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Old 04-27-2012, 11:29 PM   #1
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Have a Kel-Tec .380 that I carry all the time IWB. It has a little pocket clip on it that makes for great ccw. BUT I am a HUGE Glock fanatic. I have been considering the Glock 36 .45 ACP Slimline as a replacement. I understand that Glock Also has pocket clips that you can attach to fit IWB. My question is if anybody carries a G36 like this or If anybody has them how well they like them. My Kel-Tec has failed me several times and needs to be gotten rid of.

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Old 04-27-2012, 11:32 PM   #2
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I think the last line of your post says it all. Don't carry an unreliable gun.
That said glocks are great and .45 has great stopping power.

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Just get a good IWB holster and forget those clips attached to your handgun. You want to be able to draw it reliably when needed.

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Old 04-27-2012, 11:44 PM   #4
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I can draw my keltec fine. It's just it won't shoot haha

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Just get a good IWB holster and forget those clips attached to your handgun. You want to be able to draw it reliably when needed.
Totally - no brainer
BUT- How has the keltec failed you-
Guess you're still alive?
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I took it to the range to shoot it and out of 50 rds had 4 double feeds and 1 failure to fire.

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Thing is I hate the IWB holsters. Much rather have the clip. But still the question is can you conceal one like that.

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I took it to the range to shoot it and out of 50 rds had 4 double feeds and 1 failure to fire.
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Thing is I hate the IWB holsters. Much rather have the clip. But still the question is can you conceal one like that.
Yes, I hate IWB myself- Find a hi ride slim leather belt holster - You'll have to wear a loose shirt but -- Well, no buts- Thats about it
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I took it to the range to shoot it and out of 50 rds had 4 double feeds and 1 failure to fire.
Could it be ammo ? Limp wristing the gun ? Have you called .keltec?
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