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Don't worry guns and shooting will naturally thin out your wallet, soon you won't have two nickels to rub together and when you do you will spend them on ammo.
I carry a Maxpedition wallet in my weakside front pocket. It's thin, holds a few bucks and a couple of cards. Works great
"We must remember that one man is much
the same as another, and that he is best
who is trained in the severest school."
~Thucydides, History of the Peloponnesian War
If it's too difficult getting used to carrying your wallet in your left back pocket then start shooting left handed so you can keep your wallet where it's always been.
Or you could do appendix IWB carry, say at 1 or 2 o'clock.
Money clip in the front left pocket works for me.
what to do with my wallet.Well for starters you now don't have to give it to the dirtbag that waves a knife in your face :-)I've had my CWP for one week today.
Put every thing in all those empty vest pockets..............LOL
Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not."
~ Thomas Jefferson
Send it to me with everything still in it,including the money. Or you can just switch pockets.
I have a Motorola Razor Phone with a Body Glove case on it. My ID and Debit card and 4 or 5 bills folded into 1/4s fit almost perfectly in behind the phone in the case. The razr is almost the exact same size as a card.
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I switched to left front pocket. Two reasons, one it is easy to retrieve my shield and ID (LEO) should I be holding one at gunpoint with my strong hand. Two, there is less of a chance of being the victim of a pick pocket in crowded places.
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