P3-AT/P-11/PF-9 belt clip pics

P3-AT/P-11/PF-9 belt clip pics

This is a discussion on P3-AT/P-11/PF-9 belt clip pics within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Does anyone have a picture of the above gun being carried on their person? I just can't see how the gun would be completely concealed ...

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    P3-AT/P-11/PF-9 belt clip pics

    Does anyone have a picture of the above gun being carried on their person? I just can't see how the gun would be completely concealed with this method.
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    No picture, but for me a t-shirt or (if going formal) a Hawaiian shirt hides it well. It's very comfortable for summer!
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    I removed the clip from my P11 when I got it. I like a holster that covers the trigger my self.
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    I use on on my P32 daily. It hides as well as a pocket knife with such a clip.

    Sorry, I dont have a pic.
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    Here ya go, I like others hardly ever carry it this way. But I do find it grabs the nemesis pocket holster a little bit extra, which I like (not enough to pull the holster out of the pocket).


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    Mine sinks even lower than that if I put the clip between the belt and pants.
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    Like Sixto, I carry mine with the clip between the belt and pants. All that's visable is the tip of the clip where in extends below the bottom of the belt. It's good to go without cover.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Mine sinks even lower than that if I put the clip between the belt and pants.
    yes, i also carry mine clipped on the pants, not over the belt. the belt covers the clip and it is hard to see the gun. hard to beat the belt clip.
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    I've tried it that way too, and yes it conceals really well, but trying to pull it out is a real female dog.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueyedevil View Post
    I've tried it that way too, and yes it conceals really well, but trying to pull it out is a real female dog.
    On the draw, use the first two fingers of the support hand to push up on the end of the barrel/slide. At he same time hook the grip with the thumb of the strong hand and pull up until the pistol is high enough to get a shooting grip. Still not a fast presentation, but quicker than you would imagine. A draw from deep concealment is best acomplished durring a distraction or a moment of opportunity. I carry mine on the support side, as it is mostly carried for backup.

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    Over the pants, under the belt!!!

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    I Don't Like The Belt Clips...

    Seems a bit more difficult than retrieving from a good pocked holster.
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    First pic is where I prefer to keep my P32.
    Second is crossdraw, can be lowered about 1/4 inch, I left it higher so you could see it.

    Neither prints enough to bother me, the clip looks like a knife or is just plain overlooked. I usually have a second T.Shirt or shirt over it anyway.
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