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Old 03-31-2013, 10:39 AM   #41
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I would highly recommend raven concealment or JM custom kydex. I would also recommend giving some serious consideration to appendix carry, it works well for a lot of people.
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Old 03-31-2013, 11:59 AM   #42
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What weapon are you concealing Matt? Sounds like maybe if you're a smaller body you may need a slimmer gun.
My rig from above can be worn against skin or over an undershirt and same with leather.

I'm carrying a Springfield armory xd subcompact .40s&w.
I'm really not a small guy I'm 5'10 and about 190. Just don't wanna be uncomfortable while driving and walking around. The belt holster is easy to conceal I'm just worried about in just a t shirt. My shirts would only cover half the gun that's why I'm looking for an iwb holster
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Old 03-31-2013, 06:04 PM   #43
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Hey guys a few really dumb questions but I'm completely new to ccw. The iwb it puts the gun on the inside of your waste band making your pants fit tighter? I heard that leather holds in moisture making your gun rust overtime. I have a black hawk that I really like. the locking feature of it is very nice but it goes on my belt causing it to stick out so far it's pretty hard to conceal in just jeans and a t shift unless I wear a super huge shirt that gods down to my butt. Another thing is in the taco my gun sits right where I buckle my seat belt and its not comfortable at all. Any input would be great. A few very nice holsters here but I would love to try them out. Any major chains carry some of these holsters ? Sorry about the noob questions
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I would highly recommend raven concealment or JM custom kydex. I would also recommend giving some serious consideration to appendix carry, it works well for a lot of people.
Yeah I've read that a lot lately and I can see it working well for standing and walking, but for prolonged sitting or in situation s where you need to kneel or squat????
I'd think it would dig in to the abdomen and thigh
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A lot of weather it digs into your abdomen or thigh is a function of holstered and gun. It will to an extent with any gun but then again, if you carry at 4 o'clock it will dig in when you sit down too. Appendix carry is also the fastest position when it comes to draw times.
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i use an uncle mikes and a galco soft leather holster for my glock...love it
I'm with this guy, I have uncle Mikes in-the-pants holster for both my Springfield XD 45 and my sig 9mm, love them both. Not terribly expensive either, maybe 20-25 bux? Had a friend turn me on to them a year or two ago and I haven't looked back.
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