Plenty of guys run a H&K P30 AIWB. The grip is on the bigger size, so it will conceal better with a purpose built appendix holster with some type of grip tucking wedge design.
This is a discussion on aiwb holster question within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Is the HK P-30 to big for an appendix iwb holster? Wondering about sitting positions. Not sure which direction to go. I like having it ...
Is the HK P-30 to big for an appendix iwb holster? Wondering about sitting positions. Not sure which direction to go. I like having it in front but if that doesn't work i can go with the standard iwb, or purchase another handgun. Also I would like to get your opinions on crossbreed holsters and comp-tac holsters.
I currently carry a .40 cal S&W with a 4" barrel in a Theis single clip holster AIWB, but I'm thinking of getting one of these..."Cover Up" IWB | Custom IWB Holsters | Tucker Gun Leather
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I've been pretty happy with my xds in an incog (http://www.tacticalholsters.com/product/INC/INCOG.html).
I have a crossbreed appendix for my xdm compact. Pretty comfortable, but not as secure as the incog due to single clip on the CB
Its a 3speed Holster with a Ruger SR40C. I wear it at 2:00. I find this is a great holster because i can sit in car and access my firearm if needed (Even in a seatbelt) with the 9 round magazine it's practically invisible, with the 15 only a slight whale tail. Though my firearm has a 3.5" barrel, I think I could easily CC AIWB a mid sized 4" firearm.