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Old 04-30-2012, 01:14 PM   #21
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Btenn If you think carry'n a pistol is truely safe on a clip then go right ahead. You are getting replies to buy a IWB holster. Do so or don't, your call. People would not be telling you to get one if they did not feel it can be coverd or tucked in both safely and smartly. Anything new takes time to get use to just like hanging that glock off a clip won't feel the same. Your dime . No need to ask and then diagree with the responce. With you like a glock then get it and carry how you want.

I to well say If your KT is not working right its you or the pistol, right. If you have not had another shooter take it and try it on there own or you have not sent it back for some TLC shame on you. Small pistols can give fits to some owners no matter the make. I have a kahr that would not work the first owner. For me ,Its a great pistol. Go figure.

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Old 04-30-2012, 02:05 PM   #22
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My experience with Kel-Tec's is that they are a crap shoot or is that a piece of crap that won't shoot IDK.

I don't like the idea of the trigger guard not being covered period, that is me and my .02. I know guys that love the belt clips and the Kel-Tec.

I would find someone I really didn't like and sell it to him and buy a better gun or better yet trade it in on a better gun. You want a .45 go for it if you can figure out how to carry it first, just remember, what works for one gun may not work for another, just like people like different guns and holsters, guns seem to carry differently from make and size changes.
My EDC is a nice 98.7 degrees.
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