Urban Carry Holster for Deep Concealment

Nicholas C
by Nicholas C

This is an interesting holster design. At first i was a little concerned about drawing the gun from deep concealment, but the design seems rather quick and intuitive.

One aspect that I like is that by using your support hand to draw the holster out of deep concealment, it places the hand in a safe position near the sternum. Of course the same hand position can be done by grabbing your shirt to reveal a typical IWB or OWB holster. However, look at the end of the video the model has his shirt tucked in and can still draw the pistol out of deep concealment without having to untuck his shirt.

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The Urban Carry holster costs $65 on their website can comes in brown or black. Go to their website to check them out.

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  • AD AD on Sep 29, 2015

    Interesting. I wonder how well this works from different positions, like when sitting in a car for example? I don't see how you'd be able to get the gun past the belt in that case.

  • Younggun21 Younggun21 on Sep 29, 2015

    So if someone could explain to me how this would work with one hand that would be great. It looks like an intriguing concept and even a comfortable solution to carry concealed but given that most DGUs occur in such close proximity, I feel that all to often I'm going to need a hand to fend off an attack, hold back a loved one, clear a cover garment, or simply one hand might be disabled.