Conceal my glock on my slim female body

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    Agreed, go a size bigger in your pants and your shirt.

    Try thunderwear if just shorts and a t-shirt. Gun Holsters Glock Holsters Concealment Holsters

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    Try a holster from AKJ Concealco at AKJ Concealco LLC - Concealment gun holsters, personal defense related equipment, and other gunleather. It has a forward cant that keeps the butt from sticking out and pulls the pistol into you. I'm thin and I can conceal a G30 or an XD 45C easily with this set up. Also wear a shirt a size larger.

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    In order for me to shoot a baby Glock, I have to use the magazine pinky extensions or I can't hold the gun steadily at all. That makes the grip the same length of your G19, so why bother with a G26?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtbiker View Post
    I'm not fat by any means and I can't carry OWB very well. I can carry a full size 1911 IWB very well. You need a good holster, with a bit of can't and wear it just behind the hip. Also, when you bend down to pick something up, bend your knees, not your waist.
    +1 I think you will be surprised how well even large pistols conceal.

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    I have never been called slim or skinny but I carry a Glock 21 most of the time and I use an MTAC holster and a good belt by the Beltman. The MTAC is adjustable for depth and cant and the belt gives the support needed. A good belt is very important for comfort and concealibility.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    In order for me to shoot a baby Glock, I have to use the magazine pinky extensions or I can't hold the gun steadily at all. That makes the grip the same length of your G19, so why bother with a G26?
    because the 26 is lighter, and shorter (slide length) than the 19
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    The slide is no problem to conceal, it's the grip.
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    I understand what you're saying about the grip,
    however my point is that the overall length of the pistol is a factor in how high it rides and is a factor depending on what type/brand of holster is used

    the grip of a Pierce extension (no mag cap increase) is less than any other type that has mag cap increase, maybe small difference, but difference nonetheless

    the part that sticks out on the Pierce isn't as much of a 'printer' as is the topmost portion of a pistol in the holster, ie: the back/bottom portion of the grip or the end of the slide...IMO and from my experiences
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    Quote Originally Posted by AZ Husker View Post
    In order for me to shoot a baby Glock, I have to use the magazine pinky extensions or I can't hold the gun steadily at all. That makes the grip the same length of your G19, so why bother with a G26?
    Good question
    (1)Because not everyone has a problem shooting the G26 without
    a extension like you seem to.(Thats not a put down,just pointing
    it out to you)
    (2) They may not like to shoot it 50 or 100 rounds without a pinky
    extensions but they can, and have an extra mag to put one on
    if they plan to shoot it a lot (this is what I did with my G33 and
    it kicks a lot more than a G26).

    I carry my M&P9C with a short mag. and the one with the extension as a backup.
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    I am not thin by no means... But, I am pretty good at CC..

    Try a Glock 26, forward cant, pancake open top holster.

    Side Guard Holsters - OWB Holsters

    I use to carry a G19 all the time, but I find the G26 easier to CC.

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    SOB...small of the back type holster (Fist #41)...not over the spine, but rather over the kidney at about 5:30...palm out draw.

    It works very well...
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    Spend $12-$15 and try a Glock Sport/Combat worn behind the belt.
    You may be happy with it. I know I am.

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    Conceal my Glock

    Try using a holster with extreme forward cant and see if that puts the butt up where it belongs. I use a Tucker holster with adjustable cant for my model 36 with oversize grips and it works great,the holster is also tuckable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jose45 View Post
    Slick,all the above is good advise.I've found you can conceal just about anything if you wear a big enough shirt.Seeins as you're from Fla. how about on of those flowerdy shirts or a Guayaberra in 2XXL--Jose45
    Jose,
    You may be forgetting Sir, that not just anyone can wear a Guayaberra. The properly worn Guayaberra requires a gentleman of a certain urbane and uniquely s m o o t h character . To use the patois of the street, "we don't know if this cat is cool enough for a GB." It's like dating a Playboy Bunny, not just anyone can play in that league.......lol.


    I know what you mean about the gun looking like a lump on a thin person, a good tuckable holster should help, they ride lower even untucked..

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    Give SmartCarry a try. It works pretty good for me.

    Use the search function. There are lots of threads about SmartCarry and some have pics.

    Or go shopping and get a Glock 26. With standard mags you can hide it just about anywhere.

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