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Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:04:38 PM EST
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[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaFby4MX76o&feature=youtu.be[/youtube]
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:07:55 PM EST
[#2]
Wow.  Just wow.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:08:15 PM EST
[#3]
Chu gotta be kideen me meng
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:10:41 PM EST
[#4]
That would actually be useful if you were in the back country or doing something where you were moving around enough.

If that were the case, I'd be using a holster so...................
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:11:15 PM EST
[#5]
Yikes

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Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:11:16 PM EST
[#6]
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:11:20 PM EST
[#7]
Not a bad idea until you are pointing the gun at your hand behind your back and trying to manipulate a piece of tubing into the barrel...



But for his efforts I'll give him a hand...that's right, only ONE hand because I might destroy my other one using his product.  
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:11:22 PM EST
[#8]
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:11:36 PM EST
[#9]
Only problem is most gangstas dont wear belts!
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:13:22 PM EST
[#10]
Well, it is pretty imaginative if nothing else.

How drunk was this guy when he thought of that?
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:13:48 PM EST
[#11]
Simple and effective. I see no derp.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:15:18 PM EST
[#12]
Have I told you guys about my free-hanging Glock necklace? I'm calling it "Glog Tags"
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:15:22 PM EST
[#13]
Lots of opportunities for a new hole there given the lack of trigger guard coverage.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:16:17 PM EST
[#14]

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Actually, yes they do...around their thighs.

 
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:22:06 PM EST
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Simple and effective. I see no derp.
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You're kidding, right?
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:30:21 PM EST
[#16]
I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:33:11 PM EST
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I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -
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Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:34:57 PM EST
[#18]
Well at least he used a finely tuned state of the art masterpiece S&W Sigma.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:35:08 PM EST
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Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.
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I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -



Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.

Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:37:13 PM EST
[#20]
Dates back to WW2 OSS.



At least.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:37:45 PM EST
[#21]
its not really sling

its more like a bungee cord holster
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:38:43 PM EST
[#22]
Anyone else thinks this guy looks like a disingenuous Larry Potterfield?
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:40:14 PM EST
[#23]
If only Plaxico had seen this video twenty years ago...


He would have had a bunch of shrapnel in his back, instead of having an easily treatable GSW to his leg.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:42:32 PM EST
[#24]
Wow.  At first I was laughing until I realized it wasn't a joke.  Then I was like
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:43:53 PM EST
[#25]
So like the same as a pistol lanyard ? Who uses those
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:52:47 PM EST
[#26]
I'm not really sure what question or problem this is answering...?

Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:57:46 PM EST
[#27]
WOW
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:58:04 PM EST
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Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.
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I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -



Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.


Isn't pointing a pistol slightly against your back to get it to go under your waistband regardless of the presence of this device just as likely to serve as a one way trip to being paralyzed?  As I said, its stupid due to safety issues, but provides better retention than nothing.  It sounds like we're both sold on actual, fitting, holsters regardless.  We'll both be keeping al of our fingers and our ability to walk.  . - Nw -
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 10:59:36 PM EST
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Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.
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I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -



Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.


Even better with a metal tube stuck in the barrel an ND will probably result in an over-pressure situation that'll blow the barrel or slide open or case failure that'll blow into the magwell causing aditional rounds to detonate.  THAT oughta make for a fun day in the ER!
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:01:35 PM EST
[#30]
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Dates back to WW2 OSS.

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Yep. Variations on this theme have been around forever. A section of clothes hanger, one end bent up, the other down (looks like a narrow "S" when you're done), is another one.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:02:24 PM EST
[#31]
Holy shit.

Way worse than I could have ever believed

That's literally going to get someone killed
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:03:45 PM EST
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Actually, yes they do...around their thighs.  
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Only problem is most gangstas dont wear belts!
Actually, yes they do...around their thighs.  




 
Time for the Drop-Leg Tactical Handgun Sling
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:16:13 PM EST
[#33]
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Isn't pointing a pistol slightly against your back to get it to go under your waistband regardless of the presence of this device just as likely to serve as a one way trip to being paralyzed?  As I said, its stupid due to safety issues, but provides better retention than nothing.  It sounds like we're both sold on actual, fitting, holsters regardless.  We'll both be keeping al of our fingers and our ability to walk.  . - Nw -
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I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -



Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.


Isn't pointing a pistol slightly against your back to get it to go under your waistband regardless of the presence of this device just as likely to serve as a one way trip to being paralyzed?  As I said, its stupid due to safety issues, but provides better retention than nothing.  It sounds like we're both sold on actual, fitting, holsters regardless.  We'll both be keeping al of our fingers and our ability to walk.  . - Nw -



Actually in the position he is carrying it he will probably just blow off his asshole.

Unless he has managed to create a bore obstruction already and his whole firearm kablooeys in his pants like the other poster said.

Either way, I would love to tell that guy to his face he is a douche canoe.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:17:52 PM EST
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I'm seeing lots of "wow!"  "holy shit!" type comments.

Nobody has bothered saying why it's a bad idea.

Is it because you have to temporarily put your hand in front of the muzzle?  If that's the only reason, its a bad one.

Are you trying to tell me you can't point your gun at ANYTHING without accidentally pulling the trigger?  Jesus.
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:19:36 PM EST
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I'm seeing lots of "wow!"  "holy shit!" type comments.

Nobody has bothered saying why it's a bad idea.

Is it because you have to temporarily put your hand in front of the muzzle?  If that's the only reason, its a bad one.

Are you trying to tell me you can't point your gun at ANYTHING without accidentally pulling the trigger?  Jesus.
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Really? You can't puzzle out why this is a bad idea?

Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:22:40 PM EST
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Actually in the position he is carrying it he will probably just blow off his asshole.

Unless he has managed to create a bore obstruction already and his whole firearm kablooeys in his pants like the other poster said.

Either way, I would love to tell that guy to his face he is a douche canoe.
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I'll continue to use a corectly fitting holster for my firearm, BUT....        If someone is really looking to pull off that tucked in the pants look, this is better than nothing.  Both are asking for a negligent discharge, this just supplies negligably better retention.   - Nw -



Actually... I would say nothing is better than this.

I'd rather have an open trigger guard than an open trigger guard with something shoved down the barrel, my hands awkwardly in front of the muzzle and a rope snagging on things.

But that's just me.

Either way I'll stick with holsters.


Isn't pointing a pistol slightly against your back to get it to go under your waistband regardless of the presence of this device just as likely to serve as a one way trip to being paralyzed?  As I said, its stupid due to safety issues, but provides better retention than nothing.  It sounds like we're both sold on actual, fitting, holsters regardless.  We'll both be keeping al of our fingers and our ability to walk.  . - Nw -



Actually in the position he is carrying it he will probably just blow off his asshole.

Unless he has managed to create a bore obstruction already and his whole firearm kablooeys in his pants like the other poster said.

Either way, I would love to tell that guy to his face he is a douche canoe.


This I agree with whole heartedly.  It's been a long time since I laughed so hard I cried.  - Nw -
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:25:38 PM EST
[#37]
"That's real retarded, sir."
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:26:27 PM EST
[#38]





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I'm seeing lots of "wow!"  "holy shit!" type comments.
Nobody has bothered saying why it's a bad idea.
Is it because you have to temporarily put your hand in front of the muzzle?  If that's the only reason, its a bad one.
Are you trying to tell me you can't point your gun at ANYTHING without accidentally pulling the trigger?  Jesus.
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for one I'd  prefer not to jam a striker fired pistol in my pants
Its awkward and you cannot watch yourself install it as it is behind your back , plus your hand is in front of the muzzle during all this
it would suck to have the have the string from this  magically get wrapped up around the trigger during install or just during wearing/use  
or if the cord somehow breaks you now  have a barrel obstruction
 
Link Posted: 8/29/2015 11:31:12 PM EST
[#39]
Too cheap for a holster?  
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 12:34:37 AM EST
[#40]
Meh, this is better:

Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:10:14 AM EST
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  You're kidding, right?
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Simple and effective. I see no derp.

  You're kidding, right?


I really hope he is kidding.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:12:20 AM EST
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Exactly.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:25:01 AM EST
[#43]
WTF is that?  Super ghey all the way.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:29:58 AM EST
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Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:34:48 AM EST
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Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:37:43 AM EST
[#46]
This
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:44:19 AM EST
[#47]
Jesus H Tapdancing Christ! This is like one of those those shitty "as seen on TV" products.

Do you love concealed carry of your handgun, but find regular holsters too bulky, heavy, and hard to put on?

Well, you're in luck! Because now there's the Pistol Sling (tm)!

But wait, there's more! Order in the next ten minutes, and we'll send you a SECOND Pistol Sling (tm) ABOLUTELY FREE!
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This might be the dumbest thing I've seen all week.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:44:46 AM EST
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I'm seeing lots of "wow!"  "holy shit!" type comments.

Nobody has bothered saying why it's a bad idea.

Is it because you have to temporarily put your hand in front of the muzzle?  If that's the only reason, its a bad one.

Are you trying to tell me you can't point your gun at ANYTHING without accidentally pulling the trigger?  Jesus.
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If you can't think of a piece of gear that is a better, safer, solution than the "handgun sling," you need to change the way you think.

Here is a hint; search for Raven Concealment Vanguard.  Even that excellent piece of gear has limited application.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:46:05 AM EST
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I'm seeing lots of "wow!"  "holy shit!" type comments.

Nobody has bothered saying why it's a bad idea.

Is it because you have to temporarily put your hand in front of the muzzle?  If that's the only reason, its a bad one.

Are you trying to tell me you can't point your gun at ANYTHING without accidentally pulling the trigger?  Jesus.
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Nothing covering the  trigger  for one. Complex movement to get the gun into action. Small of back is terrible location for primary carry, especially one in a loose fitting carry device.

This is a terrible idea borne of the OSS shoestring holster.
Link Posted: 8/30/2015 7:46:24 AM EST
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Carrying a gun concealed in a ziploc bag of cold ziti is probably better!
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