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Old 08-19-2012, 11:05 PM   #1
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Default Ruger LCP Wallet Holster Review HD VIDEO

I have really enjoyed my Uncle George's Wallet Holster for my Ruger LCP.

Any of you guys own one?

What other wallet holsters have you found useful, or what pocket holster do you use?

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Wallet holsters are illegal under Federal law; a gun in a wallet holster is classified as an NFA firearm, and must be registered with the Feds just like a full-automatic weapon or a suppressor.

Here is the word, straight from the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: you'll see the passage on page five and continuing on page six.

http://www.atf.gov/publications/newsletters/ffl/ffl-newsletter-1997-08.pdf

Sorry about that. I don't want my gun wrapped in anything when I fire it, anyway, myself. I want it firmly in my hand.

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Wallet holsters are illegal under Federal law; a gun in a wallet holster is classified as an NFA firearm, and must be registered with the Feds just like a full-automatic weapon or a suppressor.

Here is the word, straight from the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: you'll see the passage on page five and continuing on page six.

http://www.atf.gov/publications/newsletters/ffl/ffl-newsletter-1997-08.pdf

Sorry about that. I don't want my gun wrapped in anything when I fire it, anyway, myself. I want it firmly in my hand.
You're putting out bad info.
You can't fire a weapon from an Uncle George without drawing it.
The law you quote relates to a trigger hole wallet holster.

Amsdorf I own one and I'm very happy with it.
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You're putting out bad info.
You can't fire a weapon from an Uncle George without drawing it.
The law you quote relates to a trigger hole wallet holster.

Amsdorf I own one and I'm very happy with it.
Like I said on the other thread; my mistake and I apologize. I thought it WAS a shoot-through holster.
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I wanted to update this thread, I made a new video on the Uncle George Holster. Last time, the holster I had was made for a LCP with a laser on it, this is the holster made for an LCP without a holster. Here's the new video:

http://youtu.be/amQKz7K3f1c?hd=1

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I have my own do-it-yourself wallet holster which is great except for one thing. The end of the barrel sticks out about 1/4 inch which wears holes in my jeans pockets. And even worse, I noticed it's starting to wear my car seat, so I quit using it. Does the Uncle George protect against this type of wear to jeans and car seats?

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Boot, sure does.

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