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Old 03-22-2013, 02:21 AM   #1
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Anyone have a holster mounted in their vehicle to transfer that CW to while driving. I don't mind moving my weapon from my holster and back again, just wondering where you mounted them and how without drilling holes, I have a 2013 wrangler sport, really don't want to cut in it yet :-)

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Old 03-22-2013, 04:30 AM   #2
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I actually leave my ccw in my pocket and have a glovebox gun I move from the box to a holster affixed to the console by the shifter. Then it goes back when I get out... rinse repeat. I also have one under the drivers seat and one on console between seat and e-brake I tried, but they weren't ready to access enough and took to long to draw. So the holsters are still there, but I don't use them.

I also keep a second gun in the glovebox for a passenger that might be in the car during any altercation.

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Ive seen the holsters that mount to the dash under the steering wheel and wife suggested i get one for my 04 F150 but id rather not. Ive always got my piece on my hip, in the event i have to leave it in the truck i just tuck it under the seat. A holster under the wheel would be visible to would-be thieves from outside the truck. If i happen to be carrying my bersa itll go in the overhead bin, it fits perfectly there.

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Anyone have a holster mounted in their vehicle to transfer that CW to while driving. I don't mind moving my weapon from my holster and back again, just wondering where you mounted them and how without drilling holes, I have a 2013 wrangler sport, really don't want to cut in it yet :-)
Well, only for long roadtrips wll i put mine in its vehicle holster, but here is what i did, i bought a cheap uncle mikes size 2 iwb, left hand, grabbed an xacto knife and pencil, then held the holster against the plastic on the driver seat where it was to be mounted, and used the pencil to mark where to cut a notch to clip the holster to the seat. Then i cut the notch, and inserted the holsters clip into the notch. Took less than 2 minutes and maybe $13 for the holster.
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I had to dig up pics from an old post of mine and couldnt edit them in, but here they are. A word of caution regarding legality, this is definitely not texas friendly. Hard to believe that this liberal cess pool that is wa is better than texas in that oc is legal.

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http://www.gumcreekcustoms.com/cart.php?m=cart_home
These are pretty good.

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Something like this can work too. It is just basically a strap around the seat that you attach a holster too.

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I can't remember who makes it though.

These depend on preference and body type just like a carry holster.

+1 on checking your state's laws for vehicle carry.
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Yankeemarshal did a really good video on youtube. He basically took a left handed seeps holster and instead of the paddle he used the belt bracket and mounted it to the side of his console near his shifter knob. Really nice set up and still has retention. He filed down the retention block a bit so you did not have to push the locking button down to remove it just had to give it a slight tug. Worth checking out for an option that you can literally mount anywhere in your car.

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These are pretty good.

Something like this can work too. It is just basically a strap around the seat that you attach a holster too.

I can't remember who makes it though.

These depend on preference and body type just like a carry holster.

+1 on checking your state's laws for vehicle carry.
Problem with the top one is that there is a steering wheel in the way.
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I use two mounts:

1) Fobus paddle bolted to door pocket (just a simple bolt & locking nut to hold it in place, easily removed)
2) http://www.copsplus.com/prodnum1481.php bolted to the floorboard (looks like it's no longer available). Fobus ROTO Holster Universal Vehicle Mount

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