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IWB carry when driving

This is a discussion on IWB carry when driving within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by beararms I've been trying to IWB carry my LCP in a Remora while driving. I have it at about 4:30, but find ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by beararms View Post
    I've been trying to IWB carry my LCP in a Remora while driving. I have it at about 4:30, but find it fairly uncomfortable and always pull it out and put it back on when I get out.

    How do you folks manage?
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    I'd look at these from N82 Tactical. . Really comfortable.

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    I've carried a CZ P-01 9mm for years at 3-4 o'clock position with a decent IWB with ~20 forward cant. At 3-ish, it rides reasonably easily in the car. IMO, the cant helps tremendously. Of course, the CZ P-01 isn't exactly a skinny or short thing, so it's probably at the upper limit of anything I'd want to carry in that fashion IWB in the car. For longer trips, I've got a cross-draw "driving" holster, similar to what retsupt99 does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccw9mm View Post
    I've carried a CZ P-01 9mm for years at 3-4 o'clock position with a decent IWB with ~20 forward cant. At 3-ish, it rides reasonably easily in the car. IMO, the cant helps tremendously. Of course, the CZ P-01 isn't exactly a skinny or short thing, so it's probably at the upper limit of anything I'd want to carry in that fashion IWB in the car. For longer trips, I've got a cross-draw "driving" holster, similar to what retsupt99 does.
    Man, I love my p-01 - wish I could of found a comfortable way to carry it. Props to you for carring it for years, I couldn't do it.
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    Sounds like your carrying a bit to far back. This puts the grip more between you and the seat. I carry my G26 at 3:30 and a barely notice it because the grip run along my body but not really between my back and the seat. My G19 is less comfortable to carry when driving which I assume is because of the longer grip.
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    A lot of students ask this ?,I recommend a cross draw rig if you are able,if not I will tell them to get a vehicle mounted holster,don't just shove it in the seat or under something.

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    I normally wear a P238 in a N82 IWB at about 2:30. While driving, I'll often relocate it to the 10:30 position as a cross-draw. Very comfortable, less obstructed by seat belts and conveniently placed for deployment against driver-side threats.
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    I like this with an Uncle Mike's pocket holster. If I have a passenger, I move it to the driver's seat.
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    I usually carry my PM9 at about 8:00 in a Remora ( I am a lefty). It's not bad for short drives, but for longer drives, I move it to 1:00. One of the things I really like about the Remora is the abilty to adjust the position

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    I also have an LCP with a Ramora which I carry at the 2:00 position. Not comfortable at all while sitting but with all this warm weather we are having it is the only rig that works for me right now. I really don't like IWB on anything but with draw string shorts and a t-shirt the LCP is the only one that works. I rather have it a little uncomfortable than not have her with me.
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    I carry tucked for all my IWB holsters and a south paw to boot so I gave up on trying to use my tucked gun for car carry on the drivers side. I got a Kinston car holster from DeSantis and a second CZ-75 to carry as a car gun and just leave my tucked gun tucked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glockrocker View Post
    ...I recommend a cross draw rig if you are able,...
    If you decide to go this route, look at the DeSantis Sky Cop (OWB).

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    When driving, I can wear my m&p 9c at around 3:15; I just have to push the butt of the gun forward a little bit.

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    Since Summer I have the LC9 almost 4 IWB not a problem but I drive a truck. If I carry my G19 and wear a shirt untucked I use a belt slide and push it forward and when I get out of the truck push it back around 4.

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