I bought this Holster for my car


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sigfan59
September 24, 2013, 04:45 PM
I didn't like driving with gun Holstered on my person, so I found this in car holster. It's perfect for driving (I have my CCW) and when I get to where I was going, I just take out of the car holster and go right to my OWB holster. Check it out https://tcholsters.refersion.com/c/fb6

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grubbylabs
September 24, 2013, 09:05 PM
That seems like a good idea

MErl
September 24, 2013, 09:33 PM
here is the non-advertizing version if you prefer:
http://www.texascustomholsters.com/

oversized holster with screw holes

sigfan59
September 24, 2013, 10:03 PM
I love it. When driving I don't have it holstered on me, easy to grab if needed.

mljdeckard
September 25, 2013, 12:39 AM
I have been looking at options like this for my wife's car.

Eb1
September 25, 2013, 12:44 AM
That is what I like about my Springfield XD holster that came with the kit. It mounts right by the steering wheel. On long trips it goes right within arms reach.

2A Citizen
September 25, 2013, 11:56 PM
How about a Holster that you can change over from car, to Tub to wherever you can think to stick it?

http://2aholster.com/?product=stick-up

Yeah, Shameless advertising on my part. But it is relevant~

C&C welcome.

herrwalther
September 27, 2013, 04:19 AM
$65-80 for a holster just for the car? No thanks. I can do virtually the same (and have) with a cheap Blackhawk OWB nylon holster and some Velcro to attach a holster to the inside of a console or to the carpeted part of a vehicle. I stopped the practice after I found a holster that I could comfortably drive with, even on a 4 hour drive in the southeast during the summer with my mother in law in the car.

2A Citizen
September 28, 2013, 12:39 AM
$65-80 for a holster just for the car? No thanks. I can do virtually the same (and have) with a cheap Blackhawk OWB nylon holster and some Velcro to attach a holster to the inside of a console or to the carpeted part of a vehicle. I stopped the practice after I found a holster that I could comfortably drive with, even on a 4 hour drive in the southeast during the summer with my mother in law in the car.

Just for a Car? No. You took it out of context or didn't read.

Does it help that this holster also can be stuck to the side of a tub, a boat, a bed frame, a refrigerator, a fill in the ____ and all within a few minutes of each other after removal? I understand the price pain, but taking any piece of gear out of context is short sighted.

However, having a holster that is comfortable enough to wear while driving for hours on end is great!

herrwalther
September 29, 2013, 06:12 AM
My comment was more directed for the TCH holsters. A holster that can stick to multiple might have some practical applications sure. My holster is comfortable enough to wear all day and every day. I am even guilty of sleeping with it attached on occasion. So driving in a sedan isn't all that uncomfortable for me.

leadcounsel
September 29, 2013, 10:19 PM
For something like driving where comfort doesn't matter, I would prefer a less expensive and more versatile holster, like a universal nylon with retention strap for ANY full or medium size semi-auto.

Very difficult to safely and swiftly draw while belted and seated in a car... much faster and safer to draw from console or under steering wheel.

I've been meaning to install one on both driver and passenger side in the near term. Nylon ones are practically free.

2A Citizen
September 30, 2013, 12:40 AM
My comment was more directed for the TCH holsters. A holster that can stick to multiple might have some practical applications sure. My holster is comfortable enough to wear all day and every day. I am even guilty of sleeping with it attached on occasion. So driving in a sedan isn't all that uncomfortable for me.

Got cha! Makes sense. Sorry for my miscue. If you have a holster that you can and have slept in, you probably ought to buy another one in case they stop making them :D

artee
October 1, 2013, 11:25 AM
Saw the thread title, "I bought this Holster for my car"

Really wondered just what belt it would take to hold a holster with a car.

Oh, the Back Pains...

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