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Discussion in '1911 Carry' started by PeaceKeeper, Sep 21, 2011.
Strap breaks, or is cut by snatcher, an' the gun is gone. Sorry - ain't gonna be in my inventory...
I'd agree with Tex. I want my gun on me at all times and I want to know its there. This type of carry allows the user to be easily separated from the weapon which is a large concern for me.
Not to mention that zipper just created a two hand draw requirement which I'm not a big fan of.
I have two straps for it, one for over the shoulder and a belt also. I can wear both at the same time to make it more secure with the shoulder strap supporting the weight. I have a flat butt and nothing to hold my pants up. LOL
Does Hokie know about this?
He keeps up with all the latest "camera bag" technology.
O'he an european handbag...havn't seen them for a long time.
Now, you need to find some saddle bags for those Ruger single actions.
Dude - that was WAY TMI.....
Shocking that I ended up mentioned. Jerks. :rofl2:
Decent idea, but my gun will always stay on my hip!
I use a man purse for two reasons, 1) incognito at work, 2) i'm just too lazy sometimes to get "dressed" and put on a gun for a convenience store run.
I think some folks can get a little over concerned about off body carry, that's my opinion.
Same here, besides....WHEN I rarely have my bag with me....my Nikon and lenses fill it. :biggrin1:
Been there done that. Nothing beats an SOB OWB canted. It is so comfortable that I can lay in bed with my back propped up and read a book. The draw is extremely easy.
I don't think I would be comfortable with that thing on my shoulder... But hey if it works for you ... more power to ya !!!!