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Concealed Carry Methods

This is a discussion on Concealed Carry Methods within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Good post rickman and clipse. Iíve formerly posted here on my use of the smartcarry and alternate ways of using it so I wonít bore ...

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    Good post rickman and clipse.

    Iíve formerly posted here on my use of the smartcarry and alternate ways of using it so I wonít bore you all with the details. However, If anyone wants to check the smartcarry website you will see that the proper way to draw from a smartcarry leaves your finger well away from the trigger until you are in a shooting position. Iíd never use any holster or carry method that I was not comfortable with. As far as concealability I can strap on the smartcarry and carry my 3Ē SP with nothing else on but swimtrunks and nobody knows Iím carrying.
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    Almost anything can be made to work with the right effort.

    Just to see if it\'s feasible, I carried a .44 Desert Eagle around for a few weeks in a IWB holster. Sure, I\'m 6\'8\" - but the holster would have worked for anyone who can carry a full-sized 1911, which is in my experience, just about anybody who works at it.

    The look on the local detective\'s face was priceless as I illustrated that anything in the store was in fact carryable with work. :)

    The thing is that most guns built on medium sized frames or larger aren\'t much different in the handgun department. My Sig 226 is only 1/2\" different than a \"compact\" 228, and as long as a full-sized Glock longslide. My Desert Eagle only adds an inch or so in grip and OAL.

    Individual folks will have differences based on holster + gun + body size and type where that 1/8\" here or there just isn\'t going to work - I found that the 1911\'s cocked hammer was uncomfortable after a 24 hour emergency service call for a client, whereas I can do the Sig until I can\'t stand.

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