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Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by Glockdude1, Jun 17, 2011.
Anyone here have this holster?
I have never seen heard of it before but I really like the simplicity. For a measly twenty bucks I just ordered one.
Doesn't cover the trigger.. No thanks.. but it is a pretty interesting idea.
No thanks. It relies totally on belt tension to hold the pistol in place. Every time you have to loosen your belt you now have a loose gun with the trigger unprotected. Even a Clipdraw secures the gun to the belt.
My Box o' Holsters is getting pretty full.
This is as far as you need to look. Best in the world
but it's not 19.95.
Do you think that will conceal ok on my JC Penny belt?
It is more than 19.95 for sure, my friend but it't worth it. Prolly gonna need a better belt also
Versa carry, combined with clip draw, safe-t-block, and a jc penny belt equals a recipe for all day concealed carry comfort, and peace of mind!
What, no empty chamber, no magazine, with a trigger lock???
What if you add this:
Hi guys, my name is Justin Sitz I'm the inventor of the VersaCarry Concealment System and I wanted to post a couple of videos I think might help everyone understand the product better. For Example the product doesn't just rely on just belt tension, if that were the case every time you had to use the toilet your gun would have to be removed. The VersaCarry can support a gun by itself even upside down. These Videos will explain better.
I have used Clipdraw ever since they came out and love them. I have used them on 4 Glocks now , and I think I have even used the same one when switching from .40 to 9mm pistols. Up until a few months back have I ever replaced the factory mag release and now the ext mag release digs into my back or hip, will VersaCarry solve this problem because I am about to put the factory mag release back on.
Also will the 9mm version hold a Ruger 357 Blackhawk? I know it would be awkward to try to conceal but just curious.
I don't have a 9mm or a 380, but if I did I'd try one.
also, upload those vids to youtube plez, they buffered like crazy...and I'm on 30Mbps cable.
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Very creative holster. I personally just can't mentally carry (especially something without an external safety...i.e. glock) AIWB without something covering the trigger. Otherwise this is a great minimalist holster.
I really do like this concept, but still waiting for a reply to see if it will work with my revolvers as well as my semi handguns
Too bad it doesn't have some sort of sweat shield. In summer, my guns would quickly be soaked with perspiration. Great concept though.
Cool holster, nice idea. Thanks..............
Trigger is not covered, so it's a no go for me.