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When is a “C” not a “C”?

Posted by Rob Longenecker on November 24th, 2006

Tucker offers several styles of Kydex belt clips for the Answer IWB, the Texas Heritage IWB and the Cover Up IWB holsters. One favorite is the “C”-Mount clip (or simply called the ”C-Clip.”)

The C-Clip is like a J-Hook with a ledge at the top to put the weight of the gun on the gunbelt, where it belongs instead of on the waistband of the trousers, which may cause sagging.

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A recent post on CombatCarry.org asked why the clip did not have a curve at top. Clearly, some folks don’t know why the “C-clips” are made the way they are. I’ve heard some even heat the top to curve it down a bit. Having this blog is a great way to communicate and let you know why we do things as we do.

If you have a need to curve the top of the clip I’ll bet it’s because your belt is ”popping out” from underneath the ledge at the top.  My experience has been that it’s usually because some belts flex too much. Get a real gunbelt.

I’d love to know your experience with C-Clips, especially if you have any trouble when using them with a good quality gunbelt. 

We’re committed to keep innovating to meet your needs and we want to know your experiences and suggestions.

Rob

 

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