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Does this type of holster exist? Ruger lcp

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by beachwalker, Dec 21, 2009.

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  1. beachwalker

    beachwalker Member

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    Bought wife ruger lcp to complement her Glock 26. Also bought her a handbag specially made to conceal the lcp.

    There are times however she would like not to use the purse carry.

    She doesn't want to have to wear a belt.
    Would prefer to have it just clip on to the waist band of her pants.
    She doesn't want it inside pants pocket.

    Any ideas??

    Thanks, Steve
     
  2. 19-3Ben

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    How about putting it in a pocket holster, and tucking it IWB. The pressure of the body pressing the gun against he waistband would probably hold it in place.

    It's definitely not the most secure way to carry a gun, and I don't think I'd be comfortable with that being a regular event. But it just might work. I would just have to be 100% sure that nothing was going to snag the trigger, and that she doesn't do any running, or anything that might dislodge the pistol.

    Now that I read my own post, maybe it's not such a good idea... What can I say. It's your call.
     
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    Check out Don Hume Leather the Kel-Tec Pa3t holsters will fit
     
  5. dagger dog

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    If you don't want to spend a bunch,get a IWB holster for the opposite side ,and clip it on the out side of the belt on the strong side, but you will have to fashion some kind of retention. I have a Uncle Mikes ambi,ballistic nylon for a small auto, it has retention, it's kind of Mickey Mouse but it works.
     
  6. W.E.G.

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    I see that gun hitting the ground often.

    Tell her NO.
     
  7. Xyas

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    I would NEVER conceal a gun unless the trigger was covered. I don't think those clipdraws cover the trigger. I would recommend against them.
     
  8. The Lone Haranguer

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    Assuming a right-handed person, you can get a left-handed IWB and use the clip (which would be normally be on the outside of the holster for a left-handed shooter) to secure it to a belt or waistband, this time with the clip to the inside and holster to the outside. You might get away with it on a small/light gun like this, if the holster has sufficient retention properties.
     
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