I must attend a visitation at a funeral this weekend. A dear friend's son passed away suddenly. I know M and her son well, but the rest of the family I know barely or not at all. Many of these people are the kind of people most of us would choose to avoid, and no way would I be comfortable not carrying around them.
That in itself, is unnerving enough, on top of the concern of keeping things very well concealed. My normal everyday jeans and a sweatshirt aren't going to cut it for this. I went out this afternoon and picked up a pair of nice casual black slacks, and I have several shirt/sweater options to work with.My day to day OWB holster isn't going to work, with the soft fabric of the slacks. I've pretty much decided the best way would be to carry my J-frame in a Smart Carry holster. That is until I actually tried it. Sure standing up is fine and it hides so well, I'm not really worried about printing.
Now sitting down is something entirely different, driving to and from, and sitting through a prayer service will be impossible, unless I get some good advice, fast. Where do you position this holster to allow body movements without the barrel meeting up with bone?
From the waist down I have the shape of a teenage boy, bones everywhere and not much in the way of padding.
Smart Carrier's- HELP