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Boot clip for LCP

Post by EContractingInc » Mon Feb 02, 2009 11:35 pm

Does anyone make a boot clip for the LCP like is avaliable for the Kel-Tec .380 that actually attaches to the gun so no holster is needed.
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Post by 1911pilot » Tue Feb 03, 2009 5:09 am

Like a Clipdraw?
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Post by Davo5o » Wed Feb 04, 2009 2:40 am

I had my Keltec P3AT clipped inside my boot when the first winter storm hit. I stepped out of my truck and ZZZZIPP BANG flat on my back! Gun came flying out in the street, and several people saw me hit the deck. I palmed that bitch so fast hoping no one saw. Not sure. But the last time I used that carry method. :shock:
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Post by 1911pilot » Wed Feb 04, 2009 4:52 am

Davo5o wrote:I had my Keltec P3AT clipped inside my boot when the first winter storm hit. I stepped out of my truck and ZZZZIPP BANG flat on my back! Gun came flying out in the street, and several people saw me hit the deck. I palmed that bitch so fast hoping no one saw. Not sure. But the last time I used that carry method. :shock:
:shock: That will get your attention! :shock:
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Post by EContractingInc » Wed Feb 04, 2009 1:59 pm

Did you buy the clip or did it come on the Keltec. The LCP doesnt appear to have the same attachment point.
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Post by Davo5o » Wed Feb 04, 2009 2:06 pm

Bought it extra from Keltec for like 13$, you can get left or right side clip.

F--k Ruger for ripping off Keltec, I won't ever buy a gun from those ass hats. Try getting an original idea for once. :roll:
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Post by dcmdon » Sun Mar 01, 2009 10:51 pm

First I guess, I'll answer the question. I dont know of anyone who offers a boot clip. Further, I couldnt imagin how one would attach to an LCP given its lack of pins, screw, etc.

Now the real issue at hand. Why on earth would you want one?

A "boot hidden" gun is neiither well concealed, nor secure. No gun secured that way will stay put durring any kind of running.

If you want to carry down there, Desantis makes a nice neoprene ankle holster. Its got a huge section of velcro you use to secure it around your leg. No buckles, no chafing from leather. Its nice and soft and comfortable. The gun is secured by another neoprene / velcro strap. I carried a Seecamp that way occasionally for 10 years. It worked fine.

Which leads to the next question. Why not just stick it in your pocket? A pocket holster will suffice in 90% of the situations you might encounter.

I carried in the ankle holster only on those few occasions when my suit pants were too loose and too thin to conceal well with a pocket holster.

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Post by chevy01234 » Tue Mar 03, 2009 6:05 pm

http://www.okshooters.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29715

I found this when I was looking at putting one on mine. I decided not to though and keep mine in a good holster. I personally wasn't comfortable with it not being in a holster.

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Post by Attila » Tue Aug 25, 2009 7:12 pm

I had the pocket clip on a P3AT, but did not like it and took it off the same day.

My LCP with CT in a DeSantis Nemesis fits nicely in the pocket and softens the profile of the LCP.

My Kahr 45 is easier on the hands to shoot, but I've fired 100 rounds at a time with a P3AT. I saw the Kahr 380 at SHOT Show, but have not seen one since. Since this Kahr 380 lacks a laser sight, I'll look for the RUGER SR-556 just to piss of the anti-Ruger bigots.

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Post by steve7478 » Mon Oct 05, 2009 3:47 am

Davo5o

How did the pistol go off? or did I read it wrong and something else happened.

I have a p-32 with a clip at the very back. In a pair of jeans it just looks like a pocket knife.

Great for running too. I just hang it on the inside of my shorts.
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Post by Davo5o » Sun Oct 11, 2009 10:07 am

steve7478 wrote:Davo5o

How did the pistol go off? or did I read it wrong and something else happened.

I have a p-32 with a clip at the very back. In a pair of jeans it just looks like a pocket knife.

Great for running too. I just hang it on the inside of my shorts.
No discharge from the gun, just my pants. :shock:
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Post by tylermtech » Thu Oct 29, 2009 11:53 am

Why a boot clip? sometimes you just don't have pockets!!

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Post by dcmdon » Thu Oct 29, 2009 1:18 pm

but you sure have boots

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Post by doubloon » Thu Oct 29, 2009 3:28 pm

EContractingInc wrote:Did you buy the clip or did it come on the Keltec. The LCP doesnt appear to have the same attachment point.
The clip from KelTec attaches by replacing the frame pin. I'm pretty sure the KelTec clip will fit on an LCP3AT.

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Post by Cobra700 » Fri Oct 30, 2009 12:55 am

tylermtech wrote:Why a boot clip? sometimes you just don't have pockets!!

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How does one even find pics like this.....???? :roll:

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Post by tylermtech » Fri Oct 30, 2009 12:58 am

what do you mean? that's me the last time I went to the range :D




actually I googled men in speedo with boots

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