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CCW jeans

This is a discussion on CCW jeans within the Defensive Carry Holsters & Carry Options forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Has anyone ever used the CCW jeans with the built in pocket?? How is the cut on them, are they sized big, small? I am ...

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    CCW jeans

    Has anyone ever used the CCW jeans with the built in pocket?? How is the cut on them, are they sized big, small? I am really interested in these, but 75.00 a piece is alot for pants.


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    Where did you see these jeans? I'm curious...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrtyHarry View Post
    Where did you see these jeans? I'm curious...
    check out Magills.com. they have all types of concealed clothing. I'm looking to get the jeans and the jacket
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    Here's the link to the web page. The jeans are called "TOTERS"

    http://www.totersjeans.com/

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    On the bottom right hand video that shows how these jeans hold a Seecamp or NAA, I saw some very bad gun handling. The guy actually loops his finger into the trigger guard and spins the pistol out of his pocket. Very weird coming from a company who should know about proper firearm handling-If for no other reason than because of the type of business they are in.
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    Having never actually touches a pair of these jeans, it looks to me that the sidearm can be pushed out of the pocket when you sit down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paramedic70002 View Post
    Having never actually touches a pair of these jeans, it looks to me that the sidearm can be pushed out of the pocket when you sit down.
    I did not like what I saw on the web, either
    Last edited by nn; December 29th, 2006 at 08:42 AM.

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    CCW Jeans

    To paraphrase Colonel Cooper,

    " An ingenious solution to a non-existant problem".


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    Just roll to your rifle and blow out your brains,
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    I think I'd rather put $75 towards the purchase of a quality holster.
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    That is possibly the worst product I've ever seen.

    Buy a belt and holster, and all of your jeans become CCW jeans!
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    75.00 bucks?

    These seem very over-priced.My wife could sew a pocket like this in my jeans.I agree the large gun does not look secure.

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    OK then, I will pass on these

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    There is also Bullet 50 jeans (website is the name), supposedly made by a plainclothes LASD officer for plainclothes work. Pants have a holster, ASP pouch, handcuffpouch built into them. US Cavalry carries them as well....
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    These are a better option but I still don't think I'd buy them: http://www.gunpants.com/
    They offer them in navy, black, and khaki as well. Kind of looks like tactical Gucci to me but...

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    As For Me And My Guns...

    We'll stick with the holster route...comfortable...dependable...and works every time...

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