Absolutely no problem in my view.
This is a discussion on Jogging with a Kahr P380 within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Curious if you would feel comfortable/safe jogging with a chambered round P380 in a Pistol Wear PT-ONE belly band? It is small and light enough ...
Curious if you would feel comfortable/safe jogging with a chambered round P380 in a Pistol Wear PT-ONE belly band? It is small and light enough that it shouldn't be a hindrance as far as size and weight. I am thinking it would be safe enough as far as an accidental firing from a stumble/fall because of the striker stop, but want to make sure. Not that I go stumbling and falling when I jog, but it has happened once in my several years of jogging... fortunately no one was looking.
I jog, ride bike, lift weights with my Glock 23. Simple put on your undergarments, then your gun belt and holster, then your (oversized) nylon shorts, then your T-shirt. Everything stays right in place. Striker fired weapons are probably the safest to do such things.
It's not the jogging that counts, it's the reaching in and grabbing it. The key there is a good holster
You could even sky-dive!
Proverbs 27:12 says: “The prudent see danger and take refuge, but the simple keep going and suffer for it.”
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Nah, ur good. The only gun that goes off due to impact is the Kahr K9 NYPD. Hair trigger of course.
OP, I jog with a pm9 in a pistol wear all the time. No problem at all. At first it felt wrong (like running with scissors or something) but you'll get over that feeling pretty quickly. P380 would be a piece of cake.
i feel completly comfortable with my glock 19 gen4 chambered
Hmmm... you sure ain't givin' me much of a chance are ya? Of course I suspect it might knock the breath out of me... perhaps permanently.
I gave the PT-ONE/P380 a go tonight and it felt comfortable and I didn't worry about it at all. My wife keeps calling me Barney for some reason. I kind of thought maybe it would give me confidence and energize me to jog another lap... but it didn't work.