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Gozenta Car Holster Mount from HAWG Holsters – USCCA Approved!

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The new Gozenta Car Holster mount lets you secure your pistol to an empty seat belt bracket. It is so useful it was awarded the Editor’s Choice in a recent USCCA Concealed Carry magazine.

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Seriously, John (The Owner or Hawg Holster) makes the absolute best CCW holster I have every used. Plus he’s a great guy. His custumer service is 2nd to none.

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16 thoughts on “Gozenta Car Holster Mount from HAWG Holsters – USCCA Approved!

  1. Bryan, do yinz guys have pesky sweat bees 🐝 this time of year? I found a sweat bee repellent on YouTube that really works. Lemon oil and eucalyptus oil. I mixed 4 ounces of isopropyl alcohol with 50 drops of lemon oil and 50 drops of eucalyptus oil in a 4 ounce spray bottle and sprayed myself bare arms, neck, ears, shirt, hat and my chair in spots and no more sweat bees. They stay away and it smells good. Just passing this great find on.

    1. hawg holsters – Hey John! I also have a couple Hawg Holsters! They are the best!

      Also, this is a suggestion for maybe a Gozenta 2.0 in the future, I would like one with a more solid lock upon conjunction with the ulticlip, so that way it has a solid lock onto the Gozenta and solid when driving if you have to reach for it.

      Just a small suggestion if you ever make another version of this.

  2. Hello from Oklahoma again! This looks like a great product. But in Oklahoma this would be considered open carry. The weapon can be seen from the window. This puts a whole other pile of restrictions on you the carrier. I made a gadget that goes behind the seat up against the center console and holds the holstered weapon there. With dark tinted windows and the fact its low enough it can not be seen, but is easily reached with practice. Love your videos I will be getting one of these. Thanks for all you do! God Bless!

    1. if you do something as simple as cover it up with a hat, t-shirt or anything else wouldn’t that solve the issue?

  3. cool video, neat product but i would rather just keep my weapon on my person,,, thanks for all of the great videos you do

  4. I just read the Jethro Bodine comment. That’s hilarious. I remember how he used to “cipher”. Gozinta. I’m still laughing. Whoever makes this product has a sense of humor and likes the Beverly Hillbillies show.

  5. Nice video, I have a GOZENTA and love how it works I bought it at a gun show from John himself. (He let me come behind his table and sit down a while) I keep mine concealed with a ball cap. It conceals easily and I never am seen outside my vehicle without my ball cap so when I park my truck, I put on my cap and my pistol. I drive 80 miles one way to work every day and carry the g43. I wish you had shown it concealed because some people don’t read instructions. Lol. Thanks for all the great videos.
    Fred

    1. I figured most people could figure out that if you put a hat (or pretty much anything else) over it it would be concealed. It is always good to hear that somebody who has been using the gear I review agrees with my assessment. Thanks for the support.

  6. Very cool, definitely piqued my interest. I was just talking with the wife today about upgrading my current vehicle set up which is not secure at all. This seems like a solid option so I’ll add it to the list of maybes.

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