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pjva04
11-15-2012, 13:15
I have seen some banner ads on here for Versacarry, but haven't seen a snubby holster in their line-up. I did some looking around and found these guys:

https://www.rdrholsters.com/store/display/2226/133/micro-carry-smith-wesson

http://www.doubletapholsters.com/page/products#!/~/product/category=2538237&id=11101125

http://shop.zeroconcealmentsystems.com/Bare-Bones-Series-Bare-Bones-Series.htm

It is an interesting concept, and being that I have used a ClipDraw, I am not adverse to trying this out. Does anyone have any experience with any of these makers? Lets refrain from the "pistol pointed at my junk" comments. Either you are on board with this type or not, either is cool..just wanna stay on subject.

Boot Stomper
11-16-2012, 01:13
The "zero concelment bare bones" looks like the best product. Too expensive for what it is. Should not be more than $10.00 maybe $15.00, they are asking $21.95.

$35.00 for the RDR holster! No way.

This one looks best.
http://shop.zeroconcealmentsystems.com/Bare-Bones-Series-Bare-Bones-Series.htm

Clutch Cargo
11-16-2012, 01:56
Metal against sweaty skin all day? Rust stains on a nice pair of tan Dockers would not fly.

Cochese
11-16-2012, 02:04
" NEVER holster your handgun into the Bare Bones holster while loaded. There is a chance you could discharge your handgun on accident We recommend you holster your handgun unloaded into the holster then mount it to your belt."


:rofl:

I don't carry unloaded handguns.

Mega pass.

pjva04
11-16-2012, 08:22
" NEVER holster your handgun into the Bare Bones holster while loaded. There is a chance you could discharge your handgun on accident We recommend you holster your handgun unloaded into the holster then mount it to your belt."


:rofl:

I don't carry unloaded handguns.

Mega pass.

I see your point, not sure that's just a blanket disclaimer or if there is something more to it. The way I interpreted it was load your handgun after inserting it or be careful when holstering.

pjva04
11-16-2012, 08:30
Metal against sweaty skin all day? Rust stains on a nice pair of tan Dockers would not fly.

Your point is valid. I am a wife-beater Tshirt with a regular T over it and jeans in the cool months and shorts in the warm months kinda guy. Can't carry at work (school system), and I don't remember ever seeing any rust on any of my firearms. They generally get an evening wipe down. Like I stated before, I have carried successfully with a clipdraw and barami in the past, so I figured this would be a slightly more secure way to carry, especially AIWB. My 1960's suede holster for the 442 is still going strong, but I was looking for a little added retention without bulk.

Went ahead and ordered the ATS from Double Tap as they are the only ones who responded when I emailed asking questions. I will post an honest review after I get it, but it will probably be later this Winter as they are my "gifts" from the kids this Christmas.

RYT 2BER
11-16-2012, 20:14
Metal against sweaty skin all day? Rust stains on a nice pair of tan Dockers would not fly.

I agree... I have no interest in these holster styles that have an exposed gun pressed up against your skin all day.

I honestly don't understand the appeal at all...:dunno:

tankermw
04-23-2013, 08:56
I cannot praise these guys enough. For comfort they are NUMBER 1. Try one and you'll be hooked too!