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This is a discussion on Holsters within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally posted by APachon Bumper, this is in no way an advertisement. I apologize if it comes across as such. I happen to use this ...

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    Originally posted by APachon
    Bumper, this is in no way an advertisement. I apologize if it comes across as such. I happen to use this rig and love it. If I offended you in anyway I apologize. For those of you reading this, I am being proactive as neither a pm nor an im were sent by Bumper but being this is my first day here, I did not want to violate any rules.

    ~Andy
    Not a problem Scott. Your post was right on topic. Actually, I was intrigued with the holster when you mentioned it in the other post. I visited the Blackhawk website and was impressed with the design and features of the holster. I like it. :)


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    I use an Ace Case brand bellyband holster. Instead of around the belly, I wear it lower around the hips. It hides my gun like magic, and it\'s easy (and silent) to draw from. In the summertime, all I have to do is suck in my belly once in a while to let in some air so it doesn\'t really get hot and sweaty. Retention is decent, but one-handed reholstering is difficult. (The latter really doesn\'t matter, because if I\'m reholstering, the threat is over and I can use my other hand.)


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    alternative caption for bettys picture:

    solving the mystery of bettys disappearing ass. :P

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    .......backing away slowly so as not to hinder Ms. Betty\'s line of fire....... :O

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    hehehheheeh....if the serendipitous (wth does that word mean anyways??) betty wasnt averse to temperatures less than 50 degrees F, i\'d be worried.

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    Nah, it\'s okay. Spiff and I trade jabs everywhere online, all in good humor. I have a better \"ass shot\" somewhere in my directory. :P

    But just for that Spiff, you\'re not getting the new desktop pic of me and my new AR. Ha!

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    oddly enough, no one seems to notice that when betty sits down, she seems to tilt to the left just a bit.

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    A gun on the other side evens me out. :P

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    did you check out the little video they have on their website Bumper???

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    Originally posted by Bumper



    ~Andy
    Not a problem Scott. Your post was right on topic. Actually, I was intrigued with the holster when you mentioned it in the other post. I visited the Blackhawk website and was impressed with the design and features of the holster. I like it. :) [/quote]

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    For the vast majority of activities in the urban setting, I prefer and exclusively use IWB holsters, right now a BladeTech for my HK USP.

    For hiking and outdoor excursions, I prefer a sturdy Fobus OWB belt holster.

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    [quote]Originally posted by APachon
    did you check out the little video they have on their website Bumper???

    ~A[quote]

    Yeah, I watched it a couple of times. I like it when they post vids like that so you can get a good idea how it works.

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    Originally posted by SGeringer
    For the vast majority of activities in the urban setting, I prefer and exclusively use IWB holsters, right now a BladeTech for my HK USP.

    For hiking and outdoor excursions, I prefer a sturdy Fobus OWB belt holster.
    I agree but I have no belt holster for either of my 1911\'s for some reason (must be an oversight on my part). There are a few occasions where I like to wear a belt holster.

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    I dont have any IWB holsters yet, I have a Tom Givens Rangemaster from C Rusty Sherrick for my FN Five seveN and a Fobus Yacqui paddle for my springfield 1911. Heres a pic of the rig from Rusty Sherrick...



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    Hey Betty could you open a school.....

    It could be named \"Betty\'s finishing school for northern liberal girls\"

    All of us \"Northern Rebels\" would gladly pay you to teach our \"fine\" ladies a few things about guns, knives and self defense.

    All joking aside....Gawd dang I wish more northern ladies could be like you!

    Sorry for taking the thread away from the original.

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    I carry a Para 14-45 Fullsize in a DeSantis IWB, as long as I use a GOOD belt, it\'s a very comfortable rig. Put on a cheap belt, and everything sags on that side, and I walk in big circles.

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