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Interesting holster location. I don't remember I've ever been padded down over my groin area before. It would provide nice concealment. However, it is a very slow draw, and a very dangerous to put back
 

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BANG!!! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAH!!!!


 

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M47_Dragon said:
First rule of gun safety: Don't point the firearm at your own junk.


Second rule of gun safety: never point the firearm at your own junk.



 

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Use this type of holster (Thunderwear, actually) with a G27 and S&W642 on particular occasions. No problem and I still have my junk. Obviously, this setup is used for deep cover so you're not going to be drawing and re-holstering very much with live rounds. It's easiest/safest to put the gun in the pouch then button/zip up, but other than that it's fine.
 

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I have looked at those also but i must admit the main drawback

(to me anyway) is no way would i carry a chambered trigger safetied

weapon in that particular place.



I have been happily married for over 10 years now and

I know for a fact she didn't marry me for my money.



As much as i would like to think it had/has something to

do with my charming personality and good humored sense of humor.



The "manly" part of me would also like to think it had something to

do with cretin parts of the body you stand to loose in the event of an A.D. there.



Not to mention SHOULD you survive you would become known as

"That guy who shot his own junk off"



Most everyone who knows the name "John Wayne Bobbit" isn't because they

know him personally.
 

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I use this all the time with a Kahr MK9 and a snub, and I don't understand how you can shoot your own junk off, it takes a very deliberate trigger pull to fire both guns. I carry condition one, with no qualms whatsoever. It helps to have a respect for the firearm, and always being careful when drawing and reholstering, but seriously, how could it go off?
 

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I'm thinking about packing a Ruger Alaskan .500 and tuckin' it down deep in a smart carry. I'll have to pop a hole in the bottom so the barrel can go down one side of my pants leg. Not sure if it's a 'quick deployment' set-up but it'll definitely make for some wandering eyes.
 

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i thought you were talking about the trigger todd



i just know where this thread is going
 

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loloy said:
i just know where this thread is going


I could make a "coming and going" joke, but I won't ... Undoubtedly, that would just result in the thread being locked prematurely. And that would suck.
 

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M47_Dragon said:
First rule of gun safety: Don't point the firearm at your own junk.


That could be easily modified ....



First rule of firearms safety: Do not point your weapon at your gun.




Semper Fi
 
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