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LCP Holster

Discussion in 'Ruger Club' started by wespen125, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. wespen125

    wespen125

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    Hey all,
    I was looking for a poket holster for my lcp. Now I don't know if I was dreaming this or what, but I know I have seen a pocket holster that fits around the gun. It has a hole in the holster to pull the trigger, so that when you draw you pull out holster and all. My question was...where can I find this if it even exists. I wanted to say that it was made out of plastic or something, not leather or nylon. Thanks for the help!!
     
  2. nothing

    nothing Advertisement

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    I have seen them, but here are two things to consider.

    Do you really want to fire from a holster that could interfere with the slide cycling? The holster doesn't cover the trigger so is this safe? If you deem it safe then why do you need the holster, just stick it in your pocket and go?
     


  3. Ranger54

    Ranger54

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    I use a DeSantis Nemesis, the sticky one, works great!
     
  4. HK-N-THE-HOUSE

    HK-N-THE-HOUSE Silver Member

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  5. chfltft

    chfltft Retired Navy

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  6. Texas357

    Texas357 Señor Member CLM

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    Some pocket pistols (like the NAA Guardian) used to be available with a "wallet holster" like you describe, that could be fired without removing the holster. IIRC, they were deemed "AOW" by BATFE, (because it would be a disguised weapon that could be fired without revealing the weapon), and were withdrawn from the market.

    Get a holster that covers the trigger guard, especially for a pocket pistol.
     
  7. CnRnut

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