Quick and accessible, this vehicle holster mount is ideal for carrying a handgun in your vehicle for convenience or self-defense.
Installation is easy! Clip the mount directly into the gap below your steering wheel column and clip it at the bottom of the dash/kick panel. It's great for those who often conceal carry and may not want to keep their pistol on them while driving. Also popular for those who travel. No more shoving a handgun between seats, placing under a seat, in a door, in a console, or in any other area that is uncomfortable, unsafe or not secure. No drilling, no hassle - easily clips into place and secures your firearm for vehicle carry with easy access.
Release holster in seconds to securely put away your firearm if desired.
Mount strap length adjusts from 6¾” - 16½” to fit a variety of steering wheel columns.
**A holster is not included - you are purchasing the mount only**
Mount will fit most vehicles. Please verify you have both a gap under your steering wheel column and at least a few inches or more of lower dash area just above your pedals. This is ideal for a more perfect fit. If you do not have a gap, have a thick gap edge or have an odd design, we recommend our Steering Wheel Column Holster Mount Adaptor. We do not recommend this product if you have an air bag located BELOW the steering column.
The steering wheel column holster mount is not vehicle or firearm specific.
The mount does NOT include a holster. It will work with most generic nylon or kydex belt loop or belt clip holsters. Paddle holsters and holsters with dual loops or snap loops (ie. pancake or wide MOLLE style holsters) are not recommended. The holster will end up facing you, so depending on how you wish to draw from it, you may need either an ambidextrous holster or opposite side draw holster. If you don't already have a suitable holster, ambidextrous holsters made specifically for the mount are available, both concealed and unconcealed:
If you don't have a gap in your steering column or you have a covered or thick gap edge (more than 1/4" thick), or you have concerns that it may not fit after looking at your vehicle, then use the Adaptor - the adaptor will allow you to use the mount as it was intended. Same function, same location. If you have a 2007 or newer GMC/Chevy truck or SUV, you will definitely need the adaptor.
STEERING COLUMN MOUNT SPECIFICATIONS
* Is it legal in your state?We don't know. If you order it, we will ship it. It's up to you to check your local and state laws regarding firearm carry in your vehicle. This includes open/concealed carry, transporting, loaded/unloaded carry and vehicle carry laws.
Installation is super easy - no drilling, no holes!
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Order Processing Time - Ships within 2 Business Days
Highly recommend. Fast shipping. Works as described.
Love it. Fits perfect, easy to retrieve gun if needed.
Wanted a way to reach the pistol quickly without having to open a glove box or similar spot. One car doesn't have a good, quickly available spot anywhere handy. When I saw this in giveaway, which I did not win, btw, I ordered one. Loved it and ordered another one for the 2nd car. Love it❤
Works great and allows for easy access in case it's needed!
Very easy to install, fit well and very pleased with accessibility
It seems like it works but I couldn’t get the strap tight enough So that when you put the gun in it didn’t pull away due to the weight
Great Packaging awesome product nice quality great customer service
fits well on a 2017 Ford Focus. Super easy access.
I like the concept but disappointed in both products. I have a 60's car and can not get the adapter strap tight enough. Also there is not a ring to attach the holster mount to, instead it is a plastic slot, and the clip on the holster mount is not designed well, there is not enough of a bend in the hook to stay in the slot. It fell out of the slot and drop to the floor, scary with a gun. Furthermore the holster mount is very difficult to get the strap to pull tight enough even without the strap adapter. It just won't move when pulled. With the strap adapter I kept adjusting and then pulled the adapter up and around the steering column to get a tight fit. In order to get the strap adapter to work I had to use my turn signal lever, which I do not want to do because I fear it will break it with the tension and weight, but to get it to work (before I reset and restitch the buckle to get it tighter) that is what I did. I gave this a 3 for concept and because I don't need the adapter in my truck, but it is still hard to get it to pull tight. I don't know if the clips will stay on the under steering wheel dash area or not. I will have to try with dummy ammo. Too scary when it didn't stay hooked and fell. Might do better with conceal case and unloaded. I messed with this a long time, so I don't think it is user error. For the price I would prefer to see a ratchet type idea on the strap and hooks with a deeper "U".