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Clipdraw Holster

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OIF0911VET:
Has anyone Used a Clipdraw holster before? I am thinking about getting one for my Glock model 36 and I am looking for some feedback.

Thanks!

Zuplex:
Disclaimer: I am brand new to concealed carry and have zero experience. Still, carrying a pistol without something securely covering the trigger guard sounds risky. You don't want to end up like this guy:

http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2014/01/suspect_in_downtown_shooting_b.html

So, in addition to the Clipdraw, you may want to consider something that covers the trigger guard, like this:

http://aegisarmory.us/shop/kydexholsters/the-guardian-kydex-trigger-guard/

It would still maintain a low profile, but add a measure of safety.

OIF0911VET:

--- Quote from: Zuplex on February 04, 2014, 01:05:24 PM ---Disclaimer: I am brand new to concealed carry and have zero experience. Still, carrying a pistol without something securely covering the trigger guard sounds risky. You don't want to end up like this guy:

http://www.oregonlive.com/portland/index.ssf/2014/01/suspect_in_downtown_shooting_b.html

So, in addition to the Clipdraw, you may want to consider something that covers the trigger guard, like this:

http://aegisarmory.us/shop/kydexholsters/the-guardian-kydex-trigger-guard/

It would still maintain a low profile, but add a measure of safety.

--- End quote ---


I plan on ordering a trigger guard exactly like that one. Thanks for the links. I have been carrying for over a year now and I have been around firearms for years, but it is always good to have reminders to be SAFE

Zuplex:
Amen!

CR Williams:
I ran one for a while. What I did was set it so that it would clip the gun inside the belt such that the belt covered the trigger. Sort of a belt slide without having and actual belt slide. I put them on one or another knife sheath as well to facilitate carrying inside the waistband.

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