OWB cc for 2" taurus

OWB cc for 2" taurus

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    Question OWB cc for 2" taurus

    Can a 2" snubby be concealed in a OWB belt holster with just a t shirt or loose button down for cover?I would like to carry behind the right hip.Any thoughts or brands for this use?
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    Folks around here (CC only) do that all the time. It's a little risky with a t shirt, IMHO, but works fine with a button down.

    I still prefer a canted IWB (worn @ 4:30) for a little extra margin of concealment.
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    Yes, I wear my Smith "J" frame OWB 4:30 all the time. I suppose if a "T" were long enough. Revolvers seem to be more comfortable OWB as a cylinder protrudes into my hip more with IWB carry. IMHO.

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    Easily concealed with this... FIST, INC.
    I have two of these and the #12 Basic (see the one with a Glock in it) easily conceals either my Glock-36 or my Glock-26...conceals as well as any of my IWB's.
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    Thanks for the tips so far y'all.I just took a look at a Bianchi #5 black widow.And
    another member suggested sideguard holsters also.Keep the tips comin!!
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    Sure can. Couple of tips - get a t-shirt 1 size larger than your normal size, so it's a loose fit around your waist, and - avoid white and other light colors. Dark colors won't show shadows which are what reveal the outline of your gun.
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    Thumbs up

    Thanks on the shirt color,most of my t's are dark.
    I just spotted a galco belt holster called the stinger that pulls the
    gun in close and secure,may be a choice.
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    Yep.

    Are you right handed or left handed?
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    I'm with retsupt99!
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    Right handed
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    Oh, I have a OWB holster for a snub nose but its for lefty's
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    Thanks for the thought Knightrider but maybe it would work for small of the back carry.
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    I bookmarked the bianki and the fist............

    I have a Taurus Model 94 and a Taurus Model 85.....both two inch snubbies.

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    Hey CrankinNM, maybe you can clear something up for me.I just bid on a Taurus model 85 and the seller is saying the bbl length is 2 1/4"? I thought they all were 2"
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    My factory Box says 2" 38 spec 5 shot........

    So with either of these two holsters do you have to disarm to drive a car?

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