Sunday, July 29, 2012

Nice Accessory

Isn't a holster, but an adapter for the holster you currently use.  Only drawback I can see is having to take your holster on and off your belt a lot when getting in and out.

http://www.gumcreekcustoms.com/


4 comments:

Patrick Kelly said...

You're supposed to use a holster opposite the hand you draw from with this device. Left handed for right handed draw, right handed holster for left handed draw. So, that means you need a dedicated holster for this device.

The good news it doesn't have to be as awesome or custom as what you would normally wear on your hip.

Rebus said...

Meh, boys and their toys...
I'm saving for one of these:
http://www.theverge.com/2012/7/30/3201328/kuratas-suidobashi-mech-robot-japan

heresolong said...

Rebus, I don't consider tools that make the exercise of the right to self defense more effective to be toys.

That being said, what on earth would you do with something that big? It is cool, but...

Professor Hale said...

Agree. Toys are something you keep locked up in your home when not in use.

It seems like you would be whacking your knees on it a lot too.

Also, it doesn't look legal in California (not that I care what is legal in California, I just like saying that)