That is where you are inaccurate. Yes, it takes more time to put the pistol into a pocket holster and then into the pocket, but drawing is exactly the same as if you didn't have the pocket holster there. When you draw a pocket holster stays in your pocket.Zectron2348 said:I thought the belt clip was designed primarily with law enforcement in mind. I know my son carries a P3AT in a small pocket on his vest cover, the clip helping to hold it securely in the pocket as the pocket sets at an angle. Other officers carry in small extra pockets on their pants, again the clip holding the gun so it is not bouncing around while running. I don't think any of them would want to have to put the gun in some type of holster, then inside the pocket. [highlight]That would add an extra step into putting the gun on target quickly.[/highlight]
Personally, mine has a belt clip, but I always carry it in an Uncle Mikes #10 thin, soft, nylon inside the belt holster. Gun fits great, sits snug against the body, and the hoster is really cheap.
Actually, WG has shown this before and I oftendoubloon said:I nominate WG for Best in the Use of a Belt Clip category and I wonder why Scott has not asked to see his holster yet. :
I really don't understand that. The clip is above the trigger. I have a P3AT, P11 and P40, all on a KT belt clip. I couldn't get into the clip with my finger if I wanted to and still pull the trigger.pocketgun said:The clip gets in the way of my trigger finger when firing - I removed it after about 5 minutes and some dry-fire practice for this reason.
A pocket holster also protects the finish and keeps some of the fuzz out of the internals. Get a good pocket holster and save your money on the belt clip.