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    I want to be absolutely sure that the clip holder can be attached to the holster. I'm thinking of ordering this holster, it looks well-made and the price is right. But the question of clip holder location is what I'm concerned about. Seeing that almost every OC person has their clips on the *opposite* side of their body.

    Will this do?

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    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    I want to be absolutely sure that the clip holder can be attached to the holster. I'm thinking of ordering this holster, it looks well-made and the price is right. But the question of clip holder location is what I'm concerned about. Seeing that almost every OC person has their clips on the *opposite* side of their body.

    Will this do?

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    Yes. This is in my opinion, both legal and appropriate. ( I have one of these somewhere)

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    I have one I use for my .380 ppk. It takes a little longer to load and rack. About 4 sec max.
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    Why do you need to carry paper clips in the magazine pouch?

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    this is the same kind of holster I have too.

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    im pretty sure this holster is legal, i have one similar, i stopped using it when i almost felt the need to draw and realized i couldnt of loaded fast enough if i needed to. some people questioned if the mag would be considered attached to the gun because its in the same holster, i think we concluded that if you pull your gun out of the holster and the mag doesnt come with it, its not attached.
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    Army wrote:
    Why do you need to carry paper clips in the magazine pouch?
    We had this conversation once before. Clip is what the old timers call a magazine.
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    I have this same exact holster and was wondering the same thing. I was pretty sure I was good-to-go with it, but wanted to be sure. So thanks for asking!!!

    The respondent that pointed out the fact that having it on the opposite side would be better since for this holster you'd have to reach across w/ your left hand is absolutely correct. I discovered this after I purchased the holster and tried it on for size at home and practiced my draw. Not the best from that perspective. Legal, yes. Would I want that config if the sh*t hit the fan? No. I plan on buying a replacement and keeping this one as a backup (or as a gift to someone).

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    caskydiver wrote:
    I have this same exact holster and was wondering the same thing. I was pretty sure I was good-to-go with it, but wanted to be sure. So thanks for asking!!!

    The respondent that pointed out the fact that having it on the opposite side would be better since for this holster you'd have to reach across w/ your left hand is absolutely correct. I discovered this after I purchased the holster and tried it on for size at home and practiced my draw. Not the best from that perspective. Legal, yes. Would I want that config if the sh*t hit the fan? No. I plan on buying a replacement and keeping this one as a backup (or as a gift to someone).
    You don't need to use it as your primary mag holder, or even as a mag holder at all. Could stick in a pepper spray canister, tactical flashlight, maybe a multi-tool?

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    true...never thought about that. Thanks!!

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    Could the fact that the flap of material (which retains the magazine) almost completely covers the magazine be construed as making the magazine concealed?

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    AdnanShahab wrote:
    Could the fact that the flap of material (which retains the magazine) almost completely covers the magazine be construed as making the magazine concealed?
    The holster partially covers the firearm too. If that were the case, the only way we could OC is to use double sided sticky tape.
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    I understand that holsters cover firearms, but the ones we use don't cover almost every part of the gun. Would you guys feel comfortable UOCing with a holster like the one in the attached picture?

    Don't get me wrong here. I hope you guys are correct about this. I would like to be able to UOC with a closed top magazine pouch. But I am trying to minimize the chances of an officer saying that I was concealing a magazine.

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    AdnanShahab wrote:
    I understand that holsters cover firearms, but the ones we use don't cover almost every part of the gun. Would you guys feel comfortable UOCing with a holster like the one in the attached picture?

    Don't get me wrong here. I hope you guys are correct about this. I would like to be able to UOC with a closed top magazine pouch. But I am trying to minimize the chances of an officer saying that I was concealing a magazine.
    you are talking the same reservations i had about my german style P-38 holster.....

    that why i removed most of the flap and fashioned a thumb break retension strap,, now its all expossed including the spare mag!

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