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Old 08-22-2012, 03:59 PM   #281
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Old 08-22-2012, 06:37 PM   #282
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Posted this on a couple of other threads. Just FYI.

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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Old 08-22-2012, 07:09 PM   #283
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Carry glock 22 and keltech pf9. Depends on my attitude and weather. Got the nemisis for my keltech, can't stand it. Got MIC razor for glock love it. Looking to get the crossbreed holster for my 9mm.
Any body use the crossbreed set up for the pf9?

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Carry glock 22 and keltech pf9. Depends on my attitude and weather. Got the nemisis for my keltech, can't stand it. Got MIC razor for glock love it. Looking to get the crossbreed holster for my 9mm.
Any body use the crossbreed set up for the pf9?
I have the Supertuck for my 1911. It is comfortable as IWB holster. It is a pain in the --- to tuck are regular dress shirt. I am waiting on a FusionPac for my P938. It is like a combination of crossbreed and bellyband. Takes the weight of your belt and you can actually tuck your shirt. It also works with gym shorts and sweats. I emailed back and forth with Anthony at TactiPac, because the P938 is new, and the response/service was great. I am expecting this to be my preferred concealed carry. I am currently using a Nemisis for the Sig.
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Posted this on a couple of other threads. Just FYI.

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.

Uncle George holster is not set up for a weapon to be fired while it's in the holster therefore is not covered by the law you state. It must be drawn before firing.
Wallet holsters would have a trigger hole to be classified NFA category.

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certain “wallet holsters” fall into the “any other weapon” category
and are subject to the provisions of the NFA.
These wallet holsters are generally rectangular in
shape, are designed to disguise the appearance of
the handgun, and are designed to allow the weapon
to be fired while it is contained within the wallet.
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Well, since I just got my permit yesterday, I haven't really decided yet. Probably either my CZ82, or my FN Hi Power.

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Uncle George holster is not set up for a weapon to be fired while it's in the holster therefore is not covered by the law you state. It must be drawn before firing.
Wallet holsters would have a trigger hole to be classified NFA category.

Read.

certain “wallet holsters” fall into the “any other weapon” category
and are subject to the provisions of the NFA.
These wallet holsters are generally rectangular in
shape, are designed to disguise the appearance of
the handgun, and are designed to allow the weapon
to be fired while it is contained within the wallet.
Thanks for the clarification. I thought it was a shoot-through holster. I've seen a few on here.
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I carry a Ruger P89DC.

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My father in law just bought both Shields (.40 & 9mm)...Great Guns!...Got to shoot them both last weekend. Middle target is with my EDC Glock 27...All grouping are at 35'
Way to take out that hostage.......lol
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Way to take out that hostage.......lol
LOL...you better hope you're not taken as a hostage when I'm around. My father-in-law was laughing at me for the same thing. I'll be honest here, at 35', the few times I did hit the bad guy (black target) I was still aiming at the red guy.
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