You have to cut into your pants to use it? I'm no tailor, but you just don't 'cut' a hole in some khaki's and expect them to run through the washer more than couple of times without fraying. You're going to have to stich the cuts afterwards. I don't like that. Why should I have to modify my clothing to accept their holsters? I see that they are trying to use 'cargo pants' to help conceal... but look at the video... it looked just like he had a heavy object stuck in either side... gun or not, it's not like you can't see a 2 pound 'something' stuck in there. What is different about just using a pocket holster and shoving it in the cargo pocket? Stability?
I don't mean to sound negative... I'm sure someone will find a need for this, but not me. I'll just get a holster and clip or loop it through my belt. Wear a longer shirt. Heck, carry it open, it's not illegal here in GA. Perhaps the magazines would be easier to carry in a cargo pocket given their system. I'm not seeing the point for the handgun though. If it somehow laid flat instead of bulging, maybe...
What holster. I couldn't get past the young ladies legs. Did she really have a holster? Ha, Ha, Ha. I know, not to funny. I agree with foshizzle, why ruin a good pair of pants, besides you can see the bulk in the pocket anyway. Now, did you notice the legs on that young lady??????
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