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I got a Facebook message yesterday that my new Versa carry was in. I picked it up after work and Having it only about 1.5 hours I think I will like it.
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No weight and practically 0 bulk, Check em out at Versacarry.com
or click on the link. I think it fills a gap in concealment as it is a IWB holster.

http://www.versacarry.com/
 

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I got a Facebook message yesterday that my new Versa carry was in. I picked it up after work and Having it only about 1.5 hours I think I will like it.
:D
No weight and practically 0 bulk, Check em out at Versacarry.com
or click on the link. I think it fills a gap in concealment as it is a IWB holster.

http://www.versacarry.com/
post pics and review , PLEASE !
 

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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=570355152998915&set=vb.100000733051069&type=3 My demo with about 10 practice runs. I tried to post here but don't have time for changing format right now. I like the holster and it carries well. Can be used as right or left hand. Or it will set up t pull turned either way from either side. Right but forward or rev . I will post a few pics when I can get them done . The vid shows the conceal quality and ease of draw from under my ever present hat
 

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I swear it sounded like the pistol discharges before he has it level in the second draw. :duck:
 

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I had the super-quiet no-shoot-um bullets in it.

Na was just drawing and practicing. I usually carry in a pancake from this one . e style or my Uncle Mikes iwb , both are a huge difference It takes a few runs to get used to the pull on this one . But when U get it works very good. Still coming a little high but would rather do that than not clear the pants top. Gun is clear from the holster in less than 1.75 inches​
 

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I had the super-quiet no-shoot-um bullets in it.

Na was just drawing and practicing. I usually carry in a pancake from this one . e style or my Uncle Mikes iwb , both are a huge difference It takes a few runs to get used to the pull on this one . But when U get it works very good. Still coming a little high but would rather do that than not clear the pants top. Gun is clear from the holster in less than 1.75 inches​

My hearing must have been bad yesterday as today when I watched it it was only the sound of the pistol coming out of the holster. :rotate:
 

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I always get my draw down before I add bullets. Extra motion just compounds and lengthens the learning curve. I try to be more consistant and precise on presentation , then shoot 1 instinctive shot. Got to remember if anyone tries to rob, attack , harm U their plan was made before the act. U got miliseconds to decide on action and act.
 

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I still am using the Versacarry. I like it better than any of the other 4 I use with the lc9. I have permanently dedicated my other IWB to Papaw ( 1954 CZ 52 IN 7.62 X 25 ).
I carry it on occasion and though the size is near the 45 Colt auto it is somewhat thinner and easier to carry concealed.
 

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Still using ans loving the Versa-carry. It is good on the Bike as the carry can be changed very fast. It can also go from a IWB to a jacket or pocket carry with handle showing easily. Also if it is needed to just carry bare-gun the clip is not bulky and takes up very little space. :D A canted model is currently under development and soon as it hits the market I will add that to my collection as well:machinegun:
 

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I have the Versacarry in four (4) different configurations, and think they're the cat's posterior! I'm not normally an IWB guy, but these things are about as unobtrusive as it gets. ;)
 
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