Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?

Being able to go from very casual to extremely purposeful in a second can be a tactical advantage.

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9 Responses to Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?

  1. "lee n. field" says:

    It’ll be kind of subjective, but how well made and durable are they otherwise?

  2. Ross says:

    I think I’ve seen these before. Don’t you need to do a little chickenwing-shrug sort of move to break the pocket open?

    I’d like to see them with additional pockets. I don’t like to sit on anything and I don’t like anything on my belt, so I stuff everything in my front pockets.

  3. Human Being says:

    Their website says to draw the gun you pull up and *out*. Doesn’t that mean you laser your thigh each time you pop the snaps?

    • Paul Koning says:

      Maybe, but why does that matter? The laser won’t hurt you.

      • Human Being says:

        “Laser” is slang for ‘point the muzzle at’. A good draw from a holster should never end up pointing the barrel at any part of your body at any time.

    • RAN58 says:

      Yes you do laser your thigh and potentially other nether regions. I watched the product video’s on their website.
      So you’d best utilize good trigger discipline or you could end up shooting your femoral artery or castrating yourself.

      • Paul Koning says:

        Would the same be true for any other form of front pocket carry? And for that matter some other common carry options like appendix carry? Care is still needed…

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