What am I carrying and where?

This is a discussion on What am I carrying and where? within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by tns0038 The bad news is everyone who wears their shirt untucked (especially a T-Shirt) bring more attention to themselves. haha maybe if ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tns0038 View Post
    The bad news is everyone who wears their shirt untucked (especially a T-Shirt) bring more attention to themselves.
    haha maybe if you're at church or in a retirement community. nobody around here under the age of 50 tucks in a t-shirt :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrhutch View Post
    haha maybe if you're at church or in a retirement community. nobody around here under the age of 50 tucks in a t-shirt :P
    I agree. You would look out of place around here with your shirt tuck in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrhutch View Post
    haha maybe if you're at church or in a retirement community. nobody around here under the age of 50 tucks in a t-shirt :P
    Well, I worked undercover for many years, and part of the trained was to look a room over when entering to size up “who’s armed”. And anyone with a T-shirt untucked was a possible.

    That way if things went “south” you knew where your possible threats would be coming from.

    But, I’ll have to agree that training as back in the 90’s and things have changed.

    And yap... I'm over 50

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    Ok who's going to post the next picture so everyone can guess? Oh, alright I'll do it...but here are 4 pics for a 360 degree view.



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    Medium sized semi auto, crossbreed supertuck or the like holster right side IWB about 3:00 to 3:15. And another semi auto in your front right pocket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joleary223 View Post
    Medium sized semi auto, crossbreed supertuck or the like holster right side IWB about 3:00 to 3:15. And another semi auto in your front right pocket.
    Good call. I carry closer to 4:00, but you were right on otherwise.
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    Only because I carry IWB at 3:00 to 4:00 and when I go to work I can't carry so I pocket my 1911 until I get to the truck.
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    Good spot on that one, I missed the front pocket and concentrated on the 3:00 tuckable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Van55 View Post
    Close enough to be a winner. It's a Ruger LCP in a DeSantis Nemesis pocket holster.
    I had glanced in from time to time on this thread and hoping you were carrying a full size 1911 or something just as big.

    Van55, can you show us the holster and gun?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ev239 View Post
    Good call. I carry closer to 4:00, but you were right on otherwise.
    Good concealment. And the small lump in your right front pocket could have been a wad of keys or anything... still a smaller lump than my snubby. I don't think anyone would notice... except joleary223.

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    OK I am saying the Kahr in a tuckable IWB with V-clips, and the Sig in a Smart cary/Thunderwear rig. Either that or your right hip has a massive growth, and you really like the photographer.




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    Cheetos.... stuck down the back of your shorts!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ev239 View Post
    Good call. I carry closer to 4:00, but you were right on otherwise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr surveyor View Post
    that was my guess too
    My guess too and they thought we weren't observant
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    M-1A in smart carry!
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