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Looking for any first hand experience using an Urban Carry Holster.


Direct Link: www.YouTube.com/watch?v=pkRofcvfnHg

Company Website:
www.UrbanCarryHolsters.com

Black or Brown

Costs:
Version 1 $55
Version G2 $65
G2 Version with English Leather $105


Direct Link: www.YouTube.com/watch?v=-pKGcd-yWWg




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I have never used this holster myself, but a good friend of mine uses one. He carries a Ruger 380 in it everyday. He swears buy it. I have also been thinking of trying this holster out.
 
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Originally posted by smithbc:
I have never used this holster myself, but a good friend of mine uses one. He carries a Ruger 380 in it everyday. He swears buy it. I have also been thinking of trying this holster out.


Great, Thank You!




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Have you tried drawing it while seated? In a car, perhaps? One handed? Support hand? How exactly are people vetting their holsters as good-to-go?

This holster seems absolutely rife with issues.



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Seems to work better for the smaller guns, like the Glock 43 or so.



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It appears to render the user defenseless if seated. Looks like a real bad idea.


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I'm 6' 1"s 'and 240 lbs sporting a bit of a "muffin-top". And I'm just not comfortable carrying in waistband, appendix style. I've tried it with a couple of different guns ranging from a 4" 1911, down to the small Rohrbaugh R9. It seems that the longer the barrel, the less the butt of the gun forces "out" when seated.

On the other hand, my buddy who is thinner than I am, carries his Duty Sig P226 almost exclusively this way when he's off duty.

Basically, I believe everyone interersted in this type of carry needs to try it and determine for himself/herself if it's right for him/her. Good luck.


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I just order one,for 65 bucks it might be the thing I need,if it don't work out I will throw in that box of holsters that didn't
 
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Hey 45cal!

I was curious if you had tested out this holster. Any opinions?

Bruce



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