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This is a discussion on Concealed carry within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Hey guys, Have been carrying my M&P9 full-size with no problems in my Remora IWB holster...comfy, and conceals it well. However, I have found the ...

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    Concealed carry

    Hey guys,

    Have been carrying my M&P9 full-size with no problems in my Remora IWB holster...comfy, and conceals it well. However, I have found the most concealable and comfortable position to be 4:30, which presents a problem. If I am driving/sitting at a table for dinner, etc, basically in a seated position, it becomes very hard to draw quickly. Anyone have any ideas on how to address this?

    Thanks!


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    Yes, don't carry there when seated. If in a restaurant, excuse yourself and move the holster.

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    Ok JD, good point. Where else do you think I might be able to move it to, without it being too obvious? I like having my weapon on me, and I do NOT like being without it!!! I'm a smallish guy 5'11 155, and my fiancee is a model. I feel like I have to fend off guys left and right, which is I why I carry, in case one of them won't leave her alone.

    Thanks!

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    Aaaaaaaand thread closed?

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    Not really, but thanks, though. Great advice bro

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    I learned to carry at 3:00 with a Kholster with an FBI cant.. I find that I can draw while seated without difficulty. I carry a Kimber Ultra Carry II in 45.

    You might want to get some OC or something for those pesky droolers. Shooting them may ruin your chances of being with her.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP9NewMexico View Post
    Ok JD, good point. Where else do you think I might be able to move it to, without it being too obvious? I like having my weapon on me, and I do NOT like being without it!!! I'm a smallish guy 5'11 155, and my fiancee is a model. I feel like I have to fend off guys left and right, which is I why I carry, in case one of them won't leave her alone. Thanks!
    If that is why your carrying, then your doing it for the wrong reason. The reason for carrying is to protect yourself and loved one from a violent attack. Unless your life is threatened or serious bodily injury is eminent your gun is the last thing you should reach for. Situational awareness if your first line of defense, OC or another nonlethal form of defense is next, your gun is your last line of defense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP9NewMexico View Post
    Hey guys,

    Have been carrying my M&P9 full-size with no problems in my Remora IWB holster...comfy, and conceals it well. However, I have found the most concealable and comfortable position to be 4:30, which presents a problem. If I am driving/sitting at a table for dinner, etc, basically in a seated position, it becomes very hard to draw quickly. Anyone have any ideas on how to address this? Thanks!
    How about a driving holster ?

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    I am carrying to prevent sexual assault against her...

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    Might I suggest a smaller backup gun carried on your weak side. Carried where you have access to it while seated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MP9NewMexico View Post
    I am carrying to prevent sexual assault against her...
    Does she carry for her own protection? Or are you with her 24/7?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomtsr View Post
    I learned to carry at 3:00 with a Kholster with an FBI cant.. I find that I can draw while seated without difficulty. I carry a Kimber Ultra Carry II in 45.

    You might want to get some OC or something for those pesky droolers. Shooting them may ruin your chances of being with her.
    OC? What might that be sir?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector71 View Post
    Does she carry for her own protection? Or are you with her 24/7?
    I'm not with her 24/7. She is scared of guns and refuses to carry, though I did buy her a can of Sabre Pepper Foam to keep in her hand when walking about after dark (to/from work and to/from car, etc)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector71 View Post
    Does she carry for her own protection? Or are you with her 24/7?

    My thoughts also.....She needs to be prepared for herself
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    Quote Originally Posted by Inspector71 View Post
    Does she carry for her own protection? Or are you with her 24/7?
    I'm not with her 24/7. She is scared of guns and refuses to carry, though I did buy her a can of Sabre Pepper Foam to keep in her hand when walking about after dark (to/from work and to/from car, etc)

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