Too Much Time On My Hands...
Examples are shown mounted to a jig for the purpose of these photos.
Firearm stored with empty chamber perpendicular to plane of mounting surface.
Design has a slide stop which enables cocking the firearm by rapidly pushing it forward one handed while removing from hold position.
Can either be mounted vertical with recommended muzzle down orientation or as shown horizontal
under a counter, desktop, etc...Ambidextrous design.
Firearm stored with empty chamber parallel to plane of mounting surface.
This was modeled in both RH or LH orientation (RH shown).
Has a thinner overall profile (43mm) than the holdUP and is ideal for mounting
in more confined space such as on the back of a bookcase, dresser, bedstand, headboard, etc.
Also with build-in slide stop to enable chambering upon removal.
Supports the same metal slide pistols as the holdUP.
These were CAD modeled, printed, & assembled for the challenge of working thru the process in a weekend.
There is currently no intention of capitalizing on either.
Soooooo, if you have a Patent on similar device, piss off as there is no infringement.
Without Challenge How Would We Know Our Limits