2nd and 3rd days carring concealed

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    Day 3 Ha! I am somewhere around day 6532 + or - a couple of sleepy, rainy days off. A good belt is the key young student; someday you will be the master. :)
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    mathew03 - I have to start some where!! :-)

    I took the advice and order a couple of Bullhide Belts. We will see what that does or me.

    Thanks for all the help

    Nick

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    I carry my m&p9c in a galco king tuk. And its about the same size of the xd and it conceals well even under a t-shirt. The king-tuk and crossbreed are among some of the most comfortable holsters I have tried.

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    I received the Bullhide Belt today. It is a heck of a belt. Wore it to work today (w/o gun). Will give the complete rig (belt and holster a try this weekend)

    Thanks for the adivce
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    Gotta agree with good gun belt. I use a Blackhawk leather belt 28 bucks stiff as a rail but comfortable. To be honest I have a shoulder rig that I like and use quite a bit but the way im dressed summer and winter lends itself to that and as a rule im carrying two handguns anyway one IWB one shoulder.
    My IWB is a soft leather Bianchi that I trimmed to fit either a pt945 or a pt 840. Its a cheap holster as holsters go but with a good gun belt it snugs either of those pistols in place comfortably and keeps them there.

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    What is the BFD! Thank you, and I mean this, for being aware, concerned and not embarrasing the rest of us. But, you done did it! Now don't upset the LEO or the little old lady getting her morning coffee. (sarcasim off)

    By the way. Congradulations on getting out there and doing that carry thing. Word (got your back).
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