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Does anyone have any experience with either of the shoulder holsters that NAA offers for their Minis? Or the ankle holster they offer? If you do, what do you think? I am torn about the functionality of the shoulder holsters. The ankle one doesn't look too bad.

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No experience, but IMO if you have the NAA, get their holster. It is specific to their gun and I doubt you could get anything close to that quality for their prices, unless you had a local person making one for you. For an ankle holster, if you really want that, there may be some universals that are snug and like spandex. I'd try a cheap one before I'd buy a nice leather ankle holster, cuz you may not like it.
 

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I have experience with both kinds of holsters, just not with the NAA. Ankle holsters are very good if you drive a lot - easy to reach. Shoulder holsters can be a pain to conceal, but I like the ease of access, especially the vertical design. If this is your primary, I'd avoid the ankle holster - to hard to be subtle unless you're sitting and NO chance of a fast draw. If this is secondary or even deeper, use what you like. I've posted this before
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I carry it in my watch pocket.Totally concealed, easy access. Just sayin'
 

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