What Could Possibly Go Wrong: Deep Conceal Visor Holster Wrap

$9.95 plus S&H from deepconceal.com.

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  1. avatar blinkypete says:

    I generally don’t want the cop that pulls me over to see a gun before he has a chance to ask me how fast I think I was going.

    1. avatar Saul Feldstein says:

      Depending on the car, with the visor up and a relatively thin gun like a PF9 I doubt any cops or burglars would ever notice it.

      1. avatar duke nukem says:

        too bad pf9s are p.o.s. i suggest db9 or pf32

    2. avatar gringito says:

      Hey…it is perfect if you have your hands UP!

  2. avatar Saul Feldstein says:

    I like it, its not for your main carry piece but a nice out of the way spot to keep an extra small piece like that Smith, as a backup “anti carjacking appliance.”

    Is CTD selling them for 99.99?

    1. avatar ctay says:

      CTD has it for $84.99 with promo code ESAD2013

      1. avatar In Memphis says:

        Cheaper Than Dirt… who?

        1. avatar S.CROCK says:

          +1

        2. avatar frankgon4 says:

          +2

        3. avatar Mickey C says:

          CTD?

          Cowards That Disarm?

          I think that’s it.

  3. avatar Phil L. says:

    Most visors on cars I’ve owned started having problems staying in place on their own after a few years. I wouldn’t trust it with that much extra weight on it.

    1. avatar pyrotek85 says:

      This was my first thought too, I never had a visor that could bear any significant weight.

    2. avatar Bob says:

      I don’t think any car has a visor that has resistance in its hinges strong enough to hold the weight of a gun in its raised position. Obviously, the manufacturers designed the resistance to hold up the weight the visor itself plus maybe some registration paperwork. Not a big hunk of steel.

      I call epic fail.

      1. avatar Gregolas says:

        What about the velcro? Over a very short time, the bumps,jiggles and vibration would have the cumulative effect of sticking then pulling off the holster 1000s of times. Every few weeks , you’d be ordering a new one.
        No thanks.

    3. avatar William says:

      Excellent point. I think, though, that that was addressed in the “what could possibly go wrong?” part of the subject line.

  4. avatar Thomas Paine says:

    looks like two hands are needed to undo the velcro.

  5. avatar Silver says:

    That’s way too visible for my comfort, and I can’t imagine the visor would stay up with that weight on it. At least mine wouldn’t.

  6. avatar Joseph says:

    Looks like a good way to blow your balls off….and not in a good way.

  7. avatar matt says:

    Sounds like a ND waiting to happen to me. SAAMI drop safe tests are from 4 feet on to a 1″ thick rubber mat, something makes me think that in a accident the gun might go off.

  8. avatar DT says:

    So Operator right there. 2edgy4me

  9. avatar Morris says:

    in the event of a car accident your pistol instantly becomes a missle hazard, n0 thanks not for me.

  10. avatar John Fritz says:

    The only place for you EDC pistol when you’re in the car is holstered on your hip. Or wherever you normally carry.

    If you are forced to egress your vehicle for some reason (accident, carjacking, who knows) the odds of you remembering to grab that gun are approximately zero.

  11. avatar Saul Feldstein says:

    Just tested the “too much weight” theory with a PF9 using rubber bands in a Toyota Tundra, my visor held the weight just fine and almost closes completely, you cannot see the pistol with the visor up.

    1. avatar AlphaGeek says:

      What is this “scientific method” you speak of? Is it related to this “evidence-based reasoning” I keep hearing about?

      1. avatar duke nukem says:

        i think he meants he crashed or something

  12. avatar Ralph says:

    Do they make one for a shotgun?

  13. avatar Skyler says:

    Good way to get brained by a hunk of steel in an accident.

    1. avatar jwm says:

      Or have the chunk of steel miss your head, a good thing, and then go bouncing out the window and into traffice, a bad thing. Fail/fail all over this thing.

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