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This might be the best solution yet for pocket carry, esp. light triggers

This is a discussion on This might be the best solution yet for pocket carry, esp. light triggers within the LCP Accessories forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; Originally Posted by davevabch I just ordered Borall for my lcr. we shall see. I ordered off of ebay. I might order on for my ...

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  1. #21 Re: This might be the best solution yet for pocket carry, esp. light triggers 
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    Quote Originally Posted by davevabch View Post
    I just ordered Borall for my lcr. we shall see. I ordered off of ebay. I might order on for my New Pico also.


    Dave have you done a review of your New Pico? My Remora pocket holster seems to work well with my Custom-a good double action like trigger but not unsafely lite.
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    bowsetet, Have not done a review of the new Pico. Hopefully will be able to pick it up on Wednesday. I have so many Remora's they are coming out of my ears. Great holsters.
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    Yep. We both need help! They are cheap until you start to count the number of them and realize some real money was spent. I have a Remora for most of my handguns as well as other leather or kydex holsters for the same ones. Sort of a Remora back up holster. For example I have a $100 Tucker for LCR but carry it more often in a Remora-more comfortable and versatile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ETS View Post
    Have tried trigger holster-problem is severe printing when used for pocket carry.
    Does anyone really care about printing?
    Frankly, the only person paying attention to it is the person carrying the gun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joemack47 View Post
    Does anyone really care about printing?
    Frankly, the only person paying attention to it is the person carrying the gun.

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    I try not to print.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pennsy View Post
    I try not to print.
    I generally use cursive, however as a licensed individual I'll print on occasion.


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    I like to stay under the radar as much as possible for various reasons. No guns signs here have no force of law but they can ask you to leave. Some relatives and friends are not so gun friendly. At my place of work etc.etc.
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    The fact that I'm carrying is, as much as possible, known only to me. Therefore, I strive for no printing, although I burst out laughing at joemack47's comment.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pennsy View Post
    I like to stay under the radar as much as possible for various reasons. No guns signs here have no force of law but they can ask you to leave. Some relatives and friends are not so gun friendly. At my place of work etc.etc.
    One trick I use to divert attention away from the LCP I carry in pocket is to carry my smartphone in a belt holster clipped above my weak side front pocket. I figure if something I'm carrying is likely to draw attention, it's what's hanging on my belt, not what's hiding in my pocket. And even though carrying a cell phone in a belt holster may not be in fashion, it has a couple of nice side benefits. First, it's healthier for me. Check this out:

    Cellphone safety: Where do you keep your phone? - CBS News

    Second, it gives me a substitute pocket for the one I have to give up to carry my gun.
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    I wear dress slacks at the office with a Beltman belt and LCP in a Remora pocket holster. Due to thin dress slacks if anyone takes a close look it is obvious there is something more than car keys in that pocket but it doesn't say "gun". As a distraction I carry my bulky wallet in the other front pocket. Seems to be working well. I just chatted with two police officers in the parking lot and they didn't seem to take notice of anything "unusual".
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