How much difference does it really make?

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    When I got to work I went online and ordered an ankle holster for the LC9.
    I'm gonna have to ask if ordering gun stuff from a work computer or even reading DC threads at work is a good idea since they have IT people that work on them and if you work for an ANTI Company and an IT guy sees you were looking at ankle holsters it could get you in deep doo doo.
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    Ruger LCR with the boot grip is your solution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dukalmighty View Post
    I'm gonna have to ask if ordering gun stuff from a work computer or even reading DC threads at work is a good idea since they have IT people that work on them and if you work for an ANTI Company and an IT guy sees you were looking at ankle holsters it could get you in deep doo doo.
    Thanks for your concern. I work in IT and any requests for the internet history of a user goes through me! I manage all the network security systems (as well as other systems) at my employer. Where I work we don't filter the internet, and don't look at an employee's internet history unless there is an investigation because of either illegal activity, you get caught surfing porn by somebody looking over your shoulder, or you aren't getting your work done.

    My company does have a no weapons policy. The funny thing is they created the policy after me and some other guys in the IT department posted pictures of our lunchtime trip to the local shooting range on Facebook and coworkers on our friends list saw it. At least we can still keep our guns in the car. Guns are allowed in the parking garage, just can't be carried inside.
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    Just get a Smartcarry for deep concealment, I have one that holds my 642, XDM, PM9, MK9, or P22 so it's very versatile and I don't have to sacrifice power going to a small .380

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chesafreak View Post
    Tthey created the policy after me and some other guys in the IT department posted pictures of our lunchtime trip to the local shooting range on Facebook
    Hopefully you learned your lesson and deleted your facebook accounts.

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    Cargo pants/shorts are a huge help with pistols---I find that some types of cargo pants also have main pockets big enough for my Kahr CW9.

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    BigDude, I hope you are around when I'm ducking for cover. You can give 'em five while I reload.

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