Chest Mounted Pistol




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cstarr3: Chest carry seems safe enough way to carry to me, especially when out in a small group or by your lonesome in the wilderness. But I'm from Kalifornistan. According to our lawmakers here, the only way to safely carry a gun is by melting it down into a steel cube, grinding that cube up into little shavings, putting those shavings in a locked box, and encasing said box in reinforced concrete.

David Alcantar: I'm a hunter, I run a heavy bolt gun with a 24 inch barrel and large scope.. I like carrying a side arm.. on my chest! just like you nutn the Rifle slung over a shoulder when hiking in and out of steep canyons not bumping into the grip or slide of the pistol clanking around. also if I jump an animal and have to swing the rifle around less chance of the rifle or sling getting hung on the pistol. chest mounted all the way! rock on.

jackhandy00: always point a firearm in a safe direction... that is not a safe direction. end of discussion

CT GRUNT: Heavy machine gunner here. My sidearm is a Beretta M9 and I absolutely HATE the thigh holster. First off after rucking 14 miles it gets super uncomfortable and second it starts to make my acu pants sag on the side I have it on. I really want a chest rig holster for it. Any input ?

mars crain: great video

carl krebs: run one...love it...quite handy . particularly in maritime training

Pascotam: Good video but I am still puzzling about the advantage of chest-mounted holster. A more comfortable sitting posture, might be???

UnaSolida: I would never use that if you get hit in the chest you could loose your backup to. No thanks. 

bryant peppler: I love the placement of chest mounting. The only discomfort is knowing that i may compromise the firearm if I was to take a round in the chest. 

Ray Schumacher: +nutnfancy I don't have any qualms with the safety of the chest pistol at all, I know tons of guys that if they fly, or do LOGPAC or something like that, they run a chest mount because its easy to get to and they might have their carbine stowed. Makes sense. but if I'm on the ground doing CQB or something like that, then prone doesn't work out so well for me with a pistol on my chest (position,dirt,grit,damge to the gun/holster, whatever) and when I transition from rifle (running single point) I always clear the rifle to my weak side to have a clear strong side draw. but the sling/rifle would get caught up/block the pistol if it were on my chest. I'm also left handed and may just wear my sling retarded because of that. Just looking for your personal opinion on those points.

Guy Fawks: I'm confused, if you are wearing a front mounted pistol and you get hit in the chest wouldn't you lose your sidearm?

contreeman: great video my friend GOD BLESS

Gary Mayo: In the wild, when an animal rolls you down a hill, as he is eating you, and all you can do is ball into a fetal position and pray, you do have a chance to get your hands on your handgun, if it is chest mounted.  It is your best chance. 

Hall monitor, out. 

Matthew Kiefer: With a hip holster, the fool shoots himself in the leg or the ground.
With a chest mount, the fool shoots himself in the chest, or the person next to him.

Matthew Kiefer: With a hip holster, the fool shoots himself in the leg or the ground.
With a chest mount, the fool shoots himself in the chest, or the person next to him.

AssaultPlazma: What plate carrier is that

jonoderidder: "operator"?

Wesley Swanson: not a fan of this guy lol "out"

Terry G: Hip or drop holsters are almost always on the strong side. Inconvenient as heck for weak side draw. Also, when a single point sling is used on the same side the rifle drops right onto the pistol and encumbers the draw. Tactical considerations push to the chest mounted holster setup. The pistol is a backup weapon for military. I know some police situations demand pistol use and they should really consider quick weapon swap processes in holster config.

Midget Tosser: My question is: Is this a better or worse mode of carry for a pistol than a waist or leg holster?
Rating:
Chest Mounted Pistol 5 out of 5

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