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    Gimmie a websire for these belt clips. Tnx, HG

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    I personally wear a clip carry only around my property and immediate area. I have had the clip ride up and almost out of my pants at the store. I'm sure there are technques to make it more secure, but I prefer my 640 "slick" in a good holster when out in public. The clip is indispensible though when just hanging around close to home. I just clip it on my pants or into my back pocket and it is easy to take the gun off and put back on when changing modes of activity. The only gun I have the ClipCarry on is my S&W 60 and it is my dedicated "knock about" gun at home and never sees a holster.

    I don't think it is the complete answer to replacing a holster but it does have its place when putting on a holster just isn't appealing or sometimes even possible (Sweat gear, beltless slacks, etc.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffWard View Post
    Belt Clip: $11
    Pinky Hook mag-floor-plate: $7 (not shipped, they sent two spare mags by mistake)
    Spare mag: $21

    Great combo...

    JW
    I picked up the same combo at a gun show this past weekend... however i was given the wrong side clip.. (i needed a right side, they gave me a left side).. looking forward to receiving my replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hemmigremmie View Post
    Gimmie a websire for these belt clips. Tnx, HG
    You get the Kel-Tec clip directly from Kel-Tec, at: http://www.kel-tec-cnc.com/
    The Clipdraw (which works on Kel-Tec pistols) is found at: http://www.clipdraw.com/

    The Kel-Tec clip attaches mechanically, with one or two special machine-screw-ended pins (depending upon which pistol you have).
    The "Universal" Clipdraw attaches with a very reliable adhesive. It doesn't let go until you do a specific thing to it to make it let go.

    In my way of thinking, the Clipdraw version may be a better choice, since you can mount it anywhere on the gun. The Kel-Tec clip goes only where they want you to put it, and, on the P3AT, that location is not the best place for a clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve M1911A1 View Post
    In my way of thinking, the Clipdraw version may be a better choice, since you can mount it anywhere on the gun. The Kel-Tec clip goes only where they want you to put it, and, on the P3AT, that location is not the best place for a clip.
    There are a couple of clips available that I have found...

    there is the model that attaches with 2 screws and the model that attaches with one screw... i prefer the 2 screw version as it keeps enough of the gun above my waistline for easy access to draw.

    1 screw attaches at the very rear of the slide:


    2 screw attaches at the side of the weapon midway down:

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    That two-screw Kel-Tec clip attaches only to the P-11, 9mm pistol. I've never used one, but it looks as if it fits in a very good place, holding the pistol up high enough to allow grabbing it properly.
    The one-screw clip is meant for the P3AT. I've used that, and for my taste it attaches in the wrong place. It puts the pistol much too deeply behind the waistband to which it's hooked.
    Oh, and by the way, it attaches to the plastic frame, not to the slide.

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    Day 187 (estimated) carrying with Clip-Draw or KelTec belt clip.... daily

    Haven't shot myself yet....

    Jeff

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    I bought the clip for my P3AT also. I didn't like it. There is nothing protecting the trigger on when carrying this way. Since the P3AT has a fairly light trigger, for a Keltec any way, that bothered me. Especially since the gun is so small and so light that you have a tendency to forget your wearing it. Being the klutz that I am on occasion I worried that I might by some freak of accidental coincidence snag the trigger on a bush, or sharp corner and AD myself. I realize the odds of something like that happening are slim, but I carry this gun everyday. For my own peace of mind I carry in a pocket holster.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkiff View Post
    I bought the clip for my P3AT also. I didn't like it. There is nothing protecting the trigger on when carrying this way. Since the P3AT has a fairly light trigger, for a Keltec any way, that bothered me. Especially since the gun is so small and so light that you have a tendency to forget your wearing it. Being the klutz that I am on occasion I worried that I might by some freak of accidental coincidence snag the trigger on a bush, or sharp corner and AD myself. I realize the odds of something like that happening are slim, but I carry this gun everyday. For my own peace of mind I carry in a pocket holster.
    No, no, no...you wear the pistol inside your pants, not outside.
    If you're using the clip properly, your pants' waistband is the trigger-covering holster. My wife and I tried repeatedly to actuate a clipped-on pistol's trigger, by snagging it on many different projections of many different sizes and shapes, and had absolutely no "success."
    Unless you do something extremely negligent and foolish, a properly clipped double-action (or long-trigger-pull) pistol is safe to carry. (The same is not true of single-action semi-autos, however.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSkiff View Post
    I bought the clip for my P3AT also. I didn't like it. There is nothing protecting the trigger on when carrying this way. Since the P3AT has a fairly light trigger, for a Keltec any way, that bothered me. Especially since the gun is so small and so light that you have a tendency to forget your wearing it. Being the klutz that I am on occasion I worried that I might by some freak of accidental coincidence snag the trigger on a bush, or sharp corner and AD myself. I realize the odds of something like that happening are slim, but I carry this gun everyday. For my own peace of mind I carry in a pocket holster.
    Do you still have the clip?

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    I purchesed the kel-tech clkip when i purchased my p3at. The mistake i made was it was the clip that goes on the right hand side of the gun. So i would have to cross my body draw the weapon. I thought it was the only one they had. Already opened the pack and installed it. Dont feel like paying another $20 for the right side one. I will just clip it in my right pants pocket.

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    I use the clip for my jacket inside breast pockets during spring and autumn. The smaller calibers go into the safe for cold weather.

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