Recommendations For Concealed Carry While Running

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    Recommendations For Concealed Carry While Running

    I would appreciate it,if someone can recommend a sports pack to hold my revolver while I run at local parks

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    I carry mine in an ACE bellyband but if you're looking for a pack, Camelbak makes a CCW fanny pack.

    http://www.lapolicegear.com/camelbakgoblin.html

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    Thanks for the info about Camelbak appreiciate it.

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    A Camelback sounds like a great idea....just make sure nothing else in the same pocket as the gun, so the trigger is neither blocked or accidentally engaged by other items sharing space with the gun.

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    Galco/elite holster[fanny pac]

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    Quote Originally Posted by symr00 View Post
    I carry mine in an ACE bellyband but if you're looking for a pack, Camelbak makes a CCW fanny pack.

    http://www.lapolicegear.com/camelbakgoblin.html
    and the Camelback doesn't scream GUN! like most CCW fanny packs.
    Last edited by JKFrost68; October 22nd, 2006 at 09:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by srfl View Post
    A Camelback sounds like a great idea....just make sure nothing else in the same pocket as the gun, so the trigger is neither blocked or accidentally engaged by other items sharing space with the gun.
    This one actually has a holster built-in; it's a ccw-specific fanny pack.

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    If you get a fanny pack that is the typical gun fanny pack. Check the zipper position every so often. I was running one night, and heard a strange noise. Looked back, and my SP101 was on the pavement. Lucky for me no one was around to see it.

    I found if you keep it some what tight against your body, it less of a tendency to unzip its self.
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    If you have a gun you don't need to run.

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    Thunderwear and a Baby Glock?
    ALWAYS carry! - NEVER tell!

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    I use SmartCarry with a "baby Glock" (model 26). I'm too damn old to run, but I think it may work. The only concern I would have would be chafing against the inner/upper thighs.

    My initial thought was a belly band, worn up under the armpit in a crossdraw location. I think it would be secure and minimize the amount of jolting around and potential risk of losing retention.
    "It's a big gun when I carry it, it is also a big gun when I take it out” – Clint Smith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thumper View Post
    Thunderwear and a Baby Glock?
    +1, This is exactly what I wear in shorts and T-shirt when i go walking and/or jogging. Works fine.

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