chrisleduc1 wrote:I've spent quite a few hours on here and it seems like there is no absolutely best way to not be concealed, but the 2 suggestions I keep seeing is either on the passenger seat (maybe clipped to seatbelt) or on the dash in some fashion?
Im wondering if I should buy a second holster to screw to my dash/center console somewhere...
since the dash and pax seat are the 2 preferred locations, and since I don't want my gun to go flying off the seat in a sudden stop/crash, I chose the dash for my vehicle. People put their guns in different places on the dash and secure them in different ways. For example you can secure a holster by high-temp velcro, screws, or one member actually secured his holster to a clipboard so there wasn't any modification to the dash itself.
Since you're using a Serpa you might want to consider the Quick Disconnect system. The QD System allows the holster to be disconnected from one location (belt/paddle mount for waist, MOLLE equipment mount, thigh rig mount, or a mount that you bolt down, amongst others) and re-connected to another location without ever taking the firearm out of the holster. Handling the firearm with the trigger gaurd constantly covered = safer than handling firearm with trigger gaurd exposed. You can see how I mounted mine here: viewtopic.php?f=8&t=5616&p=60549#p60549
As you can read in the subsequent posts on my thread, others would have preferred different mounting methods/locations, but this works for me.
Just note that the QD system adds a half inch or so between your gun and hip. Same weight of firearm + greater distance to fulcrum = higher torque, i.e. your gun feels heavier and becomes uncomfortable to carry slightly faster.