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    I'm looking for a comfortable ankle holster for a S&W 642. I'd like to hear from those you exercise this form of carry on what they suggest. Thank you.

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    I would ask you to re-think your means of carry, unless it is an absolute necessity. Ankle Carry is by far the slowest means to draw your weapon and it has resulted in the death of many LEOs. I lost (and thank God) recovered by backup during a chase and swore I'd never ankle carry again.

    Just my .02.

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    ODA 226 wrote:
    I would ask you to re-think your means of carry, unless it is an absolute necessity. Ankle Carry is by far the slowest means to draw your weapon and it has resulted in the death of many LEOs. I lost (and thank God) recovered by backup during a chase and swore I'd never ankle carry again.

    Just my .02.

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    Thanks, I appreciate your feedback. This not not for a primary carry but for a BUG while I'm driving.

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    I carry a titanium snubbie in a DeSantis ankle holster as a BUG.

    It has a lambswool backing with elastic flaps and hook and loop (velcro) closure which allows you to adjust the tightness. It has a thumb break and holds the gun very secure. I can run in it and it stays put.

    I sometimes forget it's there.

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