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Old 08-09-2012, 12:14 PM   #11
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Oh BTW, I really like the way you reinforce basics like grip and sighting on this vid. Thanks.
Hey, thanks, just wish I could practice what I preach a lot better!!

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I carry an LCP in my mountain bike under-the-seat pack and in a belly band sometimes. It took a heck of a lot of rounds to get reasonably good with it. They're fun though.
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I carry an LCP in my right front pocket at all times in a wallet holster. It is my fastest reload and if circumstances dictate, my primary sneeky pete pistol if it is obvious that I cannot draw my primary CCW in time. When I am in areas where I feel the need for a gun in hand, my right front pocket is a good place to put my shooting hand where I can grasp the LCP and no one is the wiser, but it can be brought to bear in a flash. I have a laser on it too should that be needed.
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What is the brand of the holster you use?
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Uncle George's wallet holster..I have a laserlyte laser mounted on the side of the LCP which is activated by a button on the side..so to prevent it from being activated when in the holster, I made a hole in the backing for the button to sit. Works great! I could even have the gun in my pocket at work with no one being the wiser. Of course you could do the same thing with a P3AT Keltec. Go here for the Uncle George's wallet holsters:http://www.unclegeorgeswalletholsters.com/Pages/default.aspx

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Just ordered one of George's holster.

How does it feel sitting down with it on?
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I use it in my right front pocket..feels like you have a wallet in there and does not bother me when sitting. I usually do not care for anything in my front pockets at all but this does not bother me in the least. It goes in the pocket when I get dressed and stays there till I change clothes or...
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Posted this elsewhere, I better post it here too:

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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Posted this elsewhere, I better post it here too:

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.
Before someone corrects me, this doesn't apply to the Uncle George wallet holster. My error; sorry, everybody.
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Before someone corrects me, this doesn't apply to the Uncle George wallet holster. My error; sorry, everybody.
If you had not posted your correction I was ready to chastise you. But you meant well and thanks for letting us know.
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