This is a discussion on CCW while pregnant within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by jofrdo <snip> Belt holsters can be difficult for ladies. Their hips have more curves than men's, so pistol grips tend to not ...
My wife carries IWB nearly every day and has no trouble concealing. Right now she's carrying a Walther PPS which is, admittedly, a rather small pistol. Actually that's why she bought it, because she was concerned about her ability to conceal. Now that she's been carrying for six months or so, she's realized that concealment is much easier that she originally thought. She's thinking that she could very likely easily conceal my G23, and I'm betting that in another month or so her EDC Walther will be replaced by the Sig P250 that she just bought.
What Paco's wife really needs here are some opinions from women. Come on ladies, where are you? While Lima is often a great resource, she obviously has her hands full just now. She can't be the only woman on the board with pregnant carry experience. I'd be prodding my own wife to weigh in here, but we don't have any children. Paco, if you don't get the kinds of answers that you are looking for here, head over to Cornered Cat and send Kathy an e-mail. I'm sure she could help you out.
Doesnt Lima have all this down?
Lima. Lima. Lima.
(Well, it worked for Beetlejuice)
Fortune favors the bold.
Freedom doesn't mean safe, it means free.
The thing about "defense" is that it has practically nothing to do with guns. (As passed on by CCW9MM)
The thread is just a touch over 4 years old. I don't know if Lima had kids yet when this was started....
Is that what it was? I thought maybe a new member....but then the "post title" does sort of sound like an ad. No link though. I'll give her the benefit of the doubt. My wife carries with either a DeSantis Belly Band or one a Flashbang - I think either would work when she's pregnant, but she's hasn't carried pregnant yet.