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

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

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    For all pocket guns, new LCP ll as well as Sig 238 etc. Best trigger protection

    http://www.boraii.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html

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    I like it. thanks for posting!
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    I just bought one for my gen2 LCP. It's too early to review it but it seems well made. I'm going to have to spend some time with it as right now I can't consistently draw from it without the whole thing coming out of my pocket with the gun still in the holster.


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    Quote Originally Posted by dkma22 View Post
    I just bought one for my gen2 LCP. It's too early to review it but it seems well made. I'm going to have to spend some time with it as right now I can't consistently draw from it without the whole thing coming out of my pocket with the gun still in the holster.


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    Perhaps a little draw EZ or some silicone oil might help? I love the way you can RACK AND LOAD the weapon and load and unload a magazine with the Holster protecting the trigger AND HOW THIN IT IS.. This would also be a way to protect the gun if you are like a weapon by your bed etc. Maybe ideal if you often carry while driving? Dave keep us posted on your holster. You might want to call the vendor and explain this, maybe he has a solution. Maybe something you can put on the outside of the holster to make it more sticky or whatever. Thanks for posting.

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    The instruction manual shows the proper technique for drawing. That seems to help. Angle the hammer end forward/muzzle end back and yank sharply. There's no easing the gun out of the holster. Requires a sharp yank.


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    12.7 ounces with 6+1. Put a small piece of grip tape near the hook to see if that helps with drawing.



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    12.7 ounces with 6+1. Put a small piece of grip tape near the hook to see if that helps with drawing.



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    Wow Dave, I think that is about as good as it gets for pocket carry. I would like to see this company make a super thin IWB holster. I have a Ruger LCR9mm great fun gun, but thinking of a LCR 38 because of the weight difference. 17 oz unloaded vs 13. I see they make one for this gun. Thanks for posting.
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    I noticed one thing which I had read about in a review of the holster. The retention is all at the trigger guard so the kydex doesn't fit tight at the muzzle end. After carrying for a little while outside while doing some yard work I checked and the holster had come away from the muzzle end. I thought the little bit of grip tape I added might be a factor so I took that off but it happened again. I don't think there's a danger of the trigger area coming off but it's something to keep an eye on.



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    Lint trap.More so than full coverage holster.
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    I've never carried Kydex in a pocket but when I switched from a soft holster to a stiff leather I found out after a few years the stiff leather wore holes in my jeans pocket, I expect this would have the same effect.
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