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I is the clip draw everyday on my EDC G36. I love it!
I have had it bout a yer and it is still holding up strong.
 

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I carried in clipdraw for years. But I was not carrying with a round in the chamber.
I don't think it is safe to carry like that with a clipdraw. The trigger is exposed, and could easily be squeezed by some clothing or something.

I Kat removed mine a while back and now I carry with a MIC or other internal.
 

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xxlrg said:
Clipdraw is pretty neat but dont think it was intended for use in condition 1.
I wouldn't carry condition 1 with just the clipdraw alone for safety reasons (mine) however with the clipdraw and the M.I.C. I have no problem carrying condition 1.
 

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Without a MIC I would not use one, but with a MIC they are a pretty good option IMO
 

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so i was actually looking at these the other day and it says on clipdraw.com not to carry in condition 1 if your not.law enforcement...but then underneath it says to use saf-t blok for condition one anyone use it says it adds no time to your draw are fire i was wondering if anyone has used?
 

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bryan said:
heres a stupid question what is condition 1 mean? and is it legal to use it has a holster?
Condition 1 means 1 round chambered and a full magazine. The clipdraw is used inside the waist band to hold you weapon in place without the need for a per say "leather holster or similar". Oh yea, as long as you have a CCW I would say yes its legal.
 

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bryan said:
heres a stupid question what is condition 1 mean? and is it legal to use it has a holster?
"Condition 1" means a round is chambered. The firearm is ready to fire -- just squeeze.

WRT to the clip-draw, C1 is potentially dangerous because there's nothing protecting the trigger and thus nothing preventing something or someone from accidentally engaging the trigger while "holstered."

Is it legal to use? Yes. Is it a holster? No. Is it a legal holster for competition use? Definitely not.
 
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