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    Anyone who carries their pistols in the car

    Anyone who carries their pistols in the car, I came across a gun mounting system from Alien Gear called the Clock Dock Mounting system. It holds a holster right where you can get your hands on your gun really easy. All you have to do is pick the holster, either an IWB or OWB for your gun and youíre good to go.

    Web Site: https://aliengearholsters.com/cloak-dock-holster-mount.html

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    Looks a tad 'over engineered'. I'm kinda partial to the magnet version...
    Keep It Simple Stupid.

  4. My friends would disagree but I kinda want to get one for myself now! Sounds like an easy way in case I ever want to carry my gun and kept it secure in my car

  5. My pistol stays in the car when Iím in the gym or being seen by a doctor. Otherwise itís always on me.


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    Anyone who carries their pistols in the car

    Thatís a nice set up but since I donít carry inside the waistband anymore and since I only carry outside the waistband concealed in a much better pancake holster that conceals way better than that does, I chose this holster from Gum Creek to carry my truck gun whenever Iím on long trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsutter71 View Post
    My pistol stays in the car when Iím in the gym or being seen by a doctor. Otherwise itís always on me.


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    Unless you carry outside the waistband on your hip or depending on your body build and what your appendix carry set up is if you carry appendix, youíre better off to have a pistol in a holster thatís not on you because it will be a lot more accessible if you need it in a hurry.

    When I first started carrying, I carried in an inside the waistband holster on my right hip but while being seated in a vehicle, my pistol was kind of hard to access and now that I pocket carry when Iím at work in the truck or in the summer time on personal time thatís even harder to access while sitting down in a vehicle.


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  8. Currently the gyms in Texas donít allow access to the lockers and I have DV plates so my car is always parked upfront. When I workout I only carry fluids and a towel. I drive a Corvette and my pistol takes my 2 seconds to access in the center console. As far as my build I am height weight proportionate and I appendix carry. Iíve had plenty of experience knowing how to react in a hostile situation and eliminate a threat from the 39 months I fought in Iraq.


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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsutter71 View Post
    Currently the gyms in Texas donít allow access to the lockers and I have DV plates so my car is always parked upfront. When I workout I only carry fluids and a towel. I drive a Corvette and my pistol takes my 2 seconds to access in the center console. As far as my build I am height weight proportionate and I appendix carry. Iíve had plenty of experience knowing how to react in a hostile situation and eliminate a threat from the 39 months I fought in Iraq.


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    Iím not saying you do but even you had a little bit of a gut, a lot of people Iíve talked to say that appendix carry and OWB carry are the two most best ways to carry a pistol on you for quick access when seated in a vehicle. Thereís also cross draw which is probably better but thatís really only for being seated in a car. It doesnít really work that well for standing up.


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    Quote Originally Posted by corneileous View Post
    I’m not saying you do but even you had a little bit of a gut, a lot of people I’ve talked to say that appendix carry and OWB carry are the two most best ways to carry a pistol on you for quick access when seated in a vehicle. There’s also cross draw which is probably better but that’s really only for being seated in a car. It doesn’t really work that well for standing up.
    Speaking of people who are PHENOMENALLY UNQUALIFIED TO GIVE ADVICE ON FIREARMS....

    how ya doing Twinkie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eidolon View Post
    Speaking of people who are PHENOMENALLY UNQUALIFIED TO GIVE ADVICE ON FIREARMS....

    how ya doing Twinkie?
    Oh look, itís my one and only little closet fan back at it once again spreading his comical rhetoric for reasons unknown.

    Iím doin just fine; how are ya, ya little incessant troll? I see you still obviously got a bug up your backside over somethiní and you just canít seem to get rid of it, can you?


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