Okay, so I've found a few forums about guns. Ladies, Chicks, Gals, hi. I want input from you especially (if you happen to find this thread ) about gun holsters you use for concealed carry. I found this website called ultimate concealed carry. I watched the videos on youtube, and whatnot, and haven't made up mind on how to carry day to day. The biggest issue I have is wearing a dress. Now This may be a fashion no-no, but I wear some leggings or pants underneath my dresses in the winter, and To heck if I'm flashing anybody in the summer (wear some capri leggings or yoga pants then). Most of the time though, I HATE DRESSES. So that makes it just a bit easier to wear some concealed holsters.
So which ones do you, or gentlemen, do you wives, find the most comfortable?
Would love to know. Any ladies also own scotte vests? Those are expensive but I did contact them, and they did say that two of their travel vests for women would work well for concealed carry and they are working hard for more options for women.
And also, just general advice here, would it be better to buy the holster before a gun purchase? I have amended my concealed carry options to include a Taurus 380 in addition to a Ruger LCR 357 (I said 38 before, I really meant the 357), because deep conceal carry is what I am into, but I want something with enough power to stop a person, and enough accuracy. I have also heard of the Khar around the same size a 380. Any gun easy enough to work with after a good amount of practice pulling the...um...Technical name escapes me. Not trigger...um. Okay I'm new to the gun world. So just bare with me. Got lots of questions. I think I may need to go look up some definitions, and parts of the guns, and what not. I know lever, and trigger, and magazine already, but, well its where you cock the gun, to make sure its empty, or that it has a bullet in it, ready to fire. I think cock the gun is the phrase, but what is the part called.
Please bear with me. Any help would be appreciated.