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interesting NAA holster

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by BHP FAN, Jul 12, 2014.

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  1. BHP FAN

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    It says it's for a right hand holster ... looks like a left-hander to me.

    I have just carried mine bare in my pocket for the past 25 years. It's in my pocket now as I type.
     
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    I used to just slip my pistola in my waist band above my right hip, but my shape has changed some over the years...anyhoo, I find that a pocket holster makes a mouse gun easier to find, and keeps it in line for a consistant draw, which just naturally smooths the draw, which means you'll be quicker, with less chance of a ''fumble''.
     
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    Nope, that's a right hand holster. You see the leather ''square'' is a shield that breaks the outline of the revolver [they make 'em for Glocks and other semi-autos as well] in your pocket, looking kinda like a wallet. Imagine the surprise the crook will get when he tells you to ''hand it over''...
     
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    Those guns are essentially useless except for possibly scaring someone. I can't hold mine with more than one finger on the "grip" and hitting something smaller than a door is problematic.

    Carry a Kel-Tec 3AT for a lightweight hidden gun. At least you can hurt someone with it if necessary.
     
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    I carry a Browning Hi Power, Glock 26 or Stainless Taurus .38 nowadays, but I wasn't always so flush.
     
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