Cane & Derby PIC (Practical Internal Carry) System Kydex Holster
I just purchased the Cane & Derby PIC (Practical Internal Carry) System Kydex Holster from their website.
Cane and Derby PIC System Kydex Holster from Cane and Derby (CDI)
I've been carrying appendix for quite sometime now in a High Noon "Mr. Softy" and have become sold on the position. I can carry my Glock 19 in just a t-shirt and shorts without anyone being the wiser.
The Mr. Softy is a low profile holster and doesn't offer a full "combat grip" on the pistol. The low profile aspect is great for concealability, but requires that you essentially have to dig the pistol out during the draw.
Many people offer the higher riding appendix holsters, including High Noon. However, what sold me on the Cane & Derby was the "handle tucking" design that holds the pistol at a slight angle tucking the butt of the handle into your body offering more concealment.
I was also eyeing the CCC (Concealed Carry Concepts) Shaggy which is very similar, but they can't seem to reliably keep their product in stock.
Anyone have any experience with this holster, or ones similar?
Re: Cane & Derby PIC (Practical Internal Carry) System Kydex Holster
I'd like to know more about this holster and how it performs. I looked at that holster a good amount before buying an archangel. I knew from reviews I'd read that the archangel is a winner. However if the cane and derby grip tucking setup works well, I'd probably give one a try.
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