I rode my mountain bike on a bike ride with my kids yesterday for about an hour. The PT-One holster was very comfortable and worked great while riding and kept all the sweat off my gun too.
This is a discussion on What holster is best for jogging wife within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I like the Kangaroo Carry also. I use it often here in Ga. when it is really hot and I need to dress business casual ...
I like the Kangaroo Carry also. I use it often here in Ga. when it is really hot and I need to dress business casual with shirt tucked in. It will not keep the sweat off the gun since it is make out of cotton, but it rides very well and is comfortable. I use mine with a G26. IMHO the Kangaroo Carry is not made for a runner or jogger because of the sweat issue.
I'm gonna get the PT-2 to go with her S&W 642 she getting for her birthday
she's been looking for something to carry while jogging/hiking, this might be the ticket
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My wife is getting her CCW permit. I like the PT-1 or 2 for her... She might actually use it.
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I use thunderwear when jogging. It works well for me. I used a fanny pack once when I first started carrying. Big mistake....as I rounded the corner of the track, the velcro came open and I watched my model 60 skip across the ground. The only damage was minor scratches to the barrel and cylinder.
Thunderwear does not work well for the rest of my workouts; weightlifting, hitting the heavy bag and plyometrics. I wonder if the PT-1 would work well during these other activities. My concern is that, after watching the video, it appears that it may be difficult to get a good combat grip on the firearm.
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Smartcarry also works well for this with a smal gun.
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