Please see my post in this thread, http://www.defensivecarry.com/vbulle...72-IWB-for-LCP
This is a discussion on IWB Holsters for Ruger LCP Any Experience? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am going to begin carryin a Ruger LCP as a BUG....Any experience with IWB carry/holsters appreciated....
I am going to begin carryin a Ruger LCP as a BUG....Any experience with IWB carry/holsters appreciated.
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I have the crossbreed for mine, it's fabulous dah-ling. Seriously. Holds it tight against you, retains like a clamp, draws like silk.
I carry mine in a Desantis LH (I'm right handed but carry it as a BUG in the small of my back) cost about $20 and it has a strong metal clip, never moves no matter what I'm doing.
I can hide a P-3AT (another small firearm) in this... http://www.fist-inc.com/holsters/holster/41.htm
Worn over the kidney, it disappears and is quite comfortable. A 'palm out' draw makes retrieval very easy.
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I have a Galco Stow and Go for the LCP (cabelas).
People have said that they are crap here in the past, and maybe by certain standards yes. But they are inexpensive and work for occasional carry. It rides pretty high on the waistband and conceals easily. And it passes the "can you use the restroom without the gun falling out" test.
No regrets with that one.
Crossbreed MiniTuck is perfect for the Ruger LCP. Have you considered a pocket holster as well?