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Old 08-14-2006, 19:59   #1
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southpaw carry

hi fellow lefties or should i say southpaws. being a left handed person and shooter we are always limited with carry options. well i found a neat little thing called the clipdraw it can be mounted for left or right hand use, on the pistol. it is easy to use and cheap , that is it wont brake the bank. no need to put a holster on your belt. less bulk when carrying.i like it and if i want to wear a holster i can with on problem, check it out at the glockstore.com. rvery now and then something comes along that needs to be checked out, well this is one of them... benoit..
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Old 08-30-2008, 05:49   #2
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Lefty holsters have been better over the years. A real ***** to find in stock !
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Old 08-30-2008, 10:54   #3
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I have the clipdraw plate on my G19 right now but I've only used it once I believe. It is a good idea but I will not use it while I have a round in the chamber. Too many problems could occur.

I agree holsters are hard to find for us southpaws but since when has anything ever been easy for us.
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Old 09-16-2008, 17:03   #4
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Okay, here goes. I gave up on over the counter stuff years ago. I prefer leather. So, I have found leathersmiths that can make what I "want". I usually carry crossdraw. Either IWB or OWB. It's great when seated (as in a vehicle), and makes the handgun very accessable to my off hand (try drawing with your off hand from an IWB at about the 4:00 position). Done properly, either strong or weak, the muzzle doesn't cover any parts of your anatomy, and no bystanders, as well.
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Old 10-03-2008, 16:55   #5
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I carry at 6 o'clock using a Bianchi model 6 IWB holster size 14 for my HK USP 9, FNP40, and my little bro's G20.
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Old 10-03-2008, 16:59   #6
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Unless the trigger is covered, no carry system is safe.

As a lefty carring concealed, I've used SmartCarry, CrossBreed IWB, Bianchi 100 IWB and numerous pocket holster that all cover the trigger properly.
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Old 10-09-2008, 17:55   #7
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I recently received a left hand IWB holster from High Noon Holsters. They actually have southpaw holsters in stock ready to ship. I was very surprised.
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