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clip on j-frame

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Jim_100, Jul 2, 2008.

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  1. Jim_100

    Jim_100 Member

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    Anyone have any experience with the little clip thing (screws to weapon)that holds the airweights in your pants without a holster?
     
  2. cpirtle

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    IIRC, they don't screw onto J frames and require the use of tape. That's why I have never tried one.

    Plenty of people love them though.
     
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    Interesting, for some reason I thought they were taped on the J frame..

    Still sucks for me because in Ohio the gun has to be in a holster :banghead:
     
  5. stanley_white

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    There is a version of the Clipdraw for the screws which is gun / model specific.

    There is another version of the Clipdraw that is "universal" and uses a form of double stick tape.

    I ran the S&W J-Frame specific one on my M&P340 for a month or so and liked it ALOT.

    In the end I ended up switching to the Fist #1KD in leather which I like more than any other holster.

    http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/k1/1KB.htm
     
  6. Tim Burke

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    Haven't tried the Clipdraw, but my 442 has a Barami hip-grip. I like it.
     
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