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  1. #1
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    Urban Carry holsters?

    Anyone use them? Im liking what I see. Wondering if anyone has first hand experience with one. Want to order a G2.

    https://urbancarryholsters.com/urban...SABEgKU-_D_BwE
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    Looks like they should be hanging off of a saddle not shoved down someone’s pants. I actually do know someone that carries his 43 in one. I think it’s a gun toaster. Gun might come flying out when you give it a big tug under stress.
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    Marksman

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    Quote Originally Posted by BDill View Post
    Thought you was going to post thishttps://gfycat.com/TerribleUniqueBushsqueaker

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    I have a similar holster, but it has a phone case on the outside part, and doesn't flap over the top of the gun (bought it at a gun show, http://www.concealedcomfort.com/video.shtml). So instead of having a weird, useless flap over your belt, you just look like an old-timer with a crappy belt-mounted cell phone case.
    The muzzle of your gun will probably stick out the bottom and prints when you sit. I had a leather worker sew an extension on mine to cover the muzzle, but it still prints when I sit. So, I sit with my hand over it, or wear a jacket to cover it. Works okay, but with khaki pants, like the guy in the "suck and fail" video, it prints badly even when standing. Works okay with dark pants, as long as you are standing. Not a great option - it works okay, but not great. I'm looking hard at a 3speed holster or PT-one to replace it when I'm wearing a tucked in shirt.
    Last edited by Joe2; January 4th, 2019 at 09:55 AM.

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    Marksman

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    I have a buddy who really likes his. I borrowed it for a few weeks and tried it, but didn't like it. I will say, if you have a gut, it would probably be harder to use, no matter what. I'm also not a big fan of any firearm near, or pointing at, my junk....
    Last edited by krotsman; January 4th, 2019 at 09:57 AM.

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    Urban Carry Holsters are the epitome of "derp." Don't be a derp.

    If you like the idea of an appendix holster that can have a shirt tucked into it, look into getting a nice holster made with an Ulticlip attached. I cannot recommend this setup anymore. Appendix carry is the way to go for a plethora of good reasons. Personally, I prefer to have a shirt not tucked in over it, but if that's your thing you can clip the ulticlip either to the belt or behind your belt and tuck the shirt right into it. More concealable, more comfortable, safer, more reliable, and less derpy.

    Do yourself a favor and don't waste your money on the UC holster.
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  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by AustinBR View Post
    Urban Carry Holsters are the epitome of "derp." Don't be a derp.
    It’s right up there with Fanny packing... but each to his own.

    Use what works for you and train with it.

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    Marksman

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tboy View Post
    It’s right up there with Fanny packing... but each to his own.

    Use what works for you and train with it.

    What type of fanny packing are you referring to, sir? This is a family forum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tboy View Post
    Use what works for you and train with it.
    Training with what you use is imperative regardless of method of carrying. There are some options that are just simply bad, such as carrying in the small of the back, or using an UC holster, and I would argue that they shouldn't be trained "around" but instead should be avoided
    -- Austin

    "There is no "i" in team but there is in win. "
    --Michael Jordan


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