Advice on carrying concealed

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    I carry either a G36 or a G30. I mostly carry in a Smartcarry and sometimes on my hip in a Crossbreed Supertuck. I cannot be made at work so that's why my primary holster is the Smartcarry. I ALWAYS carry with one in the pipe and are very comfortable with it.
    The Smartcarry adds considerable time to the draw, my gun needs to be ready.
    Point, click, point, click....

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    My EDC is a Taurus PT-111 which is always chambered with the safety on. I personaly have never gotten use to pistols without safeties (not counting revolvers).
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    i carry all my guns with 1 in the pipe in a life or death situation do you think you have time to cock it prolly not !
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    Quote Originally Posted by glock45 View Post
    I carry either a G36 or a G30. I mostly carry in a Smartcarry and sometimes on my hip in a Crossbreed Supertuck. I cannot be made at work so that's why my primary holster is the Smartcarry. I ALWAYS carry with one in the pipe and are very comfortable with it.
    The Smartcarry adds considerable time to the draw, my gun needs to be ready.
    Point, click, point, click....
    Personally, I love your choice of firearms.

    Serious question: have you practiced drawing under attack pressure from the SmartCarry (or the SuperTuck)?

    What is the result? Are you at 1:00 with the SmartCarry or some other position?

    [This is NOT a challenge to your choice, but only an interested question -- no matter what the results, having the firearm is preferable to not having it.]

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