clip draw or jentra?

Discussion in 'Glock Accessories & Gear' started by Tys 4x4, Jan 19, 2012.

  1. Tys 4x4

    Tys 4x4 New Member

    My gut tells me the clip draw. Seeing as how I have it on my PF9 and it works great. But I don't like the design as much for Glocks. How it attaches to the rear of the slide.

    Anybody tried the jentra? Work well?

    And I have mic holsters for both guns, so the trigger is protected. I just like carrying without the added width of a holster.
     
  2. TxSWATFrog

    TxSWATFrog New Member

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    Clip draw. I have it on my baby Glock. When I carry it in my Blackhawk holster it doesn't need to be removed.
     

  3. iGlock

    iGlock Lead Farmer

    Clip draw, hve it in my g30.
     
  4. jonm61

    jonm61 New Member

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    Neither! Carrying a gun, especially one without a manual safety, in a way that leaves the trigger guard uncovered is inherently unsafe. If you want to carry IWB on the cheap, get a cheap Uncle Mike's holster. At least it will protect you.

    There are any number of things that can go wrong with a Clipdraw or Jentra on a Glock. They are a negligent discharge that doesn't know it's happened yet. Absolutely, positively unsafe.
     
  5. iGlock

    iGlock Lead Farmer

    Being carrying mine with a clip draw for quite awhile now. Its safe for me. Then again thats just me.
     
  6. iRockGlock

    iRockGlock Active Member

    Do a combo and use the ClipDraw and MIC holster together.
     
  7. This. It's safe until it's not.
     
  8. jonm61

    jonm61 New Member

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    I mean no offense, but that's kind of like saying I haven't worn a seatbelt in years and it's safe for me because I've never had an accident. No matter how careful you have been, it takes only one slip, where a t-shirt gets caught in the trigger guard, or any number of other things that's never happened before happens, for you to have a hole in your leg.

    These clips are, barely, a step above just shoving it your waistband.
     
  9. Sarabian

    Sarabian Slightly Opinionated

    "Death doesn't apply to me. I've been here 42 years and I'm still alive, so obviously I can't die."

    "It's safe for me because it hasn't discharged yet."

    /shrug
     
  10. iGlock

    iGlock Lead Farmer

    Theres actually people who carry loaded guns just by shoving in the waste band. Lol
     
  11. Just cuz shaquan does it don't mean you should homie.
     
  12. iGlock

    iGlock Lead Farmer

    Ya i dnt carry a loaded gun jst shoving in the waste band.
     
  13. Tys 4x4

    Tys 4x4 New Member

    did you miss the part about having a MIC holster? The trigger is protected.
     
  14. Tys 4x4

    Tys 4x4 New Member

    That's exactly what I said in my original post. Lol.
     
  15. Tys 4x4

    Tys 4x4 New Member

    Yes there is. yet this, combined with the mic holster is leaps and bounds safer then that.
     
  16. iRockGlock

    iRockGlock Active Member

    I did when I had my first gun ever, Taurus PT1911, it wasn't chambered though.
    I didn't even know there were such things as IWB holsters
     
  17. iRockGlock

    iRockGlock Active Member

    Yea I think that's the best way with a large caliber Glock, because they're thicker and a holster will just add bulge. So clipdraw is perfect. And if you wanna be safer add mic
     
  18. jonm61

    jonm61 New Member

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    Nope, but you aren't the only one who does/might carry with one of these, others might not be smart enough to use a MIC holster, and safety when carrying cannot be overemphasized, especially for someone who may come along 6 months from now and read this thread, having no idea what a MIC holster is. Most people I have encountered who ask/use one of these clips do so with the triggerguard uncovered.

    Besides which, the MIC holster is not particularly impressive to me. It may serve the purpose in certain circumstances, but I wouldn't trust my life and health to it by shoving it in my pants. YMMV

    The other thing to consider is that there are some states that have...interesting...laws about how a gun must be carried, including specifying what constitutes a holster.

    Unless it was repealed in the last round of changes to our gun laws, GA is one of those...it's legal to shove a gun in your waistband, but if you put it in your pocket, it has to be in a holster. :confused:
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2012
  19. Tys 4x4

    Tys 4x4 New Member

    LOL gotta love gun laws. They are all so contradicting of each other. And I understand where you're coming from. someone might catch a glimpse of the words in this thread and think it's okay to carry like that. without the mic holster.