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This is a discussion on Looking for a low appendix carry holster for P238 or similar pocket gun within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I took my gf gun shopping and she decided she wants a P238. She had to choose the most damn expensive pocket pistol, but oh ...
I took my gf gun shopping and she decided she wants a P238. She had to choose the most damn expensive pocket pistol, but oh well... she didn't like DA triggers on the other pistols. I love the P238 myself as well, but I'm a lefty, so it's very awkard for me to manipulate the safeties...
well, that being said her favorite area to carry was appendix (11 o'clock)
she didn't like to carry the pistol so high. she liked hiding most of the grip as well. with tighter fitting clothing, the grip prints a bit, so it hides much better with the grip hidden as well.
so any low carry appendix holsters there? I've been looking, but can't find any. all sit too high for easy grip access
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That doesn't hide the grip like I wanted to. But maybe it would work?
P238 and pf9 (which isneven thinner) might hide pretty well?
I carry a Diamondback .380 in a HighNoon Mr. Softy in a 1 O'Clock appendix posistion and am very pleased with it. I also carry an SP-101 in a Mr. Softy with the same posistive results. Good concealment and good comfort. My Glocks are carried in a Public Secret Highnoon holster same appendix posistion. You need to have enough grip showing to be able to get a good purchase on the firearm when drawing.
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