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This is a discussion on Concealment Jacket within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Well it getting cold and I have been carrying my Glock G21 .45 on my hip, but due to some health issues I am not ...
Well it getting cold and I have been carrying my Glock G21 .45 on my hip, but due to some health issues I am not able to carry it there. (Long story), I am looking for a nice CCW jacket to buy cause it is getting cold. I need it to hold my .45. I have been looking all over the Interwebz, and cant find the right one. If you have a place let me know.
I have been looking at this one:
SeV Tropiformer Jacket
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Would a shoulder holster allow you to carry comfortably with a variety of outer garments - so you wouldn't have to always wear the same jacket? Never had one myself - just asking.
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Here is a nice option: Tactical Concealment Jacket - YouTube
One for everything: Concealed Carry Clothing (CCW Clothing) from SCOTTEVEST/SeV - Concealed Holsters Alternative with Carry Conceal Pants, CCW Vests and Concealed Carry Jackets - Tactical Conceal and Carry Clothing - CCW Clothes for Men and Women
Denim NRA & affordable: http://www.nrastore.com/nrastore/Pro...?p=CO+701&ct=e
Leather $70. : http://www.nrastore.com/nrastore/Pro...?p=CO+701&ct=e
Fashion for Men & Women: Tru Carry? Cross Draw System - Womens Conceal Carry Clothing Solutions
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I carry with a sport coat on occasion. I actually hate it on windy days.
Two things come to mind for your situation, first, you might consider a smaller Glock in either .45 or 9MM. I have the Glock-36 and the Glock30SF...both are much easier to carry then my full size Glock-21...I'm just saying'...
Secondly, the shoulder holster idea might just be your answer to keep weight/bulk off of the hip...here's mine: (zf) #70 VERTICAL SHOULDER HOLSTER
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Thanks I like the Tru carry, think that will be it. Don't worry, I don't ever go far from my glock or let some on take my coat.
I've got a Kangaroo Carry I use in certain situations. Definitely not my favorite way to carry, but it works when other methods don't and it hides under just about anything. I got the one in white/natural and worn over a t-shirt, it doesn't show even under a white dress shirt.
Without going in to any details, is it specific to 1 hip or are both sides of the belt not an option? If it is feasible in your situation you could consider cross draw..
I went with Scottevest. It carries anything.
I think I will be going back to a shoulder holster for winter time, at one time had Galco jackass rig really liked it.
+1 on Scottvest. Just got back from 2 weeks in Europe (no gun territory) and carried a ton of stuff in it. I also looked at how it covered my belt line for when I got back home and was pleased with it. Today I used it as a cover garmet for CCW and it worked great. Putting a 3rd mag in the right front pocket gives a push to get it open and to go to the gun. The other two spare mags are on the left side also nicely covered.
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