PDA gun holsters


PDA






Pyro
July 3, 2014, 03:51 PM
Has anybody had experience with these? I like the idea of carrying a handgun on the outside of a belt but it remaining concealed inside a "PDA" carrier.

How comfortable are they? Easy access to handgun?

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Mike Kerr
July 4, 2014, 01:09 AM
I wish someone would answer this thread. Somebody must have tried the Sneaky Pete or similar.

regards
:):)

toivo
July 4, 2014, 02:06 AM
I bought a Bulldog like this for my P32:

http://www.amazon.com/Bulldog-Nylon-Phone-Holster-Black/dp/B002HSQHFK

It carries it and conceals well enough, but good luck if you ever had to draw from it. It holds the pistol the long way (slide parallel to the ground) and is such a tight fit that there's barely enough room to reach in and get a hold of it. You have to pinch the pistol between your thumb and fingers and basically wiggle it out of the pouch.

I wouldn't even feel safe trying to remove a loaded gun from this pouch in the comfort of my own home.

I guess you've figured out by now that I don't recommend this Bulldog. :scrutiny: One like this might work better:

http://www.amazon.com/Bulldog-Cases-Vertical-Holster-Sub-Compact/dp/B00AU6A3JW/ref=cm_cr_pr_sims_t

jcwit
July 4, 2014, 07:14 AM
I purchased a PDA holster and m happy with it. Use it daily and have no complaints at all.

I like the PDA over the Sneaky Pete as the PDA is made here in the USA while it's my understanding the Sneaky Pete in made off shore. I also like the paddle option that PDA offers.

JTQ
July 4, 2014, 08:36 AM
The Safepacker from Wilderness Tactical has been around for quite some time.

http://www.thewilderness.com/safepacker-concealment-holster/

jcwit
July 4, 2014, 11:19 PM
Looked at those, quite a bit more expensive and not nearly as convenient.

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