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This is a discussion on Using the bathroom when cc'ing within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; There is no good reason to unholster when going to use a commode as seated. Very simply undo your belt, unbotton your pants and while ...

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    There is no good reason to unholster when going to use a commode as seated.

    Very simply undo your belt, unbotton your pants and while holding the still holstered gun & holster combo bend your knees and seat yourself to the lid.
    At contact to the lid while still holding your holstered gun & holster combined either remain holding it or place it down on the floor to rest among the _inside_ of your pants.
    If in a public restroom where the walls are up off the ground allowing view of your feet simply angle the butt of the gun inward into your pants and bunch up the pant waist around it a bit to cover or break up the shape of the guns butt.

    This is simple.

    As well Ayoob did a bit on this a few weeks ago on one of those gunfu TV shows doing exactly what I describe, and have been doing with out issue for years.
    There is no reason to unholster unless you carry a gun as without a holster to start...Which of course is a huge do not do for a multiple of safety reasons alone.

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    The main problem for women, IWILLFART, is not so much "taking a crap" in public, but just peeing whatever you call it. Add coffee or a 64oz Slurpee on the go, and girls have this situation many many times a day.

    I don't see articles on this in American Rifleman or Shooting Times. No class has covered it.

    Maybe the safest way is to use one of those small aircraft pee funnels and forget undoing the belt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highvoltage View Post
    I wear depends.
    we have a winner

    Problem solved!
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    This topic is very common. Here's a funny post made by a former member of my site who was a little bit challenged with the English language:
    Simple, I go to the end (last) of stall and close the door. For urinal, stand up and unzip, then pee. For stool, when you sit on the toilet then put your pant up by the knee and no one can see your gun, because right side of end wall. Or put your gun on the underwear, finish stool, then put it back in holster, remember put your finger off from trigger. Don't discharge it the bullet can go through the door to the bystander. Keep your finger off from trigger!

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    I once had to take a lost/stolen firearm report from a SECRET SERVICE AGENT who took his gun off at a McDonalds to use the restroom, left and didn’t realize he was missing it for 30 MINUTES! Went back and it was gone. I could not believe what he was telling me. I guess he had to go through us to file that since it happened in our jurisdiction…That was the only time I ever took a report from a federal agent.

    As for me, I have no issues using the stall with my G26, and my summer comfort holster has plenty of retention. The one time that I did forget about readjusting the gun to sit down, it did turn over but the holster still had enough retention to hold the glock in place. Even if it did fall out, I would have been more worried about the finish than a ND, it has a drop safety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cammo girl View Post
    The main problem for women, IWILLFART, is not so much "taking a crap" in public, but just peeing whatever you call it. Add coffee or a 64oz Slurpee on the go, and girls have this situation many many times a day.

    I don't see articles on this in American Rifleman or Shooting Times. No class has covered it.

    Maybe the safest way is to use one of those small aircraft pee funnels and forget undoing the belt.
    Hey, check this out....I actually carry one on my motorcycle.
    Women can pee standing up with Go Girl | Go Girl Female Urination Device
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    If I'm using the belly band holster with my LCR, I just pull it up in to my armpits and sit down. With an IWB holster I just tilt it over in to the crotch of my pants and cover it up with my boxers. Of course, the best policy is to #2 before leaving the house.

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    I usually lay it on the toilet paper holder or i'll unholster, sit, and sit it in my pants so that i can't forget it

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    Being female, I find this thread interesting and informative. However, I do find it disturbing that one would be concerned about their pants touching the restroom floor, but doesn't appear to be concerned about actually sitting on a public toilet seat.
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    A toilet inside the Carl's Jr. in Centerville is in pieces after a man accidentally dropped his concealed weapon. A bullet struck the toilet, and the flying shrapnel wounded the man.


    Don't do it this way!

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    Cammo Girl, make sure to flip the gun in as you seat your self. If it filps out it could fall out. Also make sure of good retention.

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    Not sure how this will be received but I took 3 ft of paracord tied into a loop - keep it in my pocket. Loop it around my CCW and hang it around my neck while on the throne.

    Never lost it yet or blown a toilet out from under me (at least not with my weapon)
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    Typically when having to use a public restroom you will most likely have your purse with you as well. What I've found that works for me is simply removing the holstered gun from my belt and placing both in my purse, when through, back on belt it goes.

    Gun doesn't leave holster, purse doesn't leave shoulder.
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    This proves a theory that my mom has always shared. All adult conversations, if left unchecked, will turn to bathroom functions or sex.
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    Quote Originally Posted by i10casual View Post
    I see a new product line emerging! Holsters du Tiolet!
    temp. ankle holster? arm brace?
    I think we should just demand equal rights like everyone else!

    All stalls will now come equipped with a holster mounted to the wall for our convenience.

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