This is a discussion on Thunderwear! Are YOU wearin'? within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by swiftyjuan I have Thunderwear, and tried it ...once. Then I remembered the old safety slogan "Never point a gun at something you ...
this thread is just too funny.....as the the holster...im sure it works for its purpose.....will i use it? no. just dont like anything digging into anything.
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Slightly useed?! Man, looks like somethin's been attackin' that thunderwear from behind!!
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Why so SERIOUS?
Dang that looks like a bullet "wound" in those thunderwear!
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For you thunderwear supporters, I'm curious, are you able to sit down with no problem? Is it tight fitting or does it bang against your junks? lol I'm being serious. I was actually thinking about this for deep concealment for work.
I use smartcarry with SW340pd, with the muzzle at about 11 O'Clock. I use it for deep concealment when I simply can not be made. Weddings, funerals, that type of thing. It is without a doubt the most comfortable way I carry this little pistol. I also use it, when wearing a belt is not an option. During the summer, T-shirt, swim trunks or sweat shorts, ultra casual stuff it works absolutely great. It uses a large Velcro belt, which is attached to the holster via a heavy duty elastic type material. So, if your active, sitting down etc, it stretches enough to be very comfortable. I've used it bike riding, horseshoe tournaments, jogging etc. Last year, I was invited on my friends boat. We ended up anchoring at a local hangout, so I was forced to leave it on under my trunks and jump in. Of course I was very carefully, not to be too active in the water, just waiding around etc. Kind of neat to know I was packing, in the water, with only swim shorts on. I was in the water for about 2 hours. Once home, I had to see if the gun fired. Boom, all 5 rounds of 357 mag went off fine. This is great holster to have in your holster box. Also I would like to remind everyone, it is machine washable..
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You definately don't want skin tight jeans on. Dockers are ideal for me!
On the flip side, I do have an order in to Lou Alessi for one of his ankle holsters. I like to have as many options as I can and the Glock will be used as a BUG the rest of the week.
OH! One more thing! I have the one that has an additional pocket for cash, ID or whatever. Even with no gun it is usable for travel as a safe stash for your loot!
Last edited by Thumper; October 19th, 2006 at 10:55 AM.
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I have been thinking about getting a smart carry or thunderwear for conceal carry at work or other places that a IWB will not work. The only prob with conceal carry is that i am 6'3" and weigh 135 lbs.