Position for IWB?

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    I'm the odd man out again, 1100-1200, fastened (sp?) in a holster, and bandit style - as opposed to attached to the britches/belt. For me, it's the most comfortable, and hides the best.

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    What is "bandit style"? I'm picturing a lasso or something. Maybe some conchos...but with no belt? Or does it attach to your drawers?

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    Just stuffed inside the waist band.

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    IWB Strong side R 3:30 - 4:00 position
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    iwb at 3:00 canted forwward has been the most comfortable so far.

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    Post Carry Position

    I carry my G26 in a Fist K4A holster at about 8 o'clock (I shoot left-handed). The Fist holster is adjustable for cant and I have it set at about 5˚ forward cant. Id have more cant, but if I do the J-hook presses on the magazine release and drops my magazine (one of the disadvantages of shooting lefty.)
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    I wear mine at 3:00 and cover a full size m&p40 easily. If you wear against the skin you can put a layer of mole skin on back to soften feel.
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    Been experimenting with my cz75. So far the most comfortable and most well hidden is between 9:00 and 10:00 (left handed) With about a 15-20 degree cant. Problem is that the thumb break prints more than the gun itself though.
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