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Not sure if I have seen this covered yet but I am wondering who is going to be the first holster maker to come up with a viable carry rig for these types of guns? Obviously would have to be some sort of chest or shoulder rig. Anybody seen anything yet?
 
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Don't have the links but I saw a "tactical breacher's shotgun scabbard" that seemed to be the right size for the shockwave-like shotguns.

Granted, it was "tacticool". I guess it serves a purpose if you're a real operator, but anyway it's nylon and attaches to a plate carrier.

If I find the link, I'll post it.

I saw it somewhere like Midway or another vendor, but it was about the same price direct from the manufacturer.

James in Denver


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Found it:

https://www.voodootactical.net...hotgun-scabbard.html

Voodoo Tactical...

Seems it's out-of-stock at the manufacturer but I did see it somewhere at a vendor.

James in denver


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Andrews Leather has an interesting shoulder rig I believe is based on a USM design.

http://www.andrewsleather.com/traditional.htm

The Firepower Rig
 
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How about an Evil Dead Ash boomstick holster? Big Grin



 
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Originally posted by dewhorse:
Andrews Leather has an interesting shoulder rig I believe is based on a USM design.

http://www.andrewsleather.com/traditional.htm

The Firepower Rig


Ha! Love the old school 1980s tacticool look. A pre-Mall Ninja. Big Grin

(And only $550.)



It'd go great with a M1 Carbine in a belt holster.



Rather than a mere Glock, they need to incorporate this in the off side:
 
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It'd go great with a M1 Carbine in a belt holster.

I'd love to see what a quick draw looks like. Razz
 
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Love the old school 1980s tacticool look. A pre-Mall Ninja. Big Grin
It'd go great with a M1 Carbine in a belt holster.


The guy in the tan shirt -- that's an 80's porn star mustache. I suspect someone can find a mall- or ninja-based VHS tape along this line.

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What about the holster used in mad max?
 
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Tuck it along the inside of your pants and you can just tell everyone you're happy to see them!
 
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What about the holster used in mad max?


that was a double barrel so much shorter
 
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I like the shoulder holster idea.



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Originally posted by James in Denver:
Found it:

https://www.voodootactical.net...hotgun-scabbard.html

Voodoo Tactical...

Seems it's out-of-stock at the manufacturer but I did see it somewhere at a vendor.

James in denver

I tried that one but as is it doesn't come close to covering the trigger.
 
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Since the Shockwave (and the 870 PT 14) are obviously not for EDC weapons, something simple will do. There is a simple hook, GG I think, that comes either in triangle or regular oval long sling shape that replaces the trigger pin on both guns. Hook it to an old leather strap-maybe an obsolete sling. and run it over your gun shoulder across the back, hook it up (Under the appropriate garment of course)and you are set to go.
BTW I have shot both guns and a laser sight is a must for either one.


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