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I am not the only one that thinks AIWB is irresponsible and a reckless.

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    I am trying so hard NOT to read his other posts and you guys keep linking them up in here just to toy with me.
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    I keep looking at the poor grammar in the title, otherwise, I think the entire forum just got trolled
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    OP? OP?
    methinks the OP has left the building
    .................i hope we didn't scare him off
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    Quote Originally Posted by JLla84 View Post
    I keep looking at the poor grammar in the title, otherwise, I think the entire forum just got trolled
    .............well, if we did, at least it was a FUN trolling............
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    Quote Originally Posted by gen3 View Post
    I tried it, but a part of my anatomy is too large to comfortably carry that way.





















    My belly.
    Do you get that remark. "Are you happy to see me , or is that a gun in your pants?"


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    Well, as usual, I've read all NINE PAGES (that's - 9!) before contributing my sage & profound observation(s). OP - regrettably, you do, indeed, seem to be the ONLY one who FEELS... "that" way!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghost tracker View Post
    Well, as usual, I've read all NINE PAGES (that's - 9!) before contributing my sage & profound observation(s). OP - regrettably, you do, indeed, seem to be the ONLY one who FEELS... "that" way!
    Ghost, you need to comment as you go, like I do. When you get to the current page, you'll have four or more posts back to back, and realize everyone has answered each five pages back.

    It does reinforce lack of thought, (You don't know, what you don't know).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob99VMI04 View Post
    MMMMMM Mgriddle from McDonalds.
    So which is more dangerous, FOTH (forward of the hip carry, hat tip to the seasoned ones here), or the bacon, egg, and cheese McGriddle?
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    Quote Originally Posted by graydude View Post
    So which is more dangerous, FOTH (forward of the hip carry, hat tip to the seasoned ones here), or the bacon, egg, and cheese McGriddle?
    It depends...

    I carry most of my McGriddles forward of the hip so I feel very qualified to non-answer your question
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    Quality firearm cocked and locked, in a quality holster, position AIWB... I've been mostly carrying this way for a long time.... and.... (lemme check...) yep... junk intact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colding View Post
    I almost exclusively AIWB carry. For me it is more comfortable for all-day wear and faster drawing and aiming. I have absolutely no fear of shooting myself carrying this way, or IWB/OWB for that matter. No booger-hooker on the bang switch until I'm ready to shoot. The gun will not fire by itself. I do, however, take great caution in holstering my weapon. If holstering while holster is still in pants, I slide my weak hand behind the holster and push the muzzle end outward, they slowly holster my firearm. At no point during the holstering does the muzzle sweep any part of my body. After the firearm is secured in the holster, it's business as usual. Most times, I simply remove the holster, insert the gun, then put it back on. Surprisingly fast and easy.
    That's great! I personally don't carry AIWB but neither do I hate on it or on those that do! And, although for the moment, I'm more of a 3:30-4:00 carry kinda cat; I've actually thought about switching to Appendix carry a few times due to a mild strong side shoulder pain. I've practiced carrying that way a few times with my smaller pistols and it seems to eliminate that nagging shoulder issue due to not having to reach further back to access my piece. Hmm. I may have to look into it a little more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by matthew03 View Post
    ...You don't know, what you don't know...
    Brother Matt, of COURSE I know, what I don't know. That's the one advantage of my knowing...nothing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HotBrass45 View Post
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    Aint that the truth!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Struckat View Post
    That guys shirt sreams, "I have a gun!"
    Only to the paranoid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SatCong View Post
    I know a LEO that retired two years early,before his 20 years because he screw up his back that way..
    I can understand. I messed mine up from carrying two pairs of handcuffs in the small of my back and jumping in and out of a car many times
    every shift.
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