My first CCW Rig

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    My first CCW Rig

    G19 with DeSantis Cozy Partner, I also have a SERPA Paddle holster on the way.

    I will get the PM9 later as a pocket gun, didn't feel like going on a spending spree (until I get my bonus next month).
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    Good start. Congratulations.

    Stay safe.

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    Great choice for your CCW. Congrats
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    thx! I will be as safe as I can be :). I have a bio safe for my house and a lock box for my car.... I have to separate gun locking systems too. I shall not draw except to defend life, I will not point at anything I don't want to kill...

    I will break it in this weekend, bought 100 rounds of range fodder for the first round....

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    I'm walking around with my holster on...trying to get used to the feeling of this thing :/

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    I mean walking around my house of course, I'm not gonna carry till I become more proficient/break in my gun and get comfortable.

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    Congrats on the g19! And I am sure you will love the PM9; it is a beautiful pistol. BTW, it is a great holster pistol!
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    Nice set up!!!

    I'm picky when it comes to waist carry. Havent found one that really fits me comfy yet(havent looked that much either). So I carry my G26 in a Thunderwear holster. I wore it around the whole day when I first got it and forgot had it on later that night.
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    yeah, the 19 is def a bit large, because of how I normally dress for work I will def need the PM9 as a pocket pistol, I can't carry this G19 with me all the time

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    The G19 is a good all around 9mm. I have more than one Desantis holster. Pretty good looking set up. The only thing I might suggest is upgrading your belt. It doesn't look any too thick, and it is a little narrow for the loops on your holster. A stiff belt that properly fits your holster makes concealing even a large handgun a snap.

    Good luck!
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    I ordered a brown gun belt and a black gun belt, nice and thick, should be coming in a couple days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctsketch View Post
    I ordered a brown gun belt and a black gun belt, nice and thick, should be coming in a couple days.
    A good gun belt is essential. You're on the right track to obtaining constant comfortable carry.
    What we've got here is failure to communicate.

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    Congrats on the new pistola!
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    Yup, good start!
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    I have a G23, and I find it fills the need for almost any situation.

    The midsize Glocks are my favorite.
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