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Anybody use one of these? I ordered one and it came today as the idea seems pretty cool. Gun fits good, holster appears to be good quality, but I am not sure on it. It seems to me the gun is going to rise after the first shot as it doesn't seem to be held snug and there seems to be a little movement. I know I need to go to the range and try it, or just sending it back and stick with the Blackhawk pocket holster and get an ankle holster to go with it.


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I'm not familiar with this holster.

Is it designed to be able to fire the weapon while it is still inside the holster?
 

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I'm not familiar with this holster.

Is it designed to be able to fire the weapon while it is still inside the holster?
Yes, that is the beauty of it...
 

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North American Arms offered a similar device for the Guardian series semi-autos and discontinued it after it was deemed to create an "AOW" , (Any Other Weapon), designation
 

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I don't like that the trigger is exposed. In a pocket that just seems dangerous to me.
 

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I chose to send it back to E COP POLICE SUPPLY...Just didn't feel comfortable with it, and the Blackhawk nylon shin dig works great. Smaller as well. no questions asked and a full refund including my postage. Having them ship me a galco for the new sigma.
 

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Some states laws frown on a holster that allows shooting without removing the gun from the holster, so be sure to check all the applicable laws for your area before using something like this.
 

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Some states laws frown on a holster that allows shooting without removing the gun from the holster, so be sure to check all the applicable laws for your area before using something like this.
Definitely true. Legal here in TX, but a Felony in CA.
 

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I agree with the concerns about not covering the trigger. Plus, the holster is almost certainly going to interfere with the proper cycling and ejection, so you'd better make the ONE shot count.
 

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Some states laws frown on a holster that allows shooting without removing the gun from the holster, so be sure to check all the applicable laws for your area before using something like this.
And All Reciprocity States ... Just Saying !
 

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I bought one last month. It just didn't seem safe to me so I sent it back. I am sticking with the Blackhawk pocket holster for myself.
 
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