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Smallest Holster I've ever seen..

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by MooseJaw, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. MooseJaw

    MooseJaw NRA Lifer CLM

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    http://www.onesourcetactical.com/zackconcealmentholster.aspx

    But be advised, the Zack is an expert's holster and not for someone who might be fumble-fingered, or whose trigger finger tends to fidget with the trigger.



    The minimalist holster is first attached to belt by a loop of nylon cord. The kydex holster is then placed over the trigger guard of the pistol, snapping in place and covering the trigger area. The "holstered" pistol is then placed into the belt. Note: The kydex goes on the pistol and then the pistol goes in the pants. In that order.
     
  2. MaximaDrvr

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  3. racer88

    racer88 NRA & SAF mbr

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    Looks like a codpiece for a gun! :)
     
  4. MooseJaw

    MooseJaw NRA Lifer CLM

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    Too much information.. :rofl:
     
  5. glockman23

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    Wow, that looks..... really dangerous :rofl:
     
  6. MooseJaw

    MooseJaw NRA Lifer CLM

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  7. MaximaDrvr

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    Don't get me wrong, this is a new product to the market, and it looks to be a cheaper alternative as well.
     
  8. The Habit

    The Habit كافر

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    Looks like the answer to a question no one asked.
     
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    Hmmmmm, don't know about that.:dunno:
     
  10. GunFighter45ACP

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    I call it "The Plaxico"...
     
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    I need one of these to go along with my siderlock and saf-t-blok! Then I would be good with carrying using a clipdraw. Nah... I still wouldn't use a clipdraw :supergrin:
     
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    It would be the Anti-Plaxico, as this way the trigger is covered when you stick the gun in your sweat pants waist band. That way when it falls and you go to catch it, you don't pull the trigger.
     
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    I have one that I use on the bedside table with 1 in the pipe, and anchored to something solid (drawer handle).
     
  14. Ryobi

    Ryobi SummertimeRules

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    An expert's holster? BS. Only a novice or ill informed person would use that for a single minute for ccw or for duty. Experts use proper holsters that perform under a variety of condition. Best invention since Birdman sights. I can, however, see it as nightstand insurance.

     
  15. B.Reid

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    How is that used?
     
  16. Max1775

    Max1775 Marine Infidel

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    No thanks. I like a secure weapon on my side. Looks like the weapon could fall down inside your pants, pull off the "trigger cover", and possibly discharge. Plaxico Rig for sure...
     
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    From the one I posted, and I own...
    You can hand the weapon by the paracord and shake it around and it will not come free. It takes a purposeful movement to get it to come free.
     
  18. mike253

    mike253 NRA - IWLA

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    Gabe Suarez sells it so it's uber tactical!1111111!!!11!!!!

    His classes are decent, his staff (that I've met and dealt with) are great, unfortunately, he'd sell a Jim Brady doll if he thought he could make a buck
     
  19. ashtxsniper

    ashtxsniper TX Open Carrier

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    Gabe Suarez says that the Blackhawk Serpa is dangerous but endorses this holster. Just goes to show how credible he is.
     
  20. Max1775

    Max1775 Marine Infidel

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    It is still not going to securely hold a firearm in place stuck in your pants, IMO. Everyone has there own ways, but that will not be one of mine.