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    I bought this Holster for my car

    I got my Ohio CCW about a year ago. Enjoy carrying every where I go. I didn't like driving with my Sig P239 holstered on me so I found this great Car console Holster
    Check it out.

    https://tcholsters.refersion.com/c/fb6

    The picture of my holster is with door open from the bottom of the door. The holster can hardly be seen as the steering wheel obstructs the view and it can't be seen when empty from the passenger window.
    It's a great holster to have when driving, when I get to my destination I just transfer to my OWB holster.

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    Nice.

    Doesn't that feel a bit awkward to draw, from? I've been contemplating another dedicated in-car holster; Universal Vehicle Handgun Mount | Princess With A Gun is the one that seems the most viable - but I'm again struck with, "That's gotta be awkward to draw from."

    What's yours like? Is there a gap, or is it a pinky/ring finger curl around the grip, with the rest of your hand coming to rest on the firearm as it's drawn?

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    I got a belly band with an Ohai holster from ICE/Crossbreed and just stuck a piece of Velcro on the firewall under my steering wheel. I can transfer the Ohai from my belly band to the Velcro while driving, and then I peel it off and stick it back on my belly band when exiting the car.
    Luke 22:36 NKJV - "Then [Jesus] said to them, ". . . he who has no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one." Exodus 22:2 NKJV - "If the thief is found breaking in, and he is struck so that he dies, there shall be no guilt for his bloodshed."

  5. work at finding a carry rig that is comfortable everywhere. I decided NOT to remove my gun when I drive. What happens if, say, at the fuel station, someone carjacks you? Or does the prowl trick, openiong the right side door and snatching whatever? What happens if you're in a wreck, not hurt, and leave the car forgetting it becuase of your confusion? What about someone accosting you when, say, making a quick trip into the bank and you just "didn't bother" switching it to your waist? You are then unarmed.

    ALWAYS have your carry gun ON YOUR PERSON. Any number of things can happen to separate you from your weapon.

    I am a serious road cyclist, often riding all day from one place to another. When I decided to start bring a handgun along for my protection (actually, the lawful ability to be armed whilst riding is THE deciding factor for getting my Mother May I paperwork), I considered carrying the gun on the bike, in one of the bags, etc... but then began to consider what if I were somehow separated from the bike, either by an accident/upset/offroad excursion, or perhaps an assault (they WERE happening at the time up near seattle.. small groups of cyclists being waylaid by hooligans at "choke points" on bike paths, they being robbed, bikes stolen or trashed).. WOULD I have time/opportunity to retreive my handgun and present to ward off the assault? Maybe......... maybe not. Not good enough. It now constantly resides in one of the rear pockets on my riding jersey. It is ALWAYS ON MY PERSON.

    Same whenever I am driving the car... I worked and found a carry rig that is comfortable whilst driving. (for me it happens to be a Bianchi IWB clip-on, at my 4 oclock. I never know its there..... but it always is. Work at finding what works for YOU to carry it ON your person. Now, perhaps having the holster there as an option for times you can't legally carry wherever you are going.. such as banks in Montana, churches in Utah, certain government facilities..... toss a jacket over the whole thing so it can't be seen from anywhere outside..... but CARRY IT ON YOUR PERSON.

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    Individuals have choices but what tionico says.

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    In Car Holster

    Quote Originally Posted by DarrylHadfield View Post
    Nice.

    Doesn't that feel a bit awkward to draw, from? I've been contemplating another dedicated in-car holster; Universal Vehicle Handgun Mount | Princess With A Gun is the one that seems the most viable - but I'm again struck with, "That's gotta be awkward to draw from."

    What's yours like? Is there a gap, or is it a pinky/ring finger curl around the grip, with the rest of your hand coming to rest on the firearm as it's drawn?
    Not at all. It's great. On one side of the holster is a mag holder. I just pull the sig out just like out of my OWB holster. It's great really. There are several options for mounting also-- in the console CD holder or glove compartment. This holster is perfect for the car. I can draw with my total hand on the grip and just pull out. You can adjust the degree of pull you like by the way you mount the holster. Great Rig Indeed.

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