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This is a discussion on Kahr concealed carry for running/jogging within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have a 5.11 holster shirt that a wear when I run. Its made of stretchy/tight under armor type material and has a padded pocket ...

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    I have a 5.11 holster shirt that a wear when I run. Its made of stretchy/tight under armor type material and has a padded pocket under each arm with a velcro closure. Its very secure. I carry my LC9 under one arm and my iphone under the other arm.


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    I wear a CM9 in a Smartcarry while running/lifting without a problem.
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    I run with my LCP in a neoprene runner's fanny pack. Works great. It's in a leather pocket holster. If it's raining I put a grocery bag around it inside the fanny pack.

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    You might take a look at these holsters. They are designed for runners, joggers and athletic activities. I've been told some Secret Service agents wear them when out jogging with the Pres.

    Pistol Wear-Holsters for Concealment
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    You might also look at this one from Elite Survival Systems, although you may find it to be too bulky.

    Executive Protection Waistband Holster
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    As sort of a summary...

    Wear something that holds the firearm tightly to your body - anything bigger than a pound (loaded?) is probably too heavy. Be aware of sweat/rust, practice deploying -during- your run. Go to a secluded area on your jog, stop, take a knee, pull and deploy (finger off trigger). Time it (one-thousand-one, etc.). If you have problems deploying and getting front sight up in more than 3-5 seconds you need more work.

    Take an item that weighs the same, and randomly have your partner tell you to 'deploy'...or every time you see a dog running by, stop take a knee, deploy your cell-phone, or camera from your point of concealment (fanny pack, under arm 5.11 shirt, holster) and see if you can get the dog's picture - IOW play with it in a safe but realistic manner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speculator View Post
    As sort of a summary...

    Wear something that holds the firearm tightly to your body - anything bigger than a pound (loaded?) is probably too heavy........


    FYI IIRC the Kahr Cm9/PM9 loaded 6+1 weigh in at around 20 ounces. You may have to go with a 380acp gun like the LCP, TCP, BG380, DB380, P3AT, etc. which weigh in fully loaded under 16 ounces. Probably more like 13-14 ounces. God Bless

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    Real runners carry bows and arrows anyway so whatever...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speculator View Post
    As sort of a summary...

    Wear something that holds the firearm tightly to your body - anything bigger than a pound (loaded?) is probably too heavy. Be aware of sweat/rust, practice deploying -during- your run. Go to a secluded area on your jog, stop, take a knee, pull and deploy (finger off trigger). Time it (one-thousand-one, etc.). If you have problems deploying and getting front sight up in more than 3-5 seconds you need more work.

    Take an item that weighs the same, and randomly have your partner tell you to 'deploy'...or every time you see a dog running by, stop take a knee, deploy your cell-phone, or camera from your point of concealment (fanny pack, under arm 5.11 shirt, holster) and see if you can get the dog's picture - IOW play with it in a safe but realistic manner.
    You are kidding, right?

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    I had to find a happy medium since I love both running and carrying my firearm. A company called Bulldog makes a fanny pack holster. To me fanny packs are a little girly looking but it works and it does not affect my workout, and Chuck Norris wears them so they have to be cool. Weight is not too big of a factor with this system unless you CC a barret. You can google bulldog fanny pack and it is the first link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by All_Business View Post
    I had to find a happy medium since I love both running and carrying my firearm. ...
    Love is cheap these days. Sorry I can't be there with some water and ammo for you at the finish.

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    Ran today with a Glock 30 in a Remora 11ART-RFT. Carried it IWB 4:00 using only the drawstring of my gym shorts for support. No problems at all. Was impressed though -- did it as a test. Previously (before discovering Remora) used Kahr PM40 in Crossbreed Supertuck (again, usually just drawstrings -- occasionally with an Uncle Mikes inner duty belt).

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    I too have carried a Kahr CW9 in a very old belly-band holster---this worked quite well for hiking/walking---I am not a runner and do not wear tight fitting running clothes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bark'n View Post
    You might take a look at these holsters. They are designed for runners, joggers and athletic activities. I've been told some Secret Service agents wear them when out jogging with the Pres.

    Pistol Wear-Holsters for Concealment
    .

    You might also look at this one from Elite Survival Systems, although you may find it to be too bulky.

    Executive Protection Waistband Holster
    Thank you for the links.
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    There's always something like this. I never run without compression shorts.

    *be aware.. these are sort-of underwear pics**

    http://www.undertechundercover.com

    I would much rather the pocket be on the thigh though.

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