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Old 11-20-2012, 01:41 PM   #11
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can it get any better than this?
I originally almost got one of those.. but then ended up with a regular pocket holster... after carrying in pocket for some time, its just not for me
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:48 PM   #12
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Try Alabama Holster Company http://www.alabamaholster.com/

I've used one of their kydex pocket holsters with my LCP for
3 years with no compalints.

They list OWB and IWB for the LCP, with and without laser. Nice
people to deal with--if you want something special they will
do it.
They seem to have some products that fit what I'm looking for. Thank you
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can it get any better than this?
The novelty of that holster made me look the first time I saw it, but there were a couple reasons for me why this would be bad:

1. The gun has no safety. A regular holster would at least shield the trigger so it can't accidentally be shot.
2. The gun has no safety. Since this is my wife's gun, and she will usually be storing it in her purse, while fumbling about, I'd rather see the trigger hidden so it won't accidentally shoot.

But that's my set of circumstances.
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The novelty of that holster made me look the first time I saw it, but there were a couple reasons for me why this would be bad:

1. The gun has no safety. A regular holster would at least shield the trigger so it can't accidentally be shot.
2. The gun has no safety. Since this is my wife's gun, and she will usually be storing it in her purse, while fumbling about, I'd rather see the trigger hidden so it won't accidentally shoot.

But that's my set of circumstances.
Wise IMHO
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A good one for my LCP is the Remora holster. I wear beltless shorts here in Florida due to the hot weather. So a good holster that will fit and not move even if you were to jump up and down led me to Remora.
I my self live in Fla and carry with a Ramora with my PX4 Storm subcompact .She's not the prettiest holster to look at but I didn't buy her to look at either.Like you said no matter where I put this holster it stays put and it is more comfortable than many out there.I haven't tried them all but I've tried most and I liked this over the others.
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