Mounted Holster System

Dara Holsters

Dara Holsters and Gear is now selling a holster mounting system that combines the company’s Kydex holsters with gear from RAM Mounts. These mounting systems allow a user to attach a holster to the underside of a desk, inside a vehicle or even on the handlebars of an ATV.

Dara Holsters and Gear will offer the kits with the user’s choice of a standard (open top) Kydex holster or the company’s Level II Duty holster that has a rotating hood.

Three different mounting options are available: a flat mount, a suction cup mount and a Tough-Claw mount that is suitable for attaching a holster to a bar or rail. Holster and mount packages start at $84.99 and go up depending on the type of mount desired.

Richard Johnson

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  • Brocus

    starts to look like the crevices on that pistol are filled with dead skin smeg

  • USMC03Vet

    I hate when I drop my Glock into the cake mix.

    • SP mclaughlin

      Mattv2099 strikes again!

  • MrEllis

    Mounting a gun in a car like that is always a bad idea. In fender benders and accidents that’s don’t even total the whole car guns carried on people are found in odd places, these things… yeah.

    Plus, criminals know about these things and if they see one (even empty) at the very least you’re out a window and your ashtray change.

    • Giolli Joker

      On the second point: I’d see it more as a temporary storage while you drive than a place where to leave the gun when you get out of the car.

      • Bill

        I agree, if I have to leave a gun in a car, which I do rarely, I want it as far out of sight and mind, or other things that might be stolen, like airbags and sound systems, as possible, and I don’t think a thief could go after those without seeing this. One secret for free: it is by no means quick access, but a GLOCK and a couple spare mags can live under a bolted-down compact spare for years, properly lubed and and packaged. Just remove it before your daughter calls the AAA guy to change her tire for her at 2:00 AM after she’s borrowed it, or make sure the driver knows who you are.

        Along with the “No Radio” sign, maybe we need “No Guns” signs. 😉

    • Bill

      And if in the course of your crash you wind up unconscious in the hospital, you might have some ‘splaining to do, or the gun winds up with an unscrupulous tow operator, or lands in a ditch 75 feet down the road where it’s discovered by an inmate litter crew 7 weeks later.

      I definitely don’t like being separated from my fighting gun; in a lot of places its the only thing I can count on, and we’ve spent a lot of time establishing a warm, caring relationship based on mutual respect. You don’t hear that from the NRA……

  • anon

    what did they even do to that poor glock

  • mrsatyre

    This seems like a bad idea to me. In order to use this, I have to handle my gun outside of my carry holster to put it in this new holster every time I get in or out, which means a) I’m handling in unnecessarily, and b) because I’m probably going to have to take my gun out of my carry holster before I get in the car to lessen the chances of a negligent discharge while fumbling around at my side or behind me while seated, and ditto for reholstering when I exit the vehicle, in most places that would be considered brandishing, and that’s usually illegal. Makes soft, paranoid liberals cry and cops jumpy. Unless, of course, I leave a second gun in that holster all the time, which means it would be in my car unattended whenever I’m not in it.

    • Bill

      I agree with everything, except this soft, paranoid liberal wouldn’t be jumpy, unless you really couldn’t find a subtle way to reholster. I don’t know how your statute on “brandishing” reads, but here it doesn’t include reholstering a pistol.

      I also don’t want it flying around in case of a crash. Plus I don’t really get the point of it. If you absolutely positively have to get to your gun while belted in a car, wear a driving rig, a cross draw rig, a shoulder holster, or (gasp) adjust your normal holster to where it’s usable and train drawing from it.

  • andrey kireev

    An ivory framed glock ? Do want =P

  • Will

    Over the years there have been hundreds, if not thousands, of silly gadgets, gee gaws, doo dads and thingamabobs put on the market and sold to gun owners. This rates right at the top of the list.
    IMHO this is a bad, bad ( okay one more) bad idea.
    I like to keep my gun on my person at all times. Just my humble opinion…for what it’s worth.

  • Don Ward

    Be appraised of your state’s firearm laws before buying, installing and leaving a loaded weapon in your car.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    I don’t want anyone to get the idea I have a gun in my ride. I’ve even thought twice about my Magpul sticker. Besides under the seat has always worked fine.