mikeloc wrote:When I put it in the glovebox I put it in a Remora holster to protect the trigger. Can you scratch a Glock?Excaliber wrote:That makes sense and is a good use for a nylon holster. It keeps the gun from getting scratched up while banging around in the glovebox.Jumping Frog wrote:My only use for a nylon holster is serving as a glovebox holster. I keep it in the glovebox. If I need to go inside someone disarmed, I'll draw from my IWB and put it in the glovebox holster.Excaliber wrote:Never again - no nylon holsters for this kid.
Why yes you can. Glocks are meant to be ugly. They work better that way ;)
And I also second the notion of the gentlemen who holsters why gripping his 1911 between the hammer and firing pin. I know people that dont keep the thumb safety engaged on her pistols while holstered. Never understood this concept, but I know with practice drawing and disengaging the safety can be done instantly.