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Where do you carry your bug

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    My BUG a SP-101 .357 varies depending on my attire, sometimes in a belly band type worn on chest that has shoulder straps that helps carry the weight, sometimes weak side carry in holster on belt or pants pocket (rarely) and at other times coat or jacket pocket.

    BUG is about to change to XD9sc when it arrives so carry options will have to be reevaluated and of course reliability of gun tested as well.

    Primary is Glock-23 in strong side holster or in the aforementioned belly band high on the chest under armpit.
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    I usually carry a bug when I'm wearing my Sig-tac vest. Those times, I carry my primary XD 45 in a Max-con V IWB holster on the strong side, and I'll carry my Glock 26 in the left inside pocket of the vest. However, in the summer, with the Vegas heat, I'll carry the Glock as my primary in a Nemesis pocket holster in the right front pocket. I particularly like cargo pants for this.

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    Left vest pocket.

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    I also carry my primary on my right (strong) side hip and the KelTec PF-9 or S&W 642 goes in the left front pants pocket when coming along for a ride.
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    Right front pocket!! Steve48

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    Strong side hip pocket or, depending on what I'm wearing, sometimes the front pocket.

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    I carry a Glock 23 in a Desantis IWB on my right (strong) side at about 3:30. When I carr a BUG which has been pretty often lately, I carry a Kel-Tec P3AT in a Desantis Nemesis pocket holster in my left front pocket.
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    there are a fiew places i will carry my bug ( a pm9 normaly ) and it is enough to say that it is accessable to both hands and leave it at that .
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    P3AT weak side in a Don Hume pocket holster

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    P3AT in strong side front pocket.

    Just out of curiosity, why would you carry in your weak side? My extra mag for the P3AT is in the weak side pocket.
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    Hmmmm..."bug" (P3AT) usually stays home as my Kahr PM40 is virtually invisable in my right front pants pocket...with my Witness in a Blade Tech IWB as "back up.

    As I wear cargo pocket pants or shorts, I often have my grip at ready...just cause I can. Usually at park with grandkids. Its so easy and makes for one hecka fast draw.
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    Weakside hip most of the time when I carry a BUG.
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    Glock 27 in a Alessi ankle holster!
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    Primary at about 5 o clock IWB strong side. BUG in front pocket, also strong side. I should probably think about putting my bug on my weak side, eh?
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    Left front pocket.
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