can go on the waistband of pants and/or skirts. I would have been saved had it not been for the clip. I’ve carried the silly thing a handful of times in over 2 years and it has 3 holsters.
    :faint:
     
  11. Jason D

    Jason D INFRINGED Silver Member Millennium Member

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    Now that actually seems like it'd be more versatile with the clips.
     
  12. miwall

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    I just received my n8tactical basic iwb holster for my lc9. 40 bucks and change and the fit is great. Downside is not too easy to reholster while wearing it- leather holster with elastic stretchy material to hold gun. Up side is now I can put stuff in my pocket again. I tried another iwb for the lc9, but it was soooo bulky.