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Re: thigh holster


Post by rotor » Fri Aug 02, 2013 9:49 pm

Ladies and the one gentleman, don't you worry about the risk factor of a constricting band on your thighs and the possibility of blood clots? I would think that this type of design would have a risk factor.

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Re: thigh holster


Post by SewTexas » Fri Aug 02, 2013 10:01 pm

I really don't think so....maybe one of the medical folks can give a general opinion, but really as tight as it was it wasn't "cutting off circulation", or making anything tingle or making my toes cool or anything like that....and when I was testing it at home I actually was paying very close attention for that. It's elastic, so it's flexible, so as you're moving it's moving, so blood is flowing.
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Re: thigh holster


Post by AmyJo » Sun Jul 20, 2014 9:35 pm

I know this is kind of late, but I use the Shooting Tulips thigh holster and LOVE it. I carry a Kahr CM9 and they have a model that works well. My sister uses one, too. We've never had any problems and they are really comfortable. Here's their shop:" onclick=";return false;

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