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    Most women now a days like to wear the low rise jeans, what would be the best type of holster to wear with jeans like that??? If you are carrying a sig238? We have been trying to find something that is comfortable for me because I do have a small waist and also due to what I wear...
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    Here's a YouTube video by FaliaPhotography

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    Nope, not Lima. It's FaliaPhotography.

    I guess I should have labeled it. I just posted quick and moved on.

    I'll fix it and include a link to her YouTube channel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tacmansgirl View Post
    Most women now a days like to wear the low rise jeans, what would be the best type of holster to wear with jeans like that??? If you are carrying a sig238? We have been trying to find something that is comfortable for me because I do have a small waist and also due to what I wear...
    I have yet to find a good CC holster for my P238. I use the Sig Sauer Clip on OWB and Sig Sauer extended mag. When I want to CC I just un-tuck my shirt in the small area.doesn't print with loose shirts.
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    Great video, she does a great job showcasing the different options.
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    Hi tacmansgirl and welcome to the forum from VA!

    I wear only low rise jeans, too, most of the time. My carry conceal holster for IWB @ 3:30 is Crossbreed Tuck. 3 guns, 3 Crossbreeds. For OWB, I prefer the Blackhawk Serpa w/ the lock-in. Blackhawk Serpa is made only for a limited number of guns. I can pretty much conceal, summer and winter, with these holster combos but I do need to put the 1911 to HD duty in the summer!
    Each of my guns has a dedicated Crossbread IWB and Blackhawk, if available, OWB holster. I change to a different gun combo, depending on cover garment or season. But, I'm always carrying the largest caliber gun I can.

    I also have a few Stoner Leather Holsters when I want to "dress up" but they work with low rise jean also. This covers just about any garment situation I would be in except extreme dressy, dress-up. Then, it's purse (Ugh, last, last and I mean last resort). I am looking at thigh holsters for that. Oh, and I also have a fanny pack I use on very few occaisions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAO.Diva View Post
    Hi tacmansgirl and welcome to the forum from VA!

    I wear only low rise jeans, too, most of the time. My carry conceal holster for IWB @ 3:30 is Crossbreed Tuck. 3 guns, 3 Crossbreeds. For OWB, I prefer the Blackhawk Serpa w/ the lock-in. Blackhawk Serpa is made only for a limited number of guns. I can pretty much conceal, summer and winter, with these holster combos but I do need to put the 1911 to HD duty in the summer!
    Each of my guns has a dedicated Crossbread IWB and Blackhawk, if available, OWB holster. I change to a different gun combo, depending on cover garment or season. But, I'm always carrying the largest caliber gun I can.

    I also have a few Stoner Leather Holsters when I want to "dress up" but they work with low rise jean also. This covers just about any garment situation I would be in except extreme dressy, dress-up. Then, it's purse (Ugh, last, last and I mean last resort). I am looking at thigh holsters for that. Oh, and I also have a fanny pack I use on very few occaisions.

    Never mind a holster drawer, we gals need holster closets!

    Thanks so much ladies!!! That is so much help!! i would really love to have a thigh holster too for some occasions!! I'm not sure about the shoulder strap yet!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    Here's a YouTube video by FaliaPhotography

    Thank you Barkn!! This was helpful!! Learned a few new tricks!!
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    Never mind a holster drawer, we gals need holster closets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tacmansgirl View Post
    Most women now a days like to wear the low rise jeans, what would be the best type of holster to wear with jeans like that??? If you are carrying a sig238? We have been trying to find something that is comfortable for me because I do have a small waist and also due to what I wear...
    That's very good that you have considered carrying at least a .380acp and in a well made firearm. Although it costs money, I pretty much think that everyone that has a CCW should have at least two handguns. One for normal carry in a decent caliber and another for deep concealment use in lower risk situations (and possibly for backup gun use) but of a compromise caliber. One of my deep concealment and BUG guns is a Seecamp LWS but in .32acp. Something like that would be easier to conceal but you do give up stopping power. Here is a chart of highly concealable (pocket guns) to compare sizes and weights of guns. Your Sig P238 is on it. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B22w...hl=en_US&pli=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasgo View Post
    That's very good that you have considered carrying at least a .380acp and in a well made firearm. Although it costs money, I pretty much think that everyone that has a CCW should have at least two handguns. One for normal carry in a decent caliber and another for deep concealment use in lower risk situations (and possibly for backup gun use) but of a compromise caliber. One of my deep concealment and BUG guns is a Seecamp LWS but in .32acp. Something like that would be easier to conceal but you do give up stopping power. Here is a chart of highly concealable (pocket guns) to compare sizes and weights of guns. Your Sig P238 is on it. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B22w...hl=en_US&pli=1


    Thanks!! We have a wide variety to choose from if I need to but I am very happy with my P238... I also love my Kimber and Glock, but for now not that comfortable with carrying them on my person.. He is trying to help me with that... I like the fact that I can get other hins and advice tho..
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