Thigh holster maybe??
This is a discussion on How to carry wearing a kilt. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I belong to a group of Kilt wearing aficionados a number of whom also carry for one reason or another. I would like to get ...
I belong to a group of Kilt wearing aficionados a number of whom also carry for one reason or another. I would like to get some feedback on what you think is the best way to carry a concealed pistol while wearing a kilt. Gentlemen and ladies, the floor is yours.
You go old school and go commando?
Belly band or smart carry? A Utilikilts seems thick enough you could go IWB.
Why is it different than a pair of pants.... OWB, IWB, or that little bag thing...
get ya a sweet shoulder rig and wear a traditional vest or something ?
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Maybe a thigh band or tuckable IWB holster
What are you looking to carry?
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Velcro a holster into the sporran? Does the Sgian Dubh count as a concealed weapon?
A girl can never have too much jewelry or too much weaponry.
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Well a number of gents have been advocating a thigh wear holter based on the experience of a young lady who carries that way. I personally use an elastic waistband holster that carries my Makarov and an extra clip very nicely. I just can't see fumbling around trying to reach under my kilt to get my weapon out. Might grab the wrong thing.
All you need are bagpipes. They were invented as a weapon of war, and will easily repel any attackers.
If that fails, you could hide a sawed off shotgun in one pretty easily. Just be sure which pipe you put in your mouth.
BTW, what's the difference between a bagpipe and an onion?
No one ever cries when you chop up a bagpipe.
-- Luck favors the well prepared.
A thread on kilt carry? Fantastic.
Well, I might consider a thigh holster. And then I would consider NOT going commando. :)
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